• RYAN LOUGHLIN

It seems like for the month of May, “bashes” are suddenly en vogue at Golden Nugget Atlantic City. In addition to A.C. Weekly’s incredible Burger Bash (for more on that turn to page 14) The Deck at Golden Nugget will also play host to “Bike Bash” 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 24. Read more

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  • BY RYAN LOUGHLIN

Everyone loves to watch someone famous get taken down a few pegs by a good roast. Comedian Jeff Ross — who comes to Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s Music Box 9 p.m. Saturday, March 18 — is the king of this particular art form. Rising to fame through a series of nationally televised celebrit… Read more

  • RYAN LOUGHLIN

The Garden State Film Festival, which is now in its 15th year, has announced that A.C. Weekly’s own Scott Cronick has been named Honorary Chair for this year’s event. The festival, hosted by Resorts Casino Hotel, runs from March 30 to April 2 and is the largest of its kind in the state. Read more

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  • BY RYAN LOUGHLIN

Entertainment in Atlantic City takes many forms. From the sentimental warmth of a live Christmas show to the raunchy, carnal pleasures offered by the strip clubs, the options on any given night in this town are plentiful to say the least. Read more

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  • RYAN LOUGHLIN

Golden Nugget Atlantic City has always been on the cutting edge as far as entertainment is concerned. They have consistently brought in some of the biggest names in live music and stand-up comedy, and their recent addition of online gaming with live dealers has shown them to be ahead of the … Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

Barbecue is built for bragging rights. Traditionally cooked at home in backyards across the nation, it’s the type of masculine, meat-based cuisine that practically begs for somebody to say “Mine’s better than yours.” Read more

  • NICHOLAS HUBA, Staff Writer

ATLANTIC CITY — The state Department of Labor and Workforce Development will be hosting a job fair Thursday at Atlantic Cape Community College’s city campus. Read more

  • NICHOLAS HUBA, Staff Writer

ATLANTIC CITY — Gaming revenue at the city’s eight brick-and-mortar casinos fell nearly 7 percent this August compared with a year ago, led by a huge slide at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, according to state figures released Wednesday. Read more