On March 20, 2020, Broadway suddenly closed its doors. The pandemic hit Broadway hard and the community has been trying to recover ever since. Now, there seems to be a bright light at the end of the tunnel.
On January 20, 2021, President Joe Biden officially began planning America’s future. It came as a shock that many executive orders were being put in place by President Biden on his first night in office. One of the biggest actions the President is taking is in regard to climate change.
On January 6, Congress was holding a meeting at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. to officially certify Joseph R. Biden as the 46th President of the United States. Right outside the Capitol, was a group of people, supporters of President Trump. The group was coming back from a Trump rally and were protesting against the certification of Joe Biden as President. No one was prepared for what was about to happen next.
American actress Ethel Merman once sang, “There’s no business like show business.” For many years Broadway has played such an important role not only in New York culture but also in American culture. On average, over 10 million people go to see shows on Broadway every year. From the tall buildings and lights to the people and the brightly-lit signs, Broadway holds a special place in the hearts of many people.