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June 14, 2016 | By Howard Gensler, STAFF WRITER
The last time nightclub entrepreneur Ivan Kane got Atlantic City dancing, it was with his Royal Jelly Burlesque Nightclub at Revel. But when Revel went under, it jammed up Royal Jelly. "It was a sad day when it closed," Kane said in a recent phone interview, "because we were incredibly successful there. "The silver lining is that it introduced me to the Atlantic City area, and I met Tony Rodio. " That meeting with the president and CEO of Tropicana Entertainment has paid off with Ivan Kane's Kiss Kiss a Go-Go, the new night spot opening Thursday at the Quarter at the Trop.
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June 13, 2016 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Staff Writer
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - Bob Rose was still in junior high school when he promoted his first music show. A few hometown Bridgeton bands were looking for gigs, and a school dance needed performers. Several years later, in 1974, Rose put together his first big outdoor concert - a five-act garage-band show at the now-defunct Palatine Race Track in Centerton, Cumberland County. Back then, social media didn't exist, so Rose had to rely on old-fashioned word of mouth and some concert posters.
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June 13, 2016 | By Amy S. Rosenberg, Staff Writer
ATLANTIC CITY - Tick tock, tick tock. No, this was not part of some book read to third graders by Mayor Don Guardian during career day Thursday at Pennsylvania Avenue school - students there were more interested in peppering the mayor about World War II. This was Gov. Christie taunting his least favorite mayor since Fort Lee's Mark Sokolich just days after signing a rescue package that included tens of millions in redirected aid and gave...
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June 13, 2016 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Staff Writer
ATLANTIC CITY - Five days out from the reopening of the vaunted place formerly known as Revel, and you might imagine there would be a frenzy of activity around the multiblock, Boardwalk-front, glass-sheathed, 47-story edifice. Or perhaps a sign or two around the property - or a website - to at least disclose the new name or branding. But no one was scrubbing the exterior of the lavishly designed structure - which is meant to appear like a big glass wave rising up on the beach adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean - although the place looks as if it could certainly use a good power washing.
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June 13, 2016 | By Molly Eichel, Staff Writer
Summer means the big names in comedy head to the Shore to entertain at the casinos. But there are also quite a few laughs to be had in Philly, from hometown hero Big Jay Oakerson, who in August will headline a four-night stand at Helium in Center City, to Punch Line Philly, the new Fishtown comedy club that opens July 8 with Last Comic Standing 's Russell Peters, who stays through the 10th. Ron White (June 17, Caesars) Tater Salad brings his down-home humor to Atlantic City.
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June 10, 2016 | By Amy S. Rosenberg, Staff Writer
ATLANTIC CITY - Don't take those red Solo cups out to the Boardwalk just yet. For the second time, the Atlantic City Council pulled off its agenda an ordinance that would permit open containers of alcohol on the Boardwalk. In a consolation prize of sorts, the council did agree Wednesday night to extend Boardwalk summer bicycle hours from the current 6 a.m.-until-10 a.m. to 6 a.m. to noon, consistent with neighboring Ventnor's hours. The open-container ordinance was first proposed last month, but was pulled by Council President Marty Small to allow further input.
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June 9, 2016 | By Amy S. Rosenberg, Staff Writer
ATLANTIC CITY - Shortly after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sylvia Hegedus, 53, walked back inside the Showboat for the first time since she closed out a 27-year cocktail waitress career on the casino's last day, Aug. 31, 2014. "I opened it and I closed it," Hegedus said of Showboat, one of four casinos to close that year. "Now we're going to reopen it again. It feels like I'm coming home. " As the Springsteen song "Atlantic City" goes, Maybe everything that dies someday comes back. In this case, it's the Showboat, shut down by bankrupt parent company Caesars Entertainment as the second of four casinos to close during Atlantic City's epic collapse.
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June 6, 2016 | By Melanie Burney, Staff Writer
Paper or plastic? New Jersey lawmakers could answer that typical checkout question for consumers under a bill that aims to curb plastic-bag use statewide. If passed, most major retailers, supermarkets, and drugstores would be prohibited from freely giving out nonbiodegradable plastic bags. Customers who insist on plastic - or paper - would pay 5 cents for every single-use bag beginning in June 2017. Proponents hope consumers, instead, will use reusable carryout bags. The bill, introduced by Assemblywoman Grace Spencer (D., Essex)
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