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Posted: January 29, 2015
NERO’S Got It Covered

Those who frequent casinos know that the Top 2 restaurants in every casino are usually the steakhouse and the Italian joint.

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Posted: January 29, 2015
Awesome places throughout South Jersey to root on your fave team on Super Bowl Sunday

Here's our top 5 places to watch the Super Bowl.

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Posted: January 29, 2015
Wine Tasting Art Show canvassed area for new home at hip Arts Garage

The annual At The Shore Wine Tasting Art Show fundraiser sponsored by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the Greater Atlantic City Concierge Association and At The Shore magazine has moved around some in the past few years, but that’s only because each year it seriously becomes bigger and better.

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      High Five

      Back in the summer of 2013, LandShark Bar & Grill at Resorts Casino Hotel became just the second property in music luminary Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville conglomerate to be built directly on a beach, joining another in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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      Veteran Comic Takes Reins

      When it comes to running a comedy club, it takes one to know one.

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      The New Mariachi Loco

      Roberto Diaz almost never relocated his restaurant El Mariachi Loco to the corner of Bellevue Avenue and South Egg Harbor Road in Hammonton. The space, on the first floor of an ornate and elaborately painted 110-year-old building, the most photographed building in town, had been vacant for a while, but the owner was taking his time deciding who to rent it to.

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      Symphony's 2015 Start

      The Bay-Atlantic Symphony and the Choral Arts of Southern New Jersey, the region’s acclaimed orchestra and choral group respectively, open 2015 with a joint presentation that combines Antonio Vivaldi’s “Gloria,” with works by composers and Bay-Atlantic Symphony’s Artists-in-Residence Morten Lauridsen and Ola Gjeilo.

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      Randall’s Sleight of Hand

      On the night Frank Sinatra jumped ship from Atlantic City’s original casino and began performing at the Golden Nugget, one of the legendary singer’s California pals — a very wealthy real estate developer — dropped $4.2 million at a blackjack table in Steve Wynn’s 2-year-old gaming hall.

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      The Palm at 10

      Ask anyone to name their favorite steakhouse in Atlantic City, and The Palm always seems to be one of their top recommendations.

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      Fleetwood Mac Fully Intact

      How much of a difference can one band member make? In the case of Christine McVie, she single-handedly transformed Fleetwood Mac from a tired, going through the motions, classic rock band cashing in on their fame to a mind-blowing, arena-worthy, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-caliber act.

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      A Soldier’s Story

      War is hell. We’ve been told that and shown that in countless cinematic recreations from the heights of “Saving Private Ryan” to more recent accounts based on non-fiction books such as “Lone Survivor” and now, from Clint Eastwood, “American Sniper,” based on the book by Chris Kyle about his experiences during four tours of Iraq.

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      2015 Oscar Tout Sheet

      The Academy Award nominations will be announced tomorrow morning. Here is my annual prediction for the major categories in the form of a racetrack tout sheet. My choices are based on the multiple nominees and wins to date from the various critics associations, the Golden Globes, and the Screen Actors Guild nominations. Frontrunners include the film Boyhood, Julianne Moore, Patricia Arquette, Michael Keaton and J.K. Simmons.

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