Looking for cheap Broadway seats in NYC? (Image: Pixabay) Whether you are in New York City for a business trip or a long weekend, seeing a live performance on (or off) Broadway is always a highlight. But getting tickets to the shows you want to see requires a lot more time, effort and in many cases, money, than you may have available. [FULL STORY] CONNECT WITH CHRISChris McGinnis is a travel blogger and editor of TravelSkills.com. You can reach Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @cjmcginnis. While you can always hand over show-ticket responsibility to your hotel concierge, you’ll pay top dollar (plus tip!) for that kind of service. But if you’d like to
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By Chris McGinnis - Sunday Aug 27, 2017
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By Michael Riedel - Thursday Aug 31, 2017
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By WINNIE HU - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
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- NYC's long war on storefront porn reaches new tipping point
By VERENA DOBNIK, Associated Press - Sunday Aug 6, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — A dwindling number of peep shows, strip clubs and adult DVD stores have survived New York City's two-decade legal war on smut and now, some of the survivors are worried a recent court decision could put them under for good.In June, New York's Court of Appeals reinstated rules dating to 2001 barring any establishment with "live performances characterized by an emphasis on certain specified anatomical areas or specified sexual activities" as well as sexually explicit videos from all but carefully selected city zones.In a statement, the New York City Law Department said it believed the city's approach to regulating the businesses was "reasonable and lawful to protect our quality of life" and were intended to stem "the widespread circumvention of zoning regulations."New York's well-known efforts to clean up its once booming pornography industry began in the mid-1990s, with regulations barring adult businesses from operating near churches or schools and in most commercial and residential neighborhoods.Sex gadgets and steamy videos filled walls and aisles last week, alongside single-occupancy peep booths that are often empty in an age of internet pornography.Outside on West 50th Street, their store sign shines bright next to a boutique hotel, just steps from the Gershwin Theatre, where tourists flock daily to see Broadway's "Wicked."