Today on Uptown Radio: LGBT homeless youth survive by trading sex, New York restaurants try to save water, musicians don’t make money when they play on the radio, and the last sheet music store in New York is closing its doors after 36 years.
New York state will only license a few companies to grow and sell the drug once the medical marijuana program rolls out next year. Those lucky companies will get the lion’s share of the profits from this budding industry. Contenders are getting ready for a fierce competition.
President Obama is asking Congress to give him the power to take military action in the Middle East. He is seeking approval to fight the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or ISIS. But it seems like Congress doesn’t want to grant these war powers to the President. Gregoire Molle explores what are the long-term worries of a decision that needs to be taken soon.
Two years ago, Manchester City Football Club and the New York Yankees acquired a Major League expansion team for 10 million dollars. The New York City Football Club is expected to start its inaugural season in nine days.