Listen: Michael Jackson, Philadelphia, Liberty Bell Independence Hall discussed on 24 Hour News
"A partial government shutdown now Dave thirty four starting to have an impact on businesses in Philadelphia that rely on dollars from federal workers. And also the tourists who come to see the cradle of liberty. That story from KYW said dusk Kuznits, Greg fuzzy wiggle fuzzy wig sweetshop says the money has businesses losing during the partial government shutdown is money that will never be recovered the park. Ranger many finally gets fade is going to come in here. And by twelve lunches in one day old city, which is a neighborhood of the Federal Reserve, the National Park Service, the federal courthouse the customs house, and of course, Philadelphia's most historic landmarks the liberty bell Independence Hall with not bustling with people. I'm not surprised because a lot of the people on the street resorts until they're open back up. Just kind of quiet out here in old city food truck owners, tell me folks aren't around to buy lunch to the business push permanent last month in February says, you don't have to be an economist to know that a shutdown is not good for business people in the street. No money, no money up to the landlord their money back to local government in the form of taxes. Says at this point he is desperate for customers to return. It does hurt a think at some point in time you need to be able to keep everything going while you're working on a problem. Daas Kuznits KYW NewsRadio coming soon. Michael Jackson on Broadway. Michael Jackson lives on. The king of Pop's estate and music producer group, Columbia live stage have released name for a musical inspired by the life of the dead popstar the musical titled don't stop till you get enough. We'll start with an out of town performance in Chicago later this fall. The show is expected to move to Broadway sometime in twenty twenty the musical will feature songs from across Jackson's."