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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

From Phat Ladies to Murder Points: The South's Seafood Renaissance

Looking for a road-trip excuse? the Atlantic and Gulf coasts have some of the best oysters in the country.

Tropical Storm Gaston expected to become hurricane Saturday: NHC

(Reuters) - Tropical Storm Gaston is expected to become a hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in an advisory.

The 2016 Travers Stakes: Latest Odds, Saratoga's Dry Track and Exaggerator's Battle to Win On It

Saratoga can be a cinch of a place for rain, tucked up in the New York foothills under the Canadian jet stream, with the Great Lakes lying just to the west and the North Atlantic to the east. But this week, no sacrifice was bloody enough to convince the gods [...]

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

Two NASA satellites take a bead on Gaston's movements

Gaston is currently sitting smack in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean churning away. Currently it is not near any landmasses and is at tropical storm status having weakened slightly from hurricane force. read more

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Five Bucks to Whoever Can Pronounce Papahanaumokuakea

President Obama expanded a national monument off the coast of Hawaii, making it the world’s largest marine protected area.

‘Outlander’ Showrunner Ronald D. Moore Teases Season 3, Explains The Differences Between The Book And The Show

Some pretty big changes are ahead for Outlander. Outlander’s executive producer Ronald D. Moore recently sat down with Variety and teased the changes that are in store for Season 3. “There’s an extended journey across the Atlantic and then the story eventually goes to Jamaica, the Caribbean and ending up in the New World,” Moore... Show More Summary

Settling It on Field: Bowls, Role of AP Poll Change in 1990s

Florida State moved into the Atlantic Coast Conference and Penn State joined the Big Ten. South Carolina landed in the Southeastern Conference. The Big East gathered Miami, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Pittsburgh.

The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season So Far. Keep an eye on Hermine.

A quick note about the current Atlantic hurricane season. With resect to just the US, we’ve had a fairly low level season, and it is easy to become complacent about this time, but in fact, the risks from Atlantic hurricanes rise about this time of year, so pay attention. Watch for Hermine. More on that…

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

Is America on the Cusp of an Offshore Wind Boom?

America’s first offshore wind project, the 30-megawatt Block Island Wind Farm off the coast of Rhode Island, is almost complete. The developer, Deepwater Wind, is already eyeing much bigger projects off the Atlantic coast. Meanwhile,...Show More Summary

An Expert Roundtable's Thoughts On A Pesky Tropical Weather System, Invest 99L

A pesky tropical weather system is driving meteorologists nuts. If you are in social media you probably have seen "Invest 99L" by now. Given that we are within the active period of the Atlantic hurricane season, it generated quite the "buzz" as a possible threat loomed for the Islands or [...]

Interesting Atlantic Article

“The Original Underclass” I have written on upward mobility several times at AB. This article goes along similar lines of what I have been saying. If you are already upper class, the chances of you dropping down to the lowest level are slim to none. If you are in that first quintile of income, the […]

First great white shark nursery discovered

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A team of fishermen and scientists working for an ocean research organization has reportedly discovered the first known birthing site for great white sharks on the North Atlantic Coast. Ocearch founder and leader of the expedition, Chris Fischer, has termed this development as “probably the most...

More on the Gospel of Jesus' Wife

If you are interested in the controversy over the Gospel of Jesus' Wife, the owner has been exposed by journalist Ariel Sabar in this month's Atlantic HERE. It looks like we can without reservation put this document into the forgeryShow More Summary

Atlantic’ Takes Sneak Peek at the ‘Era of the Bh’ Clinton Presidency

According to The Atlantic’s Michelle Cottle, a Hillary Clinton presidency will not only be a win for women as the first woman takes the White House – but it will usher in an “era of the bitch,” not because Clinton is one, but because Cottle believes a Clinton presidency will create an uptick in the amount of sexism and misogyny in the United States.

X-raying the Earth with waves from stormy weather 'bombs'

Using a detection network based in Japan, scientists have uncovered a rare type of deep-earth tremor that they attribute to a distant North Atlantic storm called a "weather bomb." The discovery marks the first time scientists have observed this particular tremor, known as an S wave microseism. Show More Summary

NASA examines threatening tropical disturbance in eastern Caribbean Sea

NASA analyzed the rainfall and cloud heights in an area of low pressure designated as System 99L that bringing rains and gusty winds to Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Turks and Caicos and other islands in the Atlantic Ocean and northeastern Caribbean Sea today, Aug. Show More Summary

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Minnesota to Trump: Well, This Is Awkward

The Republican party hadn’t filed the necessary paperwork to get the Republican nominee and his running mate on the state’s ballot until today.

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