Only 10 years ago the NYC club scene thrived, but these days, besides sidestepping burly bouncers and bridge-and- tunnelers, New Yorkers must deal with the cabaret law, a nonsensical ordinance dating back to the 1920s that has crippled nightlife. A quick explanation: You can't dance in New York unless a club has a license. And in order to get one, club owners must meet a maze of requirements—seemingly for no purpose other than to... More >>>