Since its recent return, the whimsical Miss’d America Pageant has seen widespread, weekend-long partying around the resort.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, the Out of Control Brunch and Bingo shindig will take place at The Ballroom at Harrah’s from 11am-3pm. Admission is $40 and will include a delectable brunch buffet, signature Bloody Marys and Mimosas, and the opportunity to win big at a festive bingo event hosted by Bianca Del Rio, Sandy Beach, Mortimer and other fun-loving drag divas.
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“As a founding member of the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance, we realized that Atlantic City had not been on the radar screen for the gay and lesbian traveler for quite some time,” says Sieg. “Along with the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority and some business members of our organization, we recognized the need to reach the gay and lesbian traveler and highlight all of the amenities that Atlantic City has to offer.
“With great shopping, dining, entertainment and spas, it was a natural fit for this untapped market segment. We hope to continue to work together to bring future events to the city that will once again put Atlantic City on the map as a fun, welcoming and safe destination for the LGBT community.”
Part of the plan calls for the entire renovation to be a reality TV show from creative process to the grand opening, streaming live over the Internet from Atlantic City. Once open, we broadcast live entertainment, showcasing our creative genius and youth.
The closet door must remain wide open. Members of our community are often the victims of brutal attacks and the more we expose our beauty as fellow travelers on this planet, the more hatred we overcome.
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The entrepreneurial drive and outside-the-box disposition that Resorts’ late CEO Dennis Gomes was so well known for manifested itself in the Pro Bar — the first in-casino gay nightclub in Atlantic City’s history that opened a year ago in tandem with the celebrity- and female-impersonation revue show Believe: Divas in a Man’s World.
The First Bartender Awards ceremony, presented by AC Weekly and hosted by the Diving Horse in Atlantic City, honored the best of the region’s bartenders The First Bartender Awards ceremony, presented by AC Weekly and hosted by the Diving Horse in Atlantic City, honored the best of the region’s bartenders as voted by AC Weekly readers on Thursday, May 17.as voted by AC Weekly readers on Thursday, May 17.
Video, photos and more from Saturday's Miss'd America Pageant.
And, thank God we joined you as one, and not apart. Think of how dull this world would be without our creative energy. It would be the light bulb hanging on a wire from the ceiling, without the decorative fixture — or the lamp without the lamp shade.
“It’s pageantry at its finest. The biggest difference [this year is] we will have world-class entertainment.”
'Everything we do as a society is based on love. I want to welcome everyone. Our arms are open to all aspects of our culture.'
ATLANTIC CITY — Caesars Entertainment has again assembled a weekend full of fun events focused on Atlantic City’s gay community. It starts Friday night, Sept. 23, with a four-course dinner party at House of Blues’ Foundation Room featuring the Hearty Boys — a gay couple who host a cooking show on the Food Network — and several other segments served up in a festive atmosphere and hosted by famed Las Vegas drag queen Frank Marino. This is the third annual OUT In AC event put on by Caesars Entertainment (an organization that regularly receives high commendation from the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index), and one of many GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender) events to materialize on the Atlantic...
So last week, there was Hitchen, head to toe decked out as “Knockers Johnson,” filming the opening skit for this year’s pageant on the beach. Other characters were Lucy Luckyano and Ally Capone, possibly the first time some of America’s most famous gangsters ....
There’s something magical that happens when Atlantic City businessmen start thinking about pageants — and marketing — at the same time. Beloved and cherished traditions that last for decades can be born.
Entertainment will become a real drag at Resorts Atlantic City beginning May 5. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. That’s when the born-again First Game in Town will debut the gender-bender production show 'Believe: Divas In A Man’s World' for an extended run.