But many event producers remain concerned about whether the proposed system will retain the police department as the primary agency determining which events get approved, and when they do, whether they require costly security details. Enforcement of city laws regulating events has ebbed and flowed over the years, Minor said. Any dance party, concert, performance, art or other event with more than 50 people that is open to the public, where alcohol will be served and consumed outside of private property, or where sound can be heard from outside the property, requires a special event permit, or for ongoing entertainment, a cabaret license. But in the recent past, Minor said enforcing those rules hasn’t been a priority of the police department.
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Well, it was a party Saturday at Richmond’s Juneteenth Festival and the city’s police officers in attendance did not want to be left out, Attendee Angel Entes was enjoying the music by his friend DJ O Aces when a group of Richmond police officers working the event at Nicholl Park started dancing, At first, Entes said the group would start and stop, but ballet leotards philippines finally a pair of officers went all out for the line dance hit “The Wobble.”, “That’s when I grabbed my cell phone and started to video them doing ‘The Wobble,’ ” Entes said in an e-mail, “I was impressed (with) how they were also interacting with the community, My hat off to RPD!!!”..
For more information on the show, visit www.playhouseinfo.com. For tickets, call 925-943-7469 (SHOW) or go to www.lesherartscenter.org. After two years on Broadway and months of touring, “Newsies” finally came to the Bay Area this past week in a dynamic, high-energy production. You wouldn’t think that the notorious 1899 newsboys strike in New York City would make for good musical theater. But in the capable hands of playwright Harvey Fierstein and the invigorating music of Alan Menken and Jack Feldman, this grim historical episode soars into a charismatic David versus Goliath story.
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