The city that never sleeps is considering new 24-hour entertainment districts that would allow New Yorkers to party all night long.
The NYC Office of Nightlife (ONL), which the city set up to help struggling music venues stay afloat and is led by the city’s first Nightlife Mayor, Ariel Palitz, released its first-ever report this summer, floating ideas like a nightlife museum and funding efforts to soundproof clubs around town. Additional advice includes tips to create programs that seek to support DIY venues and events and the use of underutilized spaces as sites for cultural programming of all sorts.
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