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Learn from the World

Here you will discover news about economic drivers, international trends, public safety priorities, cultural innovations, environmental concerns, workforce issues, socioeconomic shifts, political maneuvers, discriminatory practices and other hot topics of the night.

Some posts will focus on municipalities that employ nighttime advisors or have significant and coordinated nighttime economy advocacy efforts.

Other posts will reflect global trends worth our attention.

Worth Noting

DC Council passed an emergency measure to allow bars, restaurants and breweries in the District to stay open 24 hours a day during the

Almost half of UK's nighttime economy businesses are barely breaking even. As if the COVID pandemic was not enough, UK businesses are facing dramatic

Ravers are finding ways around Kyiv's 11 p.m. wartime curfew. One way has been to rave by daylight. Party on, brothers and sisters.

To launch a new stage in life for the abandoned space, organizers have curated 35 days of events. What was The Harbour City Twin

A group of residents have sued New York City to force an end to the outdoor dining program it implemented in June 2020 to

The Police Service of Northern Ireland manages Operation Makesafe, a project that raises awareness of child sexual exploitation within the hospitality industry.

The Goethe-Institut New York and others invite you to an in-person presentation and panel discussion on sustainable nightlife, Sep. 14, 2022.

A study found that 80% of people feel more included in the metaverse than in real life. What does this mean for our nighttime

Cape Town, South Africa has its eye on become the next international 24-hour city. Listen to this interview on Cape Talk 567AM.

A study on arts and culture professionals in the Seattle area indicated that one-third were thinking about leaving. Here is how the region plans

"Austin Monitor" reports that Austin, Texas is considering an accreditation program for bars and nightlife businesses operating in its Sixth Street entertainment district.

Looking for guidance on how to employ individuals who work best at night? The Society for Human Resource Management has your back.

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