• Turiya S.A. Raheem

ATLANTIC CITY — Former state senator William Gormley and his wife, Ginny, joined Atlantic City school administrators, parents and friends to hear the Orchestral Academy’s first public concert at Sovereign Avenue School, and they were overjoyed to see what the students had accomplished in the… Read more

  • Whitney Ullman

Heading into the spring and summer months, the dread of bathing suit season is upon us. Typically I don’t talk about dieting and diet ideas, only because most seem to be fads and it all differs with your genetic makeup. But recently, I heard about two South Jersey moms, Danuta Highet (a mech… Read more

  • Whitney Ullman

This week in Atlantic City there are so many fun events happening, there’s no excuse for the winter blues. Starting tonight — Thursday, Jan. 27 — make sure to head on out to Boogie Nights for the 2011 Reader’s Choice Nightlife Awards Party starting at 8pm. This party is so much fun, and Atla… Read more

  • Jeff Schwachter

IT SEEMS AS THOUGH THE ATLANTIC City Food & Wine Festival, presented by Harrah’s Entertainment, was a success and a blast last weekend. (Check out our poll on our re-launched Web site's front page.) Read more

  • Whitney Ullman

Wow … thank you everyone for all of your feedback on my last column about the grass not always being greener. Read more

  • AC Weekly contributors

The Foundation Room at Showboat’s House of Blues will serve as site for the inaugural “Wii RockBand” competition to benefit the Atlantic County Women’s Center (ACWC) next Saturday, Aug. 15, from 6-9pm. If you’re a rock-star wannabe and/or believe you’ve mastered the popular video game — whic… Read more

  • Carole Mattessich

With her father a well-known, successful attorney, Alexa D’Amato had a tough act to follow — but as the “second generation” at the D’Amato Law Firm in Linwood, she’s distinguishing herself with her own thoughtful approach to law, her pro-bono activities, and her deep devotion to a marvelous,… Read more