2007 December 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Lagging attendance at Berkshire Schools athletic boosters’ weekly bingo nights has caused the club to close up shop until mid-January.
Thieves took a gamble against machines and won over the weekend. Money was stolen from Pop-A-Top, Madison Street, after closing time Saturday morning, police said. via Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Socialites and showbiz stars joined business tycoons Tuesday for the opening of the MGM Grand Macau, the latest Las Vegas-backed casino to crowd into the tiny Chinese gambling enclave, hoping to lure China’s growing middle class
Gov. Deval Patrick, leading off a casino gambling hearing that lured Las Vegas chief executives to Beacon Hill, testified Tuesday that lawmakers shouldn’t moralize against casino gambling.
Socialites and stars joined tycoons Tuesday for the opening of the MGM Grand Macau, the latest Las Vegas-backed casino to crowd into this tiny Chinese gambling enclave that hopes to lure China’s growing middle class.
The new Gambling Act, which came into force in September, and the smoking ban, (which has emptied bingo halls across the country), have led to a growth of interest in online bingo.. Tuesday 18 December 2007
As the end of the year approaches, it’s time for another column of government overreach predictions for the New Year. via Fox News
SARASOTA - It’s become the hottest ticket in Sarasota: drag queen bingo. More than 100 people fill the seats around the Canvas Cafe in downtown Sarasota to see Jonathan Hall do his thing.
Succumbing to pressure from City Hall, prizeless drag queen bingo debuted at the Canvas Cafe on Monday night.