Once again, greetings and salutations. Hope you’re all having a ball in the fall. Enjoy now, because in the wink of an eye Halloween will fly by, and before you know it we’ll be on to November and the holidays. Speaking of holidays, you may have seen or even attended our Columbus Day Parade in Philly last Sunday with my pal Chazz Palminteri, this year’s grand marshal, riding along with all the other fine dignitaries. And back at the shore the Golden Nugget had its own fabulous Italian Fest all weekend long. And if you’ve been coming to the Golden Nugget on...
The Richard Stockton College’s School of Arts and Humanities will host the inaugural concert of its newly named jazz orchestra-in-residence on Wednesday, Oct. 22. The Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band (pictured) — a 16-piece jazz ensemble formed over 30 years ago and comprised of some of Atlantic City’s finest musicians — will play Stockton’s Campus Center Theater starting 7:30pm.
If you’ve ever strolled the boardwalk in Atlantic City you have very likely seen the famous Boardwalk Cats. There are several locations along the ‘boards, including near the Trump Taj Mahal, where colonies of feral cats are kept healthy and happy in their outdoor home under the boardwalk.
It takes a lot for a comedian to be comparable to George Carlin, one of the sharpest wits of the 20th century. Here’s the truth: Amy Schumer — who’s appearing at the Borgata this Saturday, Oct. 11 — has indeed earned that comparison.