ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Contestants in the 2016 Miss America pageant sporting butterflies, snowflakes, dice, potatoes and dinosaurs on their shoes hit the Atlantic City Boardwalk Saturday evening for the annual "Show Us Your Shoes" parade.Most of the shoes have designs specific to their contestant's home state. Miss New Jersey, for instance, has dice and Monopoly money on her shoes, in a nod to the pageant's Atlantic City history.
George Guo is showing off one of his son’s Windsor rental properties, a two-bedroom house with a view of the river. The house is up for sale.
It’s small for a Windsor house, but positively roomy compared to much of what’s available on the Toronto rental market. It could definitely use some updating, but it has a large fenced yard, parking and two bathrooms. The floors are a little, well, slanted. But the roof is in good condition.
US premium cable TV provider HBO announced that the next season of award-winning prohibition-era show "Boardwalk Empire" will be its last. "The final call for drinks on the Boardwalk comes this fall," program makers announced on the Twitter feed of the show, starring Steve Buscemi as a politician-gangster in charge of Atlantic City.
It’s been five years now since New Jersey Governor Chris Christie uttered this sentence: “Atlantic City is dying.” The governor’s 2010 plan to turn Atlantic City into “Las Vegas East”—what was it before?—has failed.
LOS ANGELES — A transient from Colorado was charged on Tuesday with murder and assault for allegedly driving his car down Los Angeles’ Venice Beach boardwalk, killing an Italian tourist and injuring 16 other people.
A felony complaint outlined 34 counts against Nathan Louis Campbell, 38, and says he acted willfully. However, it provides no clues about why he allegedly manoeuvred around a vehicle barrier early Saturday evening and plowed into tourists and vendors along the popular walkway along the Pacific.