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Trump Taj Mahal still closing despite latest union offer

ATLANTIC CITY — The Trump Taj Mahal remains on track to close in October after management rejected the union’s latest proposal to keep the struggling hotel-casino afloat. Representatives for about 1,000 striking workers met with management on Monday, though the gathering wasn’t officially a negotiating session, according to PressofAtlanticCity.com. Show More Summary

The science of urban paranoia

I’ve got an article in The Atlantic on how paranoia and psychosis are more common in cities and why the quest to explain the ‘urban psychosis effect’ is reshaping psychiatry. The more urban your neighbourhood, the higher the rate...Show More Summary

Metal Mulisha General Brian Deegan Lands On Atlantic City Red Bull GRC Podium

Defending Red Bull Global Rallycross champion Scott Speed earned his third straight race victory on Sunday, taking the checkered flag in the series’ inaugural visit to Atlantic City. Patrik Sandell … The post Metal Mulisha General Brian Deegan Lands On Atlantic City Red Bull GRC Podium appeared first on Metal Mulisha.

Clinton hits Trump by recalling her father's business

Recalling Hugh Rodham hard at work making and printing curtains for hotels and office buildings, Clinton argues that he would have been "stiffed" in a deal with the celebrity businessman. When the Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New...Show More Summary

Defending Champ Reigns Supreme in Atlantic City

Defending Champ Reigns Supreme in Atlantic City Motorsports Check out highlights from Scott Speed's third straight Red Bull GRC win. By Jen Horsey on 28 August 2016

Atlantic City Could Look Vastly Different in 2017

Who doesn't love a good game of Monopoly especially a real life one? Large swaths of the Atlantic Boardwalk are changing hands. Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein is buying up practically everything that is for sale on the boardwalk. Show More Summary

2 Performances, 47 Years Apart

A friend emails: In 1957, The Diamonds had a hit with “Little Darlin” 47 years later, they were requested to perform at Atlantic City… Watch the 1957 performance, then the performance that took place 47 years later (2004). The Diamonds...Show More Summary

The Ultimate Allergy Remedy – Stop Climate Change

Climate Change Is Likely to Cause Allergy Misery for Millions; The number of Europeans suffering from ragweed allergies could double by 2050. John Metcalfe, August 25, 2016 (Atlantic’s City Lab) “If the rate of warming continues, the number of people suffering from ragweed allergies could jump from 33 to 77 million by 2050. Show More Summary

How Do You Get Rid Of Millions Of Dead New Jersey Fish? Vacuums

Recently, the frustrated new owner of the defunct Revel Hotel in Atlantic City angrily told a local news site that New Jersey "stinks" after another setback in his plan to reopen the boondoggle/casino/resort. And now with "millions" of dead fish clogging up a New Jersey creek, Glenn Straub's figurative language has become horrifying reality! [ more › ]

The Last Thing Atlantic City’s Students Need Is School Vouchers

Cross-posted from my own site, Jersey Jazzman.  Atlantic City is in big fiscal trouble, and that includes its schools. So what do its leaders think the state should do? An infusion of aid? A new approach to curriculum? A full-frontal...Read more

Trump tax break among 7 times critics say Christie enriched friends

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Donald Trump’s Atlantic City casinos’ tax debt to New Jersey was nearly $30 million. But after Gov. Chris Christie took office, it was settled for just $5 million. The headline from the front-page story in The New York Times on Wednesday suggested Christie, who has long touted his 14...

EU, NATO Express Solidarity With Turkey After Terror Attacks

The European Union (EU) as well as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) expressed on Sunday solidarity with Turkey after a string of terror attacks in the country, including the recent bombing in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, confirming their determination to fight against terrorism, the organizations said in two separate statements.

New Revel Owner Says Jersey 'Stinks' After Reopening Snafu

Atlantic City's Revel casino and hotel complex has seen much better days, like the time Beyonce performed there in front of Michelle Obama, and when they threw all those big beach club parties. And though it was sad when it closed in...Show More Summary

Trump reportedly cut $30M casino tax burden to $5M under Christie’s watch

TRENTON — Donald Trump’s one-time Atlantic City casino company owed nearly $30 million in overdue taxes to New Jersey but ended up paying $5 million in a settlement with the state after Gov. Chris Christie took office, according to a report by The New York Times. The newspaper said it uncovered the deal while reviewing [...]

70 Year Old Tries To Row Across Atlantic: 'My Cabin Nearly Became My Coffin'

Stein Hoff left New York City on May 15 in a rowboat, hoping to cross the Atlantic in 90 days ? a daring stunt only a handful of brave adventurers have achieved. His journey ended Aug. 6, after a fierce storm left the 70-year-old Norwegian...Show More Summary

Trump's Atlantic City casinos reportedly owed $30 million in taxes — and settled for $5 million after Christie took office

For six years, New Jersey state auditors and lawyers battled in court for $30 million that the state said Donald Trump's Atlantic City casinos owed in back taxes. The state eventually agreed to accept only $5 million from the casinos. The...Show More Summary

The Atlantic Digs Deeper into Portland Gentrification

by Wm. Steven Humphrey From The Atlantic Last month when The Atlantic's Alana Semuels wrote her piece The Racist History of Portland, the Whitest City in America, it caught the attention of a lot of people around town—especially those who aren't exactly comfortable with the subjects of gentrification and racism. Show More Summary

Laid-off NJ Road Construction Workers Picket over Transportation Trust Fund Battle

Press of Atlantic City reports, “Dozens of workers laid off from state-funded transportation projects rallied Monday morning outside the offices of local state legislators, demanding renewal of the state’s Transportation Trust Fund.”   The post Laid-off NJ Road Construction Workers Picket over Transportation Trust Fund Battle appeared first on Toll Roads News.

Let's assume that Trump is actually flexible enough to get out of the race while the getting is good.

He got out of Atlantic City at the right time, didn't he? He likes to win, and winning can be defined as getting out at a high point and not being there for the big loss. And — as the post title jogs you to think — Trump likes to be flexible. Show More Summary

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