The Drifters once sang that “the neon lights are bright on Broadway.” But recently those lights have dimmed a bit as a number of theaters have gone dark on the heels of a union walkout by hundreds of stagehands.Not only has the strike affected the theatrical community, but it also has wrought havoc on many area restaurateurs who rely on the significant restaurant business Broadway provides. Dining rooms in midtown Manhattan have been playing to less-than-standing-room-only crowds since the ...
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