There aren’t many bands like Be Water in the area, and once the rest of the world catches wind of them, they might not stick around the area for much longer.
South Jersey-based rapper JE Double F is at it again, with another full-length album of hazardous tracks full of anti-establishment sentiments and growlings of societal displeasure.
It was showtime inside the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and for the first time in his life, acrobat Ivan Vargas — this time taking to the ring as a clown — was truly nervous.
Global Spectrum, the new operators of Boardwalk Hall, are offering a very cool contest in which one lucky winner will be awarded a pair of tickets to every event at the legendary venue for one year plus a hotel night at a Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City property on event nights plus free parking at the hall each night.
The Atlantic City Alliance is asking the public to select the soundtrack for the massive July 4 fireworks show in Atlantic City, and you might also win something. Go to Facebook.com/DoAtlanticCity and vote for your favorites of the 37 pre-chosen songs and then the show producers will build the fireworks show based on the public’s votes. Categories include “America the Beautiful,” “God Bless America,” “The Star Spangled Banner,” Blake Shelton songs and Pop/top 40 tunes.
Not only has spring officially sprung, it has also sprung in the form of an amazing ticket sale sponsored by Caesars Entertainment.
Bunnies, breakfasts and bonnets — and don’t forget the eggs. There are plenty of Easter-related events on deck throughout South Jersey this weekend, ranging from the traditional fashion promenades, plenty of bunny visits and even a little decoupage egg crafting.
Guitarist and composer Theodore “Teddy” Royal will perform at the upcoming Jersey Shore Jazz Vespers 4 p.m. Sunday, April 20, at Asbury United Methodist Church in Atlantic City.
The Chelsea in Atlantic City will host an on-site job fair 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.
Don’t back down to cancer. That’s the message chef Jon “JD” Austin is looking to get across at an esophageal cancer benefit 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday, April 27, at Boogie Nights at the Tropicana Casino and Resort.
Belle Knox’s days at Duke University begin like most typical college students — breakfast at the dining hall, going to classes, studying and then work.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa will once again show why it’s the place to play poker in Atlantic City as it hosts its fifth annual Spring Poker Open through April 26.
The Bay-Atlantic Symphony will perform the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in a special non-subscription concert on Saturday, April 12, at Dante Hall Theater of Richard Stockton College in Atlantic City.
Nachos and beer? That’s a no-brainer. But beer and chocolate? It may sound like an unusual pairing at first, but, much like the odd-sounding bacon and chocolate combo before it, the two get along together much better than most people realize.
It was just 14 years ago when Franklin Ojeda Smith laid in a hospital bed at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, battling colon cancer and wondering how he would pull through.
It’s always cool when new conventions come to town. In May 2015, the A.C. Boardwalk Con will provide a Comic Con-like experience. But long before that — Sept. 26 to 28, in fact — SOCON will make its debut at Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort.
Where else would you go for National Cheese Fondue Day on April 11 than The Melting Pot at Tanger Outlets — The Walk in Atlantic City?
Do you want to be a reality star? Then head to Revel Casino Hotel’s Ovation Hall noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, for a casting call for Season 16 of CBS’ hit show “Big Brother.”
Mohegan Sun’s lively Q&A sessions with reality stars at Resorts Casino Hotel continues 9 p.m. Sunday, April 6, at Bar One as it features Capt. Ralph Wilkins of “Wicked Tuna,” the reality series about commercial bluefin tuna fishermen based on Massachusetts.
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” opens in IMAX at the Tropicana Casino and Resort on Friday, April 4, with “Captain America” offering special pre-screenings 8 and 10:45 p.m. Thursday, April 3.
Through the years, the folks at Maloney’s have given the people of South Jersey countless memories. Some memories might seem like yesterday, while many others have been hazy since day one.
Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev will be looking for his 22nd knockout when he returns to the ring for his 2014 debut to defend his WBO World Light Heavyweight title against undefeated challenger Cedric Agnew on Saturday, March 29, at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
The House of Blues is once again offerings its amazing Heineken VIP Pass, which means you can enjoy an entire year of concerts, VIP line access, House of Blues discounts, seat upgrades and more.
Before the biggest stars in sports entertainment bodyslam and piledrive their way into New Orleans on April 6 for “WrestleMania XXX,” some of the wrestlers participating in the Super Bowl of wrestling will battle in Atlantic City as World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) makes its annual stop as part of their “Road To WrestleMania” tour 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at Boardwalk Hall.
Culture Collective will team up with Poetic Kenetic and Works of Art Dance Company to present “Nina in Motion,” a modern dance concert celebrating the life, music and legacy of Nina Simone, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at Dante Hall in Atlantic City.
The Absecon Lighthouse will present the performance, “Lit with a Dim Bulb,” a comedy about the Jersey Devil atop the historic lighthouse, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22.
Parades, parties, leprechauns, whiskey flights, food and fiddles — there is enough Irish-themed celebrating in South Jersey to make anyone go green for a day.
Maxwell Football Club will bring its annual National Awards Gala, celebrating the 2013 football season at the professional, collegiate and high school levels, to Revel Casino Hotel’s Ovation Hall 5 p.m. Friday, March 14.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and The 200 Club of Atlantic and Cape May Counties will host the 29th annual Cape/Atlantic Memorial Service and Brunch, honoring police, fire and rescue personnel who have died in the line of duty, noon Sunday, March 16, at Borgata’s Event Center in Atlantic City.
Wayde King and Brett Raymer always enjoyed thinking outside the box for their wild aquarium creations — they just never imagined they’d be famous for it.
Before he created lavish ice sculptures for the wedding of Bill and Melinda Gates, before he appeared on shows such as “Rachael Ray” and “David Letterman,” and long before he traveled the world winning ice-sculpting competitions, Peter Slavin sculpted his very first block of ice at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Academy of Culinary Arts.
David’s Bridal, Things Remembered, and Men’s Wearhouse are just a few of the premier bridal vendors exhibiting at the 8th annual Bliss Bridal Expo, taking place noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 9, in the Grand Exhibition Center at Tropicana Casino and Resort.
More than 200 antiques dealers will come to the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort this weekend for the annual Atlantic City Antiques Show, taking place Saturday, March 8, and Sunday, March 9, inside the Mark G. Etess Arena.
The B Street Band, known for its strong covers of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, will begin its residency at The Social at Revel Casino Hotel 9 p.m. Friday, March 14.
If you're a fan of everything, or anything, geek, you won't want to miss AC Boardwalk Con (ACBC) coming to Atlantic City May 14 through May 17, 2015.
Matthew Abbott is in good company when he brings his bold, neon classic car and hot rod signs to a resort known for its glitzy, neon-lit casino skyline.
The celebration of Atlantic City Mayor Donald A Guardian’s election will unfold at the “A New Beginning for Atlantic City Inaugural Ball 2014,” a scholarship event taking place 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, at Resorts Casino Hotel.
Atlantic City Fashion Week returns to The Pier Shops at Caesars Friday, Feb. 28, through Sunday, March 2. Maybe it should be called Fashion Weekend.
How nice is it to hear that an Atlantic City casino is so busy that it needs to hold an “emergency job fair.”
The United Republican Club of Egg Harbor Township will host its annual roast and dinner 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Tropicana Casino and Resort. Democrat and trade union leader Roy Foster, who helped guide Don Guardian to become the new mayor of Atlantic City, will be the brunt of everyone’s insults.
The General Lee car will be in The Chelsea hotel lobby 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, through 8:30 a.m. Sunday, March 2.
Attorney Ken Calemmo admits his palette has gotten slightly more simplistic with age — but he is not about to sacrifice taste when he dons his chef’s hat for the 13th time at The Pool at Harrah’s Resort on Thursday.
Food can do much more than feed — it can bring communities together for a good cause and help to serve those who are most in need.
Magician Joe Holiday, who performs an all-ages magic show at The Comedy Stop at the Tropicana Casino and Resort 6:30 p.m. nightly except Wednesdays is teaming with owner Bob Kephart to offer a free show on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
Absecon Lighthouse in Atlantic City will host “An Evening of Romance & Renewal” on Valentine’s Day, Friday, Feb. 14.
You may not want to call him Francis, but Frank Orsini certainly won’t mind you calling him one of the hardest working musicians in South Jersey.
Temperatures have hovered at or below the freezing mark for the past few weeks, but organizers at the upcoming Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show are hoping that 2014 attendees will at least be thinking — and hoping for — spring.
Former Philadelphia Flyers left winger Bob Kelly has only one request when he takes to the ice at Boardwalk Hall this Sunday with some of his fellow Broad Street Bullies.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first appearance on American shores, heralding in a new era of popular music. Long Live The Beatles transports audience members back to that era with a chronological trip through the Fab Four’s influential career from beginning to end.
Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City are celebrating the Asian New Year — the Year of the Horse — with its annual celebration that is free and open to the public on Saturday, Feb. 8.