Posts Tagged ‘Atlantic City Boardwalk’

‘Chance of a Lifetime Exotic Car Festival’ at Harry’s

Friday, May 10th, 2013

maserati-granturismo-wallpaperThe ultimate car guy’s fantasy comes to life on the Atlantic City Boardwalk on May 15 and 16 as Harry’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant at Bally’s hosts the ‘Chance of a Lifetime Exotic Car Festival.’

The public is invited to check out a showcase of elite ‘exotic’ cars, and Premier Luxury Rentals  will be offering a once-in-a-lifetime deal to sit behind the wheel of some of the most expensive cars around.

For $500, you can forget about the cars’ large price tags and feed your thirst for speed by driving a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, Audi R8 Spider, Maserati GranTurismo, or a Ferrari California Convertible.

On Wednesday, May 15, the cars will cruise down the Atlantic City Boardwalk — from Showboat to Bally’s — starting at noon. The cars will then be parked on the boards for car lovers on a budget who would like to pose with and take pictures of the racing machines.

The festival will also feature live music and vendors. Harry’s will be featuring revved up specials as well.

Seashore Gardens, MAPS Foundation Hosts 3rd Enriching Lives 5K Run/Walk

Monday, March 4th, 2013

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ATLANTIC CITY- The Seashore Gardens Living Center and MAPS Foundation Inc. will be hosting its third annual Enriching Lives 5K Run/Walk on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Sunday, April 14.

The 5K Walk/Run begins at 9am and registrations starts  7:15am on the Boardwalk just outside of Resorts Casino Hotel. All entrants will receive a commemorative event T-shirt. Awards will be given for the top-three overall male and female, and the top male and female finishing in the following age groups:   15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79 and 80+. There will also be a category for wheelchair participants  and awards including the “Tortoise Award,” the Top Fundraising Team, and the Largest Team.

The honorary race director and runner will be Barbara Altman, a WOND 1400 AM radio personality, along with Michael Weinraub, the executive vice president of Seashore Gardens Living Center.

If you are interested in participating, pre-registration begins April 7 at and  The cost for registration is $25.  Participants will also be able to register online up to the day of the event, as well as sign up on the day of the race for $30.  For more information, contact Sharon D’Angio at (609) 748-4614 or e-mail

— Christina Rodriguez

Jazz organist Dan Fogel returns to perform at the Chicken Bone Beach Concert Series

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010
Dan Fogel

Dan Fogel

Margate resident and jazz organist Dan Fogel is back by popular demand to perform at the 11th annual Chicken Bone Beach Concert Series. The free weekly concert series takes place at Kennedy Plaza on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, located between Mississippi and Georgia avenues (adjacent to Boardwalk Hall). Fogel and his quartet, which includes Fogel on Hammond B3 organ, Pete Chavez on tenor sax, O’Donel Levy on guitar and Webb Thomas on drums, will perform Thursday, Aug. 11, starting at 7pm.

A.C. Boardwalk Among “America’s Best”

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

One of the A.C. Boardwalk's famed rolling chairs.

One of the A.C. Boardwalk's famed rolling chairs. has listed the Atlantic City Boardwalk among “America’s Best Beach Boardwalks.” The Web site says that about 60 U.S. coastal towns have boardwalks, and roughly 25 percent of those include amusement parks that come alive in summer. It lists A.C.’s four-mile stretch of boards No. 3 on a list of 12 iconic Boardwalks across the nation, including Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY, and Virginia Beach Boardwalk on the East Coast, and Long Beach, Hollywood and Santa Cruz boardwalks (all in California) on the West Coast.
“We are honored that Travel and Leisure Online has recognized our Boardwalk as one of the nation’s best,” says Jeff Vasser, president of the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority, in a media release. “The Boardwalk continues to be a signature tourist attraction year after year and we’re proud to be included in such great company.”

Community Leaders Rally Around A.C. Marathon

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

marathonLace up those running shoes because the 51st Atlantic City Marathon is happening! The nation’s third oldest marathon will begin at 8:30am, Sunday, Nov. 15, in front of Boardwalk Hall on the world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk.
The race that almost wasn’t will once again fill the streets of Absecon Island with nearly 2,000 runners going the distance, thanks in large part to the leadership and commitment of the Katz Jewish Community Center (JCC), Harrah’s Entertainment and the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority (ACCVA).
After 20 momentous years of stewardship under race director Barbara Altman, the A.C. Marathon was without an organizer this year. (more…)