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Another Event-filled Atlantic City Weekend

Atlantic City featured comedy, boxing, and plenty of music last weekend. As always, the clubs, bars, and gaming tables were also open for business. There were plenty of photos to be found on Twitter, and we think we came across some winners. To start the weekend, The Wanted played a...
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Some Sun in May A.C. Revenue Figures

May marked a relative victory for Atlantic City casinos, as four properties saw revenue increases from the same period a year ago and market-wide loses were trimmed from double digits to begin the year to just shy of 4 percent. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) on Monday...
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Drive Dream Car At AC Boardwalk

The chance to drive an exotic luxury car is part of Harry’s Oyster Bar’s car festival on May 15-16. Harry’s, at Bally’s Casino in Atlantic City, is hosting the car festival showcasing exotic cars along with special vendor booths, live music and food on the Boardwalk on Wednesday-Thursday, May 15-16....
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House of Blues
Offers Value Season Pass

A season’s pass to a spring schedule of shows at the House of Blues at the Showboat casino in Atlantic City gives concert-goers the opportunity to see a range of top musical performers, from April through early-June, for about $11 a show. Better yet, season-pass holders get VIP treatment with...
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A.C. Beer Fests
On Tap for April

Beer is the word — and the drink — in Atlantic City in April. On Thursday, April 4, there is an Atlantic City Beer Week kick off dinner at Caesars Mia restaurant beginning at 7:30 p.m. The $115 per person ticket is all-inclusive. Among the offerings on executive chef Paul...
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Caesars Entertainment Corp. reported Monday that its quarterly operating results in Atlantic City were par for the course in the seaside resort. In other words, they were lousy. Caesars, which operates four casinos in Atlantic City as well as Harrah’s Philadelphia in Chester, announced in a company news release that...
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