Even amid the clamor of a city of millions, New Yorkers have always been able to escape into a good book.
“This industry is crucial to our economic and cultural well-being,” said Ariel Palitz of New York City’s Office of Nightlife. “It is our backbone of the city, and without its recovery, the city can’t recover either.” (via @NYTMetro )
The city wants to tear down the site because the building has deteriorated to a point where it can no longer be maintained and redeveloped, the Dayton Daily News has reported.
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57 Officers just quit on their city because justice was given to a 75 year old man.
The problem is not the very talented, low-flying helicopter pilots wanting to save our city, the problem is the arsonists, looters, criminals, and anarchists, wanting to destroy it (and our Country)!