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Nightlife facing crisis in the city that never sleeps
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Nightlife facing crisis in the city that never sleeps

Published: July 12, 2020  |  7 min read, 1418 words
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NEW YORK — New York City has long been a place that comes alive after dark.But as the coronavirus pandemic places an indefinite hold on any kind of indoor crowd, hundreds of nightclubs, music venues, performance spaces and swaths of Broadway itself are at risk of vanishing — bringing down with them one of the central pillars of the city’s economy.AdvertisementThe city gradually started reopening in recent weeks but pressed pause as the coronavirus surges throughout the U.S. — despite New York’s recent success in keeping new infections low. Owners and industry leaders say the finances of... READ MORE
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