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Bob Tales

Bob Saget grew up in suburban Philadelphia — Abington, to be precise — and recalls in detail what it was like summering in Atlantic City as a child of the ’70s. “My parents had a house there, and it was the greatest,” the comedian tells Atlantic City Weekly by phone from L.A.

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Posted Oct. 22, 2014 | Comments: 0

Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’

As straightforward as the Sherman tank he commands, Brad Pitt returns to the WWII setting he so expertly explored in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds in writer-director David Ayer’s Fury.

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Posted Oct. 21, 2014 | Comments: 0

NEWS & VIEWS > COASTING

By Ray Schweibert

Chrome-wheeled, Fuel-injected

Beauty, elegance and American idealism are common threads between the two longest-running events in Atlantic City’s history. The first, of course, is the Miss America competition. The second: the Atlantic City Classic Car Show & Auction.

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Posted Oct. 23, 2014 | Comments: 0

To Oktoberfest!

Oktoberfest returns for its 21st year to Trump Taj Mahal on Saturday, Oct. 25 (noon-8pm) and Sunday, Oct. 26 (noon-6pm). Visitors can anticipate entertainment direct from Germany and feast on authentic food such as grilled bratwurst, classic Hungarian goulash, oven roasted pork loin, frankfurters, linzer torte and apple strudel.

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Posted Oct. 23, 2014 | Comments: 0

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    By Frank Gabriel

    Girasole, Atlantic City’s Pacific Avenue-fronting jewel, is equal parts earnest Italian dining experience combined with glamorous Mediterranean-tinged décor and ambiance....

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    By Lori Hoffman

    It should come as no surprise that southern New Jersey goes all out at Halloween providing terrifying treats for Halloween fanatics. After all, the nearby Pine Barrens...

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    By Ray Schweibert

    Atlantic City’s varied entertainment landscape has for decades included many of the biggest names in the world of comedy. The Comedy Crap Shoot at the Taj recently joined...

  • The Verdict is in . ....
    By Lori Hoffman

    The Judge is a classic example of a fall movie that is looking for Academy Award attention because the fall ushers in the opening of the fishing season for Academy Award...

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    By David J. Spatz

    Although they consistently began knocking homegrown groups out of the Top 10, not every American musical act wanted to take up arms against the British invasion in the...

  • Phillip's: 100 Years of...
    By Frank Gabriel

    Phillips Seafood, founded at Hooper’s Island on Maryland’s eastern shore and currently celebrating its 100th anniversary, remains one of Atlantic City’s grandest restaurant...

  • Hopkins-Kovalev Nov. 8...
    By Ray Schweibert

    On Tuesday, Sept. 2, Bernard Hopkins – arguably the greatest Philadelphia fighter of all time and undeniably one of the greatest boxers in history – and Sergey Kovalev...

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    By Frank Gabriel

    The British are coming! The British are coming! (Well, okay, to be precise, it’s a Scotsman. That distinction’s probably especially important this week.)...

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