Amsterdam’s innovative concept for keeping the peace between nightlife and residents is spreading to more cities.

Fans of CityLab’s Feargus O’Sullivan (and really, who doesn’t love a guy who deploys adjectives like Brobdingnagian in his everyday writing) will want to check out the video below. It’s a co-reported story Feargus did for CityLab with PBS Newshour, and it takes a closer look at the lives of ‘night mayors.’

What’s a night mayor? Read Feargus’s story on the concept from back in January to learn more, and then watch this unique segment:

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