Right that's the idea, come into Manhattan (where all the streets are clear, and all the mass transit is subterranean, and working,)and see a B'way show.
For many, the case is: If I could get anywhere, I would go to work (because I can't afford an unpaid vacation day) and I sure can't afford to spend $50 on a B'way theater ticket! (ever!—but especially not when I am not getting paid for the day!)
The suggestion that we take in a show (in our leisure) is as helpful a suggestion as that we should each cake if we can't afford bread.
The snow removal in NYC has been (still is) a major screw up in this storm.
My neighborhood isn't too bad –but look at this car.. its here –stuck in the middle of a T shaped intersection since SUNDAY night. Not towed, not ticketed—and at this point, not really snowbound, but still there (as of noon today.)
Mr. Bloomberg has given up any pretense of thinking of NYC and only has thoughts for NY County--The island of Manhattan is a county in NYS, as are each of the boroughs—Queens is Queens County, Brooklyn is Kings County, Staten Island is Richmond County, and the Bronx is the Bronx (county).
One reason (all those who watch Law & Order will have lightbulb's go on in there heads) there are different courts (but one city wide police force) is there are county courts in each borough!
Snow removal (or the lack of it!) is shameful. It's costing lives. Shame on you Mr. Mayor!