“Annie Truex, an aspiring actress in Los Angeles, notes how much she’s learned much about the business of entertainment since moving to the city. For The Atlantic‘s ongoing series of interviews with American workers, I spoke with Truex about why she pursued acting, how she stays motivated throughout the audition process, and how beauty standards […]
The handy LinkNYC booths that were first installed in New York City this January are crossing the Atlantic and coming to London. Under the guise LinkUK, the booths will provide the public with ultrafast Wi-Fi, charging for mobile devices,...Show More Summary
Harry Greb would die shockingly young on an Atlantic City operating table on October 22, 1926 The post When Harry Greb dished out one of boxing history’s most savage beatings appeared first on Boxing News.
Ray Rice hasn’t given up on his dream of returning to the NFL, even after becoming persona non grata in the league when a video surfaced that showed the running back punching his wife in an Atlantic City elevator. He’s training at BlueStreak Sports in Stamford, CT, and TMZ got some footage (I wouldn’t be surprised if […]
It’s fitting that this year’s third and final Presidential debate will be held in Las Vegas. For Donald Trump, who during the nineteen-eighties and nineties built a short-lived casino empire in Atlantic City, Vegas has long represented the big time that he couldn’t quite crack. Show More Summary
As a federal investigation into Santa Monica’s effort to shut down its municipal airport continues, city officials have temporarily stopped evicting aviation businesses from the embattled property. Atlantic Aviation and American Flyers, two major tenants that provide a variety of services from...
Date: circa early 1950s Location: Atlantic and Decatur avenues, Margate City, New Jersey Source: via John Shea What do you see here?
When pressed about the multiple bankruptcies at his Atlantic City casinos, Donald Trump routinely says the episodes highlight his business acumen. He made out well, he claims, at the expense only of his greedy Wall Street financiers....Show More Summary
Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we’ll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Matthew Lee Myers, web developer: Has Donald Trump really...
Circa 1910. "Schlitz Hotel, Atlantic City." On the Boardwalk at Ocean Avenue. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Two casinos found out that Mr. Ivey may be smarter than they are: The Borgota in Atlantic City and Crockford's in the United Kingdom. Phil Ivey beat them out of $9.6 million dollars and $12.1 million dollars respectively. Ivey did this by engaging in advantage play against the casinos.
I’ve long maintained that the financial straits the Garden state faces cannot be solved with additional small fixes. When we first started having issues in the 70s, we got a lottery, then casinos in Atlantic City, then a state income...Read more
Records show run-ins over broken promises and a loan from his dad.
In a normal election cycle, this news item related to one of the two major candidates might have made it to the front page. But of course...yeah, you can fill in that blank. So you may have missed the story out of Atlantic City: The Trump Taj Mahal has closed this week. Show More Summary
THE ART OF THE DEAL. Donald Trump’s Atlantic City casino The Trump Taj Mahal has officially closed its doors: “The Trump Taj Mahal had been in trouble for years, along with the rest of cash-strapped Atlantic City, where five casinos have… Read The post Paul Ryan, Trump Taj Mahal, Carpool Karaoke, RBG, Tiffany Trump, Luke Evans, Billy Bush: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The storied but hobbled Trump Taj Mahal shut its doors early Monday after 26 years of operation in this resort city, as striking casino workers chanted and massed one last time on the 102nd day of their strike and vowed, “We’ll be back.” The strikers held a...
Yet another Donald Trump business bites the dust. Trump Taj Mahal, currently owned by Icahn Enterprises, officially closed Monday morning. The Atlantic City staple was started by the future reality TV star/Presidential candidate/pssy grabber in 1990, though now his only connection is his name. We wonder if the casino lost more business as The Donald consistently offended [...]
In what may not have been the most opportune time for the presidential candidate, the Atlantic City casino bearing his name - if little else - the Trump Taj Mahal, which Donald Trump opened 26 years ago calling it "the eighth wonder of the world", officially closed today. Show More Summary
"Today is a sad day for Atlantic City"
Billionaire Carl Icahn is closing the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resorts in Atlantic City, N.J. after deciding to cut his losses in the money losing casino after failing to reach a labor deal with its thousands of unionized workers.