When in March last year, a few days before the celebration of the tenth anniversary of our club, we closed the doors to the public, none of us could have imagined that almost seven months later we would still be closed without seeing another date, because of a ruthless disease called KOVID-19,” – says the local press release. “But because of the pandemic, rising operating costs that didn’t stop even when we closed, and the lack of a clear timetable for safely reopening clubs like ours, we had no choice but to make this heartbreaking decision recently. “You will find an explanation below. U Street Music Hall, the site opened by Jesse Tittsworth and Will Eastman in Washington, D.C., in March 2010, is about to close. Read the article “How independent music centers fight for their existence” on the playground. To read this article, go to “My Profile” and then to “Written Stories. 2020 Condé Nast.
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