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As for this weekend, Atlantic City Weekly's Hot Tub Party is taking a trip back in time again, this time checking out some of the best duets of the last 20 years and a round-up of some of the best Super Bowl commercials of the last decade.
In honor of Tony Bennett's performance this weekend at Caesars and the many recent duets Mr. Bennett has done with many of today's stars, we're going back to dig up some of our favorites for you to watch and listen to.
Also this Super Bowl weekend when the New York Giants and New England Patriots clash at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, we're bringing you a playlist of some of the best Super bowl commercials of the last 10 years for you to check out before or during Sunday's big game.
We'll be back next weekend with some more of this fun fresh buzz you've come to enjoy.
From sweet play-lists we've complied or behind the scenes exclusive photos, holiday specials, round-ups, viral videos, fascinating or bizarre facts and stories, you'll find it all here at the hot tub party.
So, switch on the big game, grab yourself some snacks and a cold one and take a dip in this weekend's super bowl duet hot tub party bash.
Best Super Bowl Commercials of the Past Decade:
Our Favorite Duets of All-Time:
In honor of the this week's Jazz at the Point festival in Somers Point, we go cool mode this week.
From elephant-dung crafted roses to bacon lube, we have uncovered some of the very, very worst Valentine's Day gifts.
Atlantic City Weekly's Weekend Hot Tub Party is honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a look back at the outcomes of the civil rights movement, some interesting facts you might not have known and a sweet playlist of songs inspired by Dr. King, some that were even performed at the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom where King delivered his infamous "I Have a Dream" speech.
In honor of 2012, we're going back 20 years to 1992 and bringing you back a nostalgic comparison of pop culture to our present day.
Holiday songs are either dreaded or anticipated. We know there are some songs most people look forward to hearing and others that exist only to irritate and annoy.
This time around, we've assembled our top 10 lists of the best and worst that holiday-themed movies have to offer.
With 11-11-11 and this week's Bombshell of a cover story in mind...
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J. Edgar Hoover, perhaps one of the most powerful politicians in Washington, sometimes considered more powerful than the presidents he served under including Roosevelt, Kennedy and Nixon, was also rumored to be a cross-dresser with numerous stories having emerged about Hoover dressed in drag in New York City, usually in red dresses he called "Mary."