Irish Music Is Back In The Bronx This Summer Because It Never Left

Last year’s drum-beaten ‘death’ of New York is giving way to reopening fits and starts. Amid continuing doubts about fall school openings, bottomed-out rents, posh retail vacancies, folding landmarks, skyrocketing crime, and the exodus of Bright Young Things, Mayor Bill De Blasio predicted that ‘this is going to be the summer of New York.’ The Mayor’s Office is leaning into the #SummerOfNYC hashtag on Instagram. ‘Cultural activities are coming back,’ De Blasio remarks. ‘People are going to flock to New York because they want to live again.’ But millions of people have been living in the outer boroughs, keeping the City running this past year, and the cultural life

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