Thursday, May 05, 2011

Bopst on the City's dance-hall ordinance

When it comes to nurturing a nightlife scene in town the City of Richmond continues to lurch one step forward and fall two steps back, each time a change is made. This time columnist Chris Bopst is on the money.
In Richmond, Strange Matter, The Camel, Sprout, Cary Street Café, Bogart's, Banditos, The Triple and many other smaller restaurant/bar/venues (including the recently reopened Alley Katz, shut down April 23 for not having a dance-hall permit) are being singled out for running establishments where people may be moved to dance.
Click here to read this week's installment of The Hear & Now at the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I thought this died with the blue laws in the 1970's.