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Macau Growth Under Threat as Chinese Travel Farther

Macau is facing threats to its growth from China’s slowing economy and greater foreign competition, escalating the need for the world’s largest gambling hub to diversify from its casino gaming roots. 908 more words

Steve Wynn of The Baseball Project Talks With AF

As all Atlantans know,  thunderstorms in these parts can be fierce.  We mainly love our storms, and miss them when we live in more peaceful climes (read: basically anywhere else in the civilized world).   298 more words

Upcoming Shows

Tonight: Aaron Lee Tasjan at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3

Aaron Lee Tasjan is back in town from East Nashville where he moved last year.  Aaron’s a great songwriter and guitar player, and this set, which starts at 9:30pm, will be well worth your while. 112 more words

Live NYC

Steve Wynn Sketches In Spain

Steve Wynn was a key member of the iconic, post New Wave band The Dream Syndicate.  The band’s debut album (1982’s The Days Of Wine and Roses) 256 more words

New Releases



People always ask me what bands I am looking forward to seeing at SXSW.  While there are  always a few, and I spend a lot of time analyzing shows like many of my friends analyze NCAA brackets, but, for me, what I am REALLY looking forward to is the unexpected experience. 2,885 more words

Verdict Upheld Against 'Girls Gone Wild' Founder

LOS ANGELES (AP) — An appellate court on Monday upheld a $19 million judgment against “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis in a slander case filed over his claims that casino mogul Steve Wynn had threatened to kill him. 304 more words

National News

Krowds, Kids and Ring-Kissing at Koons Kocktails

“Dad! Dad! Dad! Dad! Dad!” screamed Eric Koons, who at six years old is the second youngest of Jeff Koons’ seven children. The mop-haired rascal had been briefly separated from his father outside of the Whitney Museum, which last night hosted a cocktail party for “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective,” a massive day-glo celebration of all things good and bright and beautiful, 150 Koons sculptures and paintings spread over five floors, all devoted to that original perpetrator of ‘80s excess who’s now the art market’s enduring bellwether. 942 more words

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