Mayor Adams appointed Jeffrey Garcia as executive director Office of Nightlife, now at its new home at the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS). Mayor Adams announced actions to support small businesses via his "Small Business Forward" initiative, better connect nightlife establishments to SBS resources, and reduce financial burdens on local businesses
The City of New York recognizes that many workers have been impacted by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. We want to ensure that all those impacted have access to support services during this time. MOME has hosted free webinars to provide information and access to available resources, and included this list of government and community resources.
Mayor Adams convened the city's first-ever Live Performance Industry Council meeting, where leaders in live performance & government gathered to address challenges facing the live performance industry. The 52-member council will develop strategies to drive inclusive growth in the sector, support New York City's creative economy, and ensure the industry recovers beyond pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
A big shout-out to hip-hop legend Ralph McDaniels on the 40th anniversary of Video Music Box! Here are just a few reasons why this hip-hop legend loves NYC!
Rediscover your favorite bookstores throughout the five boroughs. Check out a list of shops at NYC.gov/NYCBookstores and stop by, show love, and shop your city.
Providing finishing grants up to $50,000 for TV/film/theatre/digital/music projects about/by women!
Committing to making NYC a global hub for game development & the digital games industry.
Celebrating the most diverse music scene in the world, in partnership with NY is Music.