Drunken Kids And The Clubs In Chelsea
July 31st, 2006

An editorial in the New York Post entitled Kids + Booze = Mayhem notes the proliferation of nightclubs on the western fringes of Chelsea — in just three square blocks, the number of clubs with liquor licenses has tripled (from eight to 24) over the past five years and the thousands of young people, most under the legal drinking age, that these clubs attract. It was to one of these clubs that 18-year-old Jennifer Moore traveled last week, and reportedly became inebriated, contributing to a series of events that led to her murder. The legal drinking age in New York is 21. How Moore and a friend were able to gain entry into the club isn’t yet clear; her friend says an adult purchased their alcohol once inside. The clubs are clearly paying insufficient attention to proper identification, the Post concludes, and the State Liquor Authority needs to yank some licenses.

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