TV host in Atlantic City for the ongoing 'Price Is Right' live game show at Harrah's Resort.
He remains passionate about politics — he calls it the most important thing in his life besides his family — and has been giving speeches in Ohio in support of President Barack Obama’s reelection.
At the same time, he’s also hosting a new dating show called Baggage, which debuted in national syndication two weeks ago.
Modest about his success almost to a fault, Springer said he’s never struggled to land a job or has even had to audition for anything. So he’d never be presumptuous enough to suggest he still has some unfulfilled career goals.
But he does have one item on his bucket list.
“If the Yankees asked me to play center field, then yeah, OK,” he says with a laugh about his favorite team. “Or maybe even just announce the games, but I’d never be able to be objective.”
Casual conversations with the stars. Watch the Emmy-winning Curtain Call with David Spatz, Saturdays at 6pm on WMGM-TV NBC40.
Something is happening in Atlantic City’s main casino venues this weekend that — barring another hurricane or some other act of God — will probably never happen again this year.
Seven years after the Boardwalk Bullies, a minor-league hockey team, skated off the Boardwalk en route to a new home in California, could Atlantic City be on the verge of hosting yet another professional sports franchise?
Fourteen years after his eponymous sitcom left the television airwaves following a ratings-topping nine seasons, Jerry Seinfeld has finally reached the point where his art imitates his life, and vice versa.
Plus, Resorts' new Rewards Program partnership with Mohegan Sun, the Album of the Week (The Wallflowers) and Drew Toonz.
Area casinos provide opportunities to win cash and prizes, as well as offering special room rates and other upgrades and amenities based on your casino play
Atlantic City is staring down the barrel of Labor Day weekend after experiencing the single most diverse array of live entertainment ever presented here during one summer. Not just during the last 34 summers of the casino era, either, but throughout its entire gaudy, bawdy and, occasionally tawdry 160-year-old past.
Nothing about real estate is like it should be, but it’s better than you might think.
Joey Fatone tells AC Weekly: “It was perfect timing because I got offered a movie role for a film that is set in Atlantic City. We’re shooting all around, Wildwood, NJ, some in Philly and some here in A.C.”
A comprehensive listing of entertainment coming to the Atlantic City casinos, Boardwalk Hall and Bader Field.
Pinpointing the origins of the term “progressive rock” as a genre may be tough, but the distinctive sound Blue Öyster Cult created when it came onto the scene in the early 1970s might serve as a type of touchstone. The band fused a sort of psychedelic edge — driven in part by lyrics born out of band manager Sandy Pearlman’s poetry, and lead singer Eric Bloom’s love for science fiction — with the heavy metal and hard-rock sounds of the day. It sold over 14 million albums worldwide, released 16 studio and live albums, and kind of reinvented itself later by recording soundtracks to popular video games like the Rock Band...
IT SURE ISN'T AS EASY AS IT looks on TV. Invited to check out the interactive fun at The Price is Right Live Stage Show at the Showboat, I brought my pal Sally with me to try her luck. How hard can it be? After all I'm a bargain-hunting demon at the supermarket. I know all the prices -- well, except for cleaning products, which I try to purchase as infrequently as possible. Housework is not my strong suit. After we checked in at the door, we were given those big yellow price tags with our names on them and escorted to our seats. When I go out with Sally, I usually insist on taking the aisle seat, but I couldn't this time. In order to keep the game running smoothly, you have to stay in your assigned seat. It wouldn't do to have someone "Come on down" and not be the one who hit the electronic keypad with the correct answer. I was not surprised that being left-handed handicapped me from the start. Each seat has the keypad attached on the right side of their seat. While the wire was long enough to place it on my lap within striking...
The moment Mike Epps realized his comedy tour would bring him to hurricane-battered Atlantic City, he promptly decided to donate a portion of his ticket sales to the storm relief effort. Then he did the next logical thing: He began working on some Sandy-esque material.
Whitney Cummings Talks
Liza Minnelli, Broken Leg and All
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