These plaid-covered cakes were seen in Atlantic City at the “Tribeca Talks: After the movie, “Champs,” event. Can you guess to whom they belong?? Hit the flip to find out!!!
This winter saw the second-largest recorded ice cover on the Great Lakes, and the five lakes still haven't fully melted. As of April 10, the Atlantic Cities notes, they remained nearly half frozen over; typically, it's about 3% at this time of year, an expert tells Accuweather. All this poses...
In a little over an hour, the best and most stressful time of the year tips off with Game 1 between Atlantic Division foes Toronto and Brooklyn. Let’s just say the people of the OVO capital of the world aren’t exactly shying away from the matchup either, evident by today’s front page of the Toronto Sun.
WMGM, the only local TV station in New Jersey still affiliated with one of the the four major networks, will lose that affiliation at year’s end when its contract runs out, according to the Press of Atlantic City. WMGM’s affiliationShow More Summary
Jennifer Bogdan reports that the historic Atlantic City Country Club
U.S. Fleet Forces Command inform that a fire broke out aboard 'USS Hue City' (CG 66) as the ship was transiting the Atlantic.? Hue City had departed Mayport, Fla.
This story originally appeared in The Atlantic Cities and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Solar panels have always made sense in cities that get a lot of sun, at least intuitively. But in recent years,Show More Summary
This story originally appeared in The Atlantic Cities and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Over the winter, as polar vortices plunged the US Midwest into weeks of unceasing cold, the icy covers of the Great Lakes started to make headlines. Show More Summary
What It's Actually Like to Be Sober at Atlantic City's Porn Awards Show Kenny Rogers tapped me on the shoulder and said, “I love your…
Randal O'Toole Yonah Freemark, a writer over at Atlantic Cities–which normally loves any transit boondoggle–somewhat sheepishly admits that light rail hasn’t lived up to all of its expectations. Despite its popularity among transit agencies...Show More Summary
Not everywhere in Munich, but in “Urban Naked Zones.” The city, according to the Atlantic Cities, has designated six official “Urban Naked Zones” in parks offering privacy, but also only minutes away from the busy city center. “While these areas’ locations in parkland gives them a degree of seclusion, none of them are fenced off or […]
Phil Ivey is getting sued by Borgata, an Atlantic City casino, for winning almost $10 million on the Baccarat tables. In 2012, Ivey (...)
A lawsuit from a casino accuses one of the world's highest-profile poker players of being a cheat—at least when it comes to baccarat. The Borgata casino of Atlantic City has sued Phil Ivey, claiming he won a total of $9.6 million through a scheme that violates New Jersey...
A poker ace could be in the hole. Professional card player Phil Ivey is accused of cheating the Borgata in Atlantic City out of $9.6 million at the baccarat table. The casino filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in New Jersey claiming Ivey, 38, and a pal gamed the house on four 2012 visits.
A Borgata Casino lawsuit filed Wednesday accuses Phil Ivey, the world’s best known — and by many accounts, best — poker player of cheating the casino out of $9.6 million during a series of visits to the Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino in 2012. The Borgata is also suing the manufacturer of playing cards that,
The city, as part of the de Blasio administration’s effort to eliminate traffic deaths, will soon be rolling out a series of measures designed to deter speeding on an 8-mile stretch of Atlantic Ave., running from Brooklyn Heights to Woodhaven in Queens.
Yikes! Looks like this birthday bash wasn't a dream! Jesse McCartney was celebrating his 27th birthday down at The Pool After Dark at Harrah's in Atlantic City & things did not end well! It looks like Jesse's friends were taking advantage of his VIP table and got SMASHED in honor of the former Dream Street [...]
Urbanist Scott Beyer has a matter-of-fact essay in Atlantic Cities entitled "Seven Reasons U.S. Infrastructure Projects Cost Way More Than They Should." Government-set wages (1931 Davis-Bacon Act), lengthy environmental review, "buyShow More Summary
Dantas vs. Warren Battle In Bantamweight World Title Fight; Philadelphia’s Own Sam Oropeza vs. Andrey Koreshkov In Welterweight Semifinals, Plus Loaded Preliminary Card. Newport Beach, Calif. (April 7, 2014) - Bellator MMA returns to...Show More Summary
There is just SOOO much gorgeousness here from Raina and Ryan's Atlantic City wedding last January. I just love the look of tons of tattoos against a really elaborate dress, don't you? Look out for Raina's silver dress with that incredible...Show More Summary