New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio Seeks to Bring City Back From Coronavirus with Interpretive Dance Sessions on the Street

Do you remember when New York City used to be cool?

Mayor Bill de Blasio is seeking to restore the diminished city by staging cultural events that include bizarre interpretive dance sessions on city streets. The Mayor spoke about a city plan to bring back New York City’s cultural life with a series of street performances.

Meanwhile, some performers engaged in a bizarre interpretive dance session.

De Blasio was assailed for the weak destruction as the once-legendary city collapses, incurring the worst outbreak of the Chinese coronavirus in the entire world. Hundreds of thousands of residents have left the city, citing declining quality of life, tolerance for crime, high taxes, riots, and anarcho-tyranny.

The Open Culture program De Blasio is creating will designate 115 street areas for artists to practice their craft. Unfortunately, with levels of violent crime unseen in the city for decades, it’s unlikely that creative talent with more talent than the typical 30-second commercial will practice their craft in the beleaguered city.

Wildlife enthusiast and MMA podcaster Joe Rogan expressed his surprise with the glib dance party, questioning why De Blasio wants to fund interpretive dance sessions as New Yorkers continue to die from the coronavirus.

Sadly, the era of New York City being a global leader in multiple genres of music, film, and art may be a thing of the past. The essence of the city’s creative expression will conceivably be spent on diversity trainings and critical race theory for the foreseeable future, with freedom of thought to create new forms of free expression deemed “problematic.”


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