• REBECCA KING

Make the most out of your weekend with our suggestions on what do in South Jersey. Read more

  • By REBECCA KING
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1. It’s for a great cause. As the name suggests, Elephants for Autism raises money for different charities supporting people with autism, and this year proceeds will go to the Sunshine Foundation. According to the organizer of Elephants for Autism, Jerry Ryan, the money raised from the festi… Read more

  • REBECCA KING

A week after the announcement of P!nk’s upcoming performance, Atlantic City now has another beach concert to look forward to. Brantley Gilbert, the country star known for songs like “Bottoms Up” and “The Weekend,” will perform Thursday, July 13, along the A.C. shore. Read more

  • RYAN LOUGHLIN

An official ribbon cutting for the Miss America organization’s new national offices took place at Boardwalk Hall Wednesday, March 10. The offices, which are located on the the first floor of Boardwalk Hall, help to emphasize the long-standing relationship the pageant has had with both Atlant… Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

The Cult has always been a band with a bit of a mixed identity. Some of their early material bordered on goth, while later releases seemed to channel a more soulful version of AC/DC. But regardless of what genre you wish to pigeonhole them in, the fact remains that somehow this British band … Read more

  • By MARIA WOLF

If you’re a Deadhead — or you just admire The Grateful Dead's music — then mark your calendars now. Tropicana Atlantic City’s hit free concert that pays tribute to the Grateful Dead 8 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at the Grand Exhibition Center. Read more

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  • REBECCA KING

Atlantic City will get nasty Friday, Nov. 10, when Janet Jackson brings her “State of the World” tour to Boardwalk Hall. The Grammy Award-winning singer known for songs like “Rhythm Nation,” “Nasty” and “That’s the Way Love Goes,” will return to the stage with this tour after taking a break … Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

For the fourth year in a row, Spectra by Comcast Spectacor, the provider of Venue Management and Food Services and Hospitality for Boardwalk Hall and the Convention Center in Atlantic City is set to bring back its "Chairman of the Boardwalk" sweepstakes. Read more

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  • BY RYAN LOUGHLIN

“The Price Is Right” has been a part of American pop culture since making its debut on network television in 1956. Generations have heard the call to “come on down!” But while most folks have watched this classic game show on TV, few have had the chance to be in the audience watching it live… Read more

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  • By PAMELA DOLLAK

Before it became commonplace for today’s entertainers to label themselves with just one name — a la Madonna, Prince, Adele — there was a singer of such extraordinary talent, that even though she went professionally by her full first and last appellation, everyone referred to her by just one — Ella. Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

Former SNL alum and Jersey native Joe Piscopo will bring his talents to Atlantic City's Wonder Bar 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 27. Read more