2007 February 13 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) — MGM Mirage plans a second Macau casino resort and may pursue additional projects in the Chinese gambling enclave, Chief Executive Terry Lanni said on Tuesday at the Reuters Hotels and Casinos Summit 2007.
San Francisco Plumbers union boss Larry Mazzola’s quest to turn a concert venue into an Indian gambling casino hit a significant roadblock last week as supervisors in Lake County unanimously adopted a resolution opposing the idea. “I packed that hall,” said Supervisor Rob Brown, sponsor of the …
The Beaverton Lions Club recently held another successful fundraiser, by raising over $2,500 to help support their many ongoing community efforts.
The Twin Town Villa became a temporary bingo parlor Sunday as folks turned out to try their luck at winning a big pot. The event was held from 1:30-4:30 p.m. to raise Dollars for Scholars.
Louisiana’s state-licensed casinos won $196.9 million in January, down slightly from a year ago when a post-hurricane gambling boom shoved more money through fewer outlets.
Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) — Adam Rapp describes his new play, “Essential Self-Defense,'’ as a “fable-like nightmare'’ with punk-rock karaoke, disappearing children and a Midwestern misfit who takes a job as an attack dummy in a women’s self-defense class.
Oregon lawmakers are again considering banning smoking in bars, restaurants, bowling allies and bingo halls.
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I n a surprising move, the Captain last week abandoned his rotary dial phone in favor of a slick mobile model.