If you have a space open to the public which features bands, serves booze and has had verbal warnings for over a year by city officials to get an occupancy permit and an OP isn't obtained, the facility will be shut down immediately in almost any city. Most wouldn't get such a long amount of time to fix it and still operate as this gallery did. I believe it is socially immoral to claim being singled out as an "artist", when it appears that the operators were trying to run an art gallery by day and a private club/night club in the evenings without the required permits.
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