Resorts Casino Hotel — Inspirational speaker Johnnie Lynch, Jan. 15; Night Fever and Abbamania, Jan. 29; CCFC mixed martial arts show, Feb. 5.
Tropicana — Robin Thicke, Jan. 15; “One on One with Marc Antonelli,” Jan. 16-Feb. 26; Lou Neglia’s Ring of Combat XXXIV, Feb. 4; Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Feb. 18; Kozak the Magician (on-going show in the Comedy Stop).
Trump Taj Mahal — Nikos Kourkoulis & Kelly Kelekidou, Jan. 29; Lo Mejor De Los 90’s, Feb. 12.
Trump Plaza — Ragdoll, Feb. 19; Music of ABBA, March 4-5; Kenny Vance and the Planotones, March 12.
Trump Marina — To be announced.
Boardwalk Hall — Minor league hockey, Trenton Devils vs. Wheeling Nailers, Jan. 23; Midget Indoor Auto Racing, Jan. 28-29; ECHL hockey, Albany Devils vs. Hershey Bears, Feb. 4 and Devils vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Feb. 7; Lady Gaga, Feb. 19; Mummers Show of Shows, Feb. 26; Albany Devils vs. Norfolk Admirals, Feb. 27; Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball tournament, March 11-13; ECAC hockey championship, March 18-19.
"Yeah, we all get along super well and whatever, but there are no stories like ‘Oh, and then Nick Offerman slashed everyone’s tires.’ Ya know? Like, this is not a thing. It’s just not like everyone’s pulling pranks and doing goofy stuff all the time."
'I was at a [New York] Knicks game recently and saw a guy use a new T-shirt gun at that game. He was shooting about 20 shirts in the crowd in five seconds. It was crazy. Some celebrities are for stricter gun control laws. I’m for looser T-shirt gun control laws. I would love to drive around the city and just shoot T-shirts into the streets and see what people would do.'
The Atlantic City area had a year that had people looking so far forward, it was almost easy to forget what was actually happening right now. Mired in recession and reeling from new competition, Atlantic City and southern New Jersey seemed to just want to hunker down and wait for better times....
In a few words, those with the power and ability need to work extremely hard and very quickly on these 11 items for the good of the entire region.
Atlantic City showrooms have traditionally turned to revue shows in the first few months of the new year, and 2011 is no exception.
A Review: Star Trek: Into Darkness
A Lavish ‘Gatsby’
Laughing with George Lopez
Fight Night at Boardwalk Hall
‘Lucy’ on Stage at Harrah’s