A day after saying the lights of the Great White Way would not go dark for Joan Rivers, the Broadway League has reversed its decision.
The lights of the Great White Way will not go dark for Joan Rivers, the Broadway League said Monday.
It’s a stunning setting: views of the Long Island Sound with spectacular sunsets, but folks who live in Bayville in the shadow of the Crescent Beach Club say it’s a big headache.
The attraction can be seen from miles away and will soon be visible from space when all 270 feet of it are lit up with all of the colors of the rainbow.
Mayor Richard LaBarbiera said many residents live adjacent to the stores and the lights disturb them.
The way major parts of New York City are lit is in the midst of a big change, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported.