Topics :: Atlantic City
Monday Jun 27, 2011
Known as one of America’s most visited resort and entertainment destinations, Atlantic City continues to grow as a favored location for gay and lesbian travelers, offering a variety of new nightlife, musical theatre debuts, and chart-topping performances.
By WAYNE PARRY | Monday Jun 20, 2011
Three casinos have bikini beach bars on the sand. Outside the gambling halls, there are a half-dozen strip clubs and a sex swingers/voyeurs club.
Wednesday Apr 27, 2011
Nik Wallenda, a seventh-generation member of the legendary "Flying Wallendas" circus family, is scheduled to kick off the Spring Break season with two death-defying stunts at Tropicana Casino & Resort on Friday, April 29, 2011 at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Wednesday Apr 13, 2011
Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City will welcome Stephen Hanson and B.R. Guest Restaurants into Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and Caesars. The upcoming additions include: Dos Caminos, Atlantic Grill and Bill’s Bar & Burger.
By WAYNE PARRY | Saturday Apr 9, 2011
More than 26.6 million people visited Atlantic City casinos last year, a decrease of 6.2 percent. But a new survey finds spending per visitor fell by only half that amount.
Friday Mar 4, 2011
Las Vegas and Atlantic City as budget cities? "Lost Wages" and the city that invented Monopoly money are among the cheapest vacation destinations? You can bet on it!
By WAYNE PARRY | Saturday Feb 19, 2011
From flapper costumes to swing dance contests and whiskey-soaked cocktails, Atlantic City is going retro, embracing the Roaring ’20s in a big way.
By WAYNE PARRY | Wednesday Feb 16, 2011
In a sign of just how much value casinos in the nation’s second-largest gambling market have lost in recent years, Trump Entertainment Resorts agreed Monday to sell its Trump Marina Hotel Casino to the Texas-based parent company of the Golden Nugget.
Thursday Feb 3, 2011
Gov. Chris Christie says construction will resume next week on Atlantic City’s half-finished Revel casino. Christie says Revel’s owner came up with most of $1.15 billion needed to complete the project on its own.
By Mark Thompson | Friday Jan 21, 2011
As the Golden Globe Award-winning HBO series, Boardwalk Empire has made abundantly clear, Atlantic City has never had a problem with garish splendor - and a weekend in AC for the Miss’d America Pageant is a perfect excuse to celebrate AC’s outrageousness.