2007 February 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings - Page 2
While betting on the Lottery isn’t the same as investing in Wall Street, there is at least one similarity. Both methods of making some cash involve knowing something about numbers. Investing in financial markets means there’s at least a promise of so
To coincide with the premiere of The Amazing Race Season 11, the all-star edition of CBS’s popular reality TV show, IndependentTraveler.com has unveiled its top 10 favorite destinations from the show’s previous seasons. While The Amazing Race 11 cele
When Ellen Degeneres hosts the Academy Awards in Hollywood, she will appear simultaneously in Sedona at an event featuring the Sedona Arts Festival and the Sedona International Film Festival. Is it magic or perhaps a Sedona vortex? Yes, it is mag
Joker’s Casino & Sports Bar closes its gambling business this week. It’s the second Tri-City cardroom to close in seven months. Like any poker game you’ve got to look at your hand and decide if you’re gonna to keep going or fold. The owner of Jok
This year, the deadline is April 17 for federal and state returns. Gambling winnings are taxable and must be reported on your return. Such income includes, but is not limited to, winnings from lotteries, raffles, horse and dog races and casinos, a
Legislation to authorize casino gambling at racetracks and non-racing facilities via constitutional amemdment was introduced Feb. 20 in the Kentucky House of Representatives.
Quadcard Entertainment Inc announces the availability of Instant Credit on its flagship bingo website, www.ibingo.com. For the first time ever, bingo players can apply for online casino credit at rates and terms more favorable than the major credit c
Submitted Story The Dayton High School class of 2007 will have the traditional Sober Grad Night thanks to community members, parents, DHS faculty, and students who stepped up when the celebration was about to …
NEW YORK — Tristan Marsh hits Mo Pitkin’s House of Satisfaction hungry for his numbers to come up. Adjusting his Hunter S. Thompson-style shades, the 22-year-old rubs his palms together like a craps junkie, sips a beer — and waits.