How Atlantic City Plans To Lure – The Gothamist
The 2014 shuttering of four of Atlantic City’s twelve casinos should have surprised no one and yet managed to shock everyone. Triggered by new gaming competition in surrounding states, the closings killed 8,000 jobs. Tax revenue, which had started falling with the recession, nose-dived. Ac...
Kiss Kiss a Go Go will bring a bit of Bangkok to AC – The Courier Post
Separated from his last gig by a couple of miles and four years, nightclub impresario Ivan Kane is looking to pick up at the Tropicana where he left off at Revel.
From the moment it opened, Kane’s Royal Jelly Burlesque at the now-closed Revel was one of that property’s rare bri...
Harrah's will host ACHS graduation for free – Press of Atlantic City
Harrahs’s Resort will host the Atlantic City High School graduation this year, at no cost to the district.
Rick Mazer, regional president and general manager for Harrah’s Resort, said they had been contacted about graduation, and agreed to provide the Waterfront Conference Cent...
Travel: What Atlantic City has in store for summer – My Central Jersey
For the beach rats and travel junkies of New Jersey, the premature warm weather last month served as a pleasant reminder of what’s to come — long summer days hanging on the Jersey Shore.
Atlantic City, which has sought to expand its reputation as a gambling destination into one...
Borgata Casino Ready to Open $14M Nightclub (VIDEO) – Philadelphia Business Journal
ave the date because Atlantic City's most profitable casino has set the opening date for its upcoming $14 million entertainment facility.
Borgata will be opening the 18,000-square-foot Premier Nightclub, which was designed to "rival the top clubs in Las Vegas, Miami and New York,&...