3: Showboat Casino Hotel first opens in Atlantic City, New Jersey. 5: The FOX network expands its programming into prime time with the premieres of the sitcom "Married... with Children" and the sketch comedy series "The Tracey Ullman Show". 9: U.S. President Ronald Reagan describes bugging of the US embassy in Moscow as "outrageous." A journalist asks him about the U.S. bugging of the Soviet embassy in Washington. Reagan replies that further discussion "wouldn't be useful." 13: The governments of the Portuguese Republic and the People's Republic of China sign an agreement in which Macau will be returned to China in 1999. 17: On the eve of April 17, 1987 Osama bin Laden leads his assault in the Soviet-Afghan War with a force of 120 fighters to attack the Afghan government outpost near Khost. It is his first company sized attack in the Soviet-Afghan War that he had planned for months in advanced. 19: The Simpsons cartoon first appears as a series of shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show on the FOX Network. 21: In Colombo, Sri Lanka, The Central Bus Station Bombing kills 113 civilians. 27: The United States Department of Justice declares incumbent Austrian president Kurt Waldheim an "undesirable alien". 30: Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and the Provincial Premiers agree on principle to the Meech Lake Accord which would bring Quebec into the constitution.
Phew! Booked a hotel for 4 on announcement day. Had 2 more friends that want to join so just tried finding a suite and boy oh boy they’re all gone. Where’s everyone staying and what are y’all paying a night?? Gonna be a packed house good luck to everyone buying tickets today (:
Help plz: old school / cheap hotel casino for about 15 people?
Never been to AC, but a bunch of folks from both East and West coast will be gathering in late December. Would love to find a dive bar hotel casino for us, but have no experience with AC and online searching not really productive. Thank you in advance.
On This Date In California Weather History (August 8)
2001: A strong thunderstorm in Twentynine Palms caused property damage. 1989: Truckee recorded 1.21" of precipitation. 1989: One of the most severe convective outbreaks of record in Southern California began on 8/7 and continued until 8/11, when it climaxed. Over 1" of rain hit Idyllwild on 8/9 and more than a 0.50" fell on Palm Springs on 8/10. 1989: Three days of widespread monsoon activity, on a level that hadn't been seen in SoCal and the Mojave Desert for several years, began. The highest wind gust ever recorded in Las Vegas occurred on this date. Winds gusting to 90 mph were recorded at McCarran International Airport which received most of the damage. Forty two airplanes were damaged at McCarran while another 22 aircraft were damaged at Sky Harbor Airport in Henderson. Damage estimates reached $14 million. Also on this date, the most impactful storm occurred just west of Death Valley. Runoff from thunderstorms in the mountains resulted in two feet of mud to wash onto Highway 395 near Lone Pine, CA closing the highway for 12 hours. Just north and south of the junction of Highways 395 and 190, runoff from mountain thunderstorms covered the highways with water and mud. Flash Flood debris also found its way into the Los Angeles Aquaduct, producing a dam of debris that extended for nearly a mile. 1981: The high temperature at Portola was 107° F. 1981: It was 92° F in Big Bear Lake, the highest temperature on record for August. This also occurred on 8.25.1985 and on 8.29.1974. 1975: Mount Hamilton hit its all-time record high of 103° F. 1970: It was 100° F in Palomar Mountain, the highest temperature on record. This also occurred on eight other days. 1967: Las Vegas was hit by two storms which bore in from the south and covered a 50-square-mile area. Damage was estimated in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. The Showboat Hotel on Boulder Highway was forced to close its casino, restaurant, and showroom when muddy floodwaters invaded through the kitchen doors, passed clearly through the large building and out the front doors. At Caesars Palace on the Strip, a casino boss said the water was deep enough in the front of the hotel to "swim in". 1965: A sudden thunderstorm dropped “several inches of rain” on the foothills south of Lucerne Valley. A flash flood covered a 50 foot wide canyon floor with 4' of water. 21 members of the Riverside Jeep Club were stranded as the club was in the canyon at the time. Three jeeps were demolished, one being swept 300 foot down the canyon. 1963: A heavy thunderstorm struck Victorville - Desert Knolls with 1.67" in two hours and Victorville with 0.81". No deaths or injuries occurred in the flash floods, but there were rescues of motorists. Some flooding was three feet deep in Apple Valley, 4-5 feet deep on Old Woman Springs Road. 1947: A heavy thunderstorm struck Needles, causing damage to highways and railroads, including Highway 66 (Old Route 66). 1936: The remnants of a tropical cyclone brought widespread light rain to the coast and valleys of Southern California; no major issues were reported. 1908: Fresno reached 113° F, tying an all-time record high for the month of August set on August 11, 1898. Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego
The movie was fun and had a great core about the Force, but the surrounding narrative needed some work. (This idea is 2000 words. TL;DR - Phasma on Canto Bight, shuffle some scenes between the three threads, and cut out most of the action sequence on Crait so we can get from snuffing Snoke to Luke's showboating more quickly.) George Lucas’s original cut of Star Wars had numerous scenes that sapped the movie of momentum. I want to take a cue from Marcia Lucas, who reedited Star Wars into the theatrical version by tightening slack and using a few voiceovers to clarify plot points. She even added in the idea that the Death Star was approaching the rebel base on Yavin IV, which wasn’t in the original version George Lucas put together. (Okay, I’d add some new scenes too, which Marcia Lucas didn’t have the luxury of.) The core story of "Let the past die," and "Failure is a teacher" with Luke, Rey, and Kylo Ren was great. We keep that nearly unchanged. I’d make three noteworthy narrative changes.
1. Phasma pursues Finn and Rose to the casino Canto Bight, raising the tension of that mission.
2. Shuffle the slow-speed chase scenes. Move the attack that nearly kills Leia to later in the ‘slow speed chase,’ and make it an act of rage by Kylo Ren after Rey tries to turn him through the psychic link.
3. The death of Snoke leads immediately to an assault on the base on the salt planet Crait, so there is one climax, not two.
Slow Speed Chase, Pt. 1. First, just for my sci-fi nerd nitpicking’s sake, I’d surround Crait with an asteroid field, to explain why the good guys didn’t come out of hyperspace right by the planet, and why the First Order can’t simply do a hyperspace jump to get ahead of them. It’s not even safe for fighters, so Kylo Ren doesn’t initially go attack. As in the original, Rose and Finn figure out they're being tracked, and go to find a slicer who can help. We actually have Finn and Rose’s mission be condoned by Leia. Phasma’s Pursuit. Poe wants to go with Finn, but Leia refuses because he disobeyed her in the opening action sequence. This forces Finn to be the lead hero, where previously he’d had Poe or Han with him. I’d make Rose slightly reluctant to go out on a mission while she's still grieving her sister's death. Finn thus has a chance to inspire Rose (who will in turn inspire others to join the resistance.) This plot thread was lacking in character growth, so let’s work some in. Their ship departs, and is tracked by the First Order. Hux tells Phasma to pursue them, and says they know the rebels might go to ground on some nearby world, so while she's on Canto Bight, there's something he needs her to pick up. Phasma gives us an actual antagonist in this thread, raises the stakes, and makes the fight between her and Finn on the star destroyer more affecting. Finn and Rose still see all the casino stuff that expands the Star Wars setting in a cool way, and they get accosted by a few storm troopers. Finn and BB8 take them out, while Rose initially fails to be effective. Finn gives her a pep talk afterward about how in his first firefight, he never even shot his blaster because he didn’t know what he was fighting for. We simplify how they meet their slicer DJ (Benicio del Toro). He's gambling and seems like he might be willing to help, but they’re spotted by Phasma and have to flee. During the chase they come across the kids in the stables, and seeing their suffering galvanizes Rose. She convinces the kids to help, which leads to a quick mounted chase sequence. The pair link back up with Benicio and force themselves into his hotel suite to hide. DJ can do his ‘arms dealer’ speech in his hotel room instead of a ship. He agrees to help them, and says to follow them to his ship, but when the hangar opens, it reveals the laser battering ram Doom Cannon, which the First Order needs to crack into the bunker on Crait. And Phasma is in the hangar too. Benicio has betrayed them, and Phasma takes them prisoner to execute back with the First Order. BB8 stows away on Phasma’s ship. Slow Speed Chase, Pt. 2. Admiral Holdo (Laura Dern) gives a speech inspiring the forces to hold out hope, and then she dresses down Poe for caring more about his own glory than about the unity and morale of the movement. We don’t need Poe’s mutiny attempt, though, because we’ve shortened the casino plot, and thus don't need as many scenes for this plot. We intercut as in the theatrical release with Rey on Ach-To. After Luke interrupts the hand-holding of Rey and Kylo, Kylo receives word that the resistance fleet is about to reach Crait. He's already angry, so he goes to board his fighter, disobeying Hux. Meanwhile Rey yells at Luke and decides to leave Ach-To. Kylo flies through the asteroid field to try to kill Leia and free himself of his conflict. Leia orders fighters scrambled in defense, but to stay close to the ships where they have cover, but Poe still remembers being tortured by Kylo Ren, so he disobeys and gets reckless. His ship is clipped by an asteroid, and without BB8 to repair it, he can't stop Kylo. Kylo still hesitates to kill his mother, but the TIEs attack and the lead ship’s bridge is destroyed. Leia still barely survives (but instead of flying through space, I’d have her stagger into the airlock right before the attack hits.) Kylo withdraws, frustrated but unable to hold out any longer. Poe limps his X-Wing back onto the ship, horrified at his failure. And on Ach-To, Luke breaks down as he feels what he thinks is Leia dying. He destroys the temple and gets to see Yoda, which I thought was a great scene. The Climax. A small beat I’d add early on is that when Snoke harasses Hux through his hologram, people on the bridge react to the power on their consoles flickering and the room darkening, as a sort of electronic interference due to the power of the Dark Side. Also, for narrative simplicity, I’d have Snoke on the same ship as Hux. So, with Leia heavily injured, Rey shows up on the First Order capital ship, and Phasma brings in the Doom Cannon and her two prisoners. Hux smugly gathers his forces so they can witness the execution of the traitor FN-2187, and we have a scene on the resistance cruiser where they pick up communications chatter, of forces being ordered to attend the execution. Laura Dern’s admiral tells Poe that Finn’s mission was a failure, but the First Order will be distracted. This will be their one chance. They’ll break out of the cover of the asteroid field and send shuttles to head for the planet’s surface. She and a skeleton crew on the cruiser will provide them cover. Finn gives a short, defiant speech to the gathered storm troopers, with the theme that he’s been more in control of his life during his few days as a rebel than he ever was as a soldier. As they’re bringing out the axes for Finn & Rose, Phasma tells Hux that the resistance fleet is breaking from the asteroids. Hux sighs, laments he’ll miss the execution, and heads for the bridge, ordering the Doom Cannon to be readied in case any resistance ships get past them. We play the two imminent executions in parallel - Rey in front of Snoke and Finn & Rose in front of the First Order, while the resistance shuttles are fired upon, and Poe is helpless, tending to a weak Leia. Then Kylo has his awesome execution of Snoke, except in our version he’s a sort of ‘load-bearing boss.’ His death releases a pulse of Dark Side energy that knocks out the shields to the First Order fleet. Admiral Laura Dern hears the shields are down and sees they have a momentary opening, so she sends the ship to light speed. That shatters half the First Order fleet. We get to keep the coolest visual of the whole movie without raising the question why nobody else ever tried this in the other movies. And it creates chaos so Finn and Rose can make a break for it. Kylo Ren and Rey fight off the Praetorian Guard, and after Rey rejects Kylo and flees, she and Finn both get a signal from Chewie, who has flown in on the Falcon. She realizes where Finn is and reunites with him in the exploding hangar bay. Rose, who was excited to meet Finn, positively geeks out at meeting Rey, but only for a moment, and they escape in the knick of time as the shuttle bay explodes. Unlike the theatrical version, we don’t slow down very long here. Hux rushes to the Supreme Leader’s chambers and gets put in his place by Kylo, who orders an immediate assault on Crait. Kylo leads the forces down, but Hux tells one of his subordinates to command the assault (mostly to trim the number of characters in our climax). The Resistance ships skid their way into the hangar, and Poe notices the ‘snow’ is actually salt. They get a report that ships are incoming, and they start to close the door. It’s nearly shut when Leia senses Rey, and Poe recognizes the Falcon. The door shuts before they can get inside, but they call to Finn and Rey, who are pursued by TIEs. Leia asks if Luke’s with them, but Rey says she failed. Finn says his mission was a bust too. Poe glances to Leia’s injuries and says something to the effect of yeah, this day isn’t making any of them look good. Rose says that they’re seeing a huge First Order landing force, including the Doom Cannon, which will blast right through their door. They’ll circle and look for something that might possibly help. Leia tells them to just run, but everybody on the Falcon refuses, saying they need Leia to rally people against the First Order. Poe insists, and says that they need to follow orders before anyone else dies for no reason. Finn scoffs and says to wait a few more minutes before giving that order. The First Order lands, has a defensive perimeter of walkers, and begins to charge their laser. The crew on the Falcon try to make an attack run (and kick up some salt revealing swaths of red crystal in the process), but they get driven off by TIEs that pursue them. The Doom Cannon fires, slags the door, and destroys a couple shuttles. Kylo orders the cannon readied for another shot. Leia slumps, saying this must be where the light dies. And then Luke arrives. From there, the climax plays out basically the same, which was excellent. During the distraction, Poe figures out the way out, Rey lifts rocks, and they fly off in the Falcon. Luke trolls Kylo and the First Order, apologizes for his failure, then passes on in serenity. The Denouement. Our grace note is on the Falcon, safely in hyperspace. Rose tells Poe what Finn said just before his execution, and Finn is uncomfortable in the role of hero, brushing it off. He claims he was just stalling to stay alive. Rose says that still, it inspired her. Then we cut to Maz Canata, recounting to a couple wannabe heroes in a bar the tale of a single pilot swooping over the ruins of her cantina, taking out fifty TIEs by himself; then a trio of First Order storm troopers warily loading weapons onto a transport, before taking off their helmets and hurling them off the ship in disdain before flying away to join the rebellion; and then finally the kids telling the story about Luke, ending in that shot of a kid looking to the stars.
Had a few days off with my husband, so we decided to drive down for a night. I would have posted this in a NJ sub, but almost nobody I talked to there last night seemed to actually be from Jersey. Seems the locals have gotten some memo that I obviously didn't. I'm not suggesting that it was ever the height of class or anything, but I haven't been there since all the hotels/casinos closed down (Bally's, Showboat, all the Trump properties, that stupid party one that lasted like two years, maybe a couple others), and it just seemed noticeably more awful and rundown than ever. I've been offered drugs in the clubs there before (I don't partake), but certainly never in the middle of the casino floor in front of several security guards walking around. A couple of the remaining hotels/casinos seem to be undergoing renovations, but otherwise it feels pretty dead. Is that it for Atlantic City, or is there hope for some sort of revival at all? Edit: And just because I decided to look up vintage photos of it at its prime, here's a horse being thrown into a pool from a ladder behind what appears to be the Taj
There are currently nine casino hotels operating in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The former Showboat Casino has been converted into the Showboat Hotel, the former Trump Plaza Casino and former Atlantic Club Casino are both awaiting development. Ballys Atlantic City (609) 340-2000 1900 Pacific Avenue Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa (609) 317-1000 1 Borgata Way Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino (609) 348-4411 2100 Pacific Avenue Golden Nugget Atlantic City (609) 441-2000 600 Huron Avenue Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (609) 449-1000 1000 Boardwalk Harrahs Resort Atlantic City (609) 441-5000 777 Harrah’s Boulevard Ocean Resort Casino (609) 783-8210 500 Boardwalk Resorts Casino Hotel (609) 344-6000 1133 Boardwalk Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City (609) 340-4000 2831 Boardwalk Atlantic City Casino list provided by Airport Chariot® Car Service and Limo via https://www.airportchariotcarservice.com/list-current-atlantic-city-casinos/ Airport Chariot® Car Service and Limo provides car service,airport shuttle and limousine transportation to/from the Atlantic City, NJ area and all airports and destinations. www.airportchariotcarservice.com
Since Revel Casino is about to close, here are some of the panoramic views from NJ from Atlantic City's tallest building. I'll miss this resort.
I'll miss this resort chiefly for the food, the gambling floor (my first "serious" casino win - $75 bucks in roulette), the cute girls (whether staff or club-minded patrons), and the impeccable rooms, but yes, the views will be missed, as well. By me, at least. The 1,400-room resort stands 710 feet / 216 meters tall. Even at the hotel's midsection, the visitor stands as high as the tops of most hotels in the city. Note that the Showboat, in the foreground, is about to close within the month, as well. I never even got to visit. The highest publicly accessible floor, over 600 feet above the Boardwalk, allows an unobstructed bird's-eye-view of the entire city. The Steel Pier Amusement Park is fun to watch from up there, especially with a good zoom lens. It was not only about the building's height, but also its end-of-Boardwalk position, which allowed for awe-inspiring, unobstructed ocean sunrise vistas. I'm a construction industry professional, but I follow real estate, as well as politics, very closely. I refuse to believe that this one will stay down for too long. There is just too much money invested here; too many political interests involved - not only is it the symbol of expected revival for the entire city, but even Governor Christie is a major supporter of the resort's future; and having a 60-story, 1,400-room colossus sitting abandoned and literally rotting and corroding away is in absolutely no one's best interests. Yeah, the spread of gambling in Pennsylvania is the latest hit against AC, one that likely killed Revel. I don't oppose PA's actions - they do what they have to do in order to stay competitive and serve their residents. Still, even if gambling would no longer be a key driving force, AC will more than likely reinvent itself once again. After all, 70-100 years ago it used America's premier family resort, and after the advent of jet travel, the city was in much worse shape than it is today. It saved itself by reinventing its strategy via legalizing gambling. With proper administration, the city can reinvent and save itself once again.
One century ago, there was no better place in the United States or elsewhere for those who enjoy gambling that Atlantic City and its plethora of casinos. 2014 has been a terrible year for the gambling industry here, with many venues closing their doors and even more announcing bankruptcy. Recent news are far from inspiring, with Revel Casino Hotel announcing its intention to shut down one week before the deadline, set for early September. Apparently, they are bleeding money at a fast pace and each week they need to stay open, translates to more than $1 million lost. The Division of Gaming Enforcement didn't allow the initial deadline and a new decision is yet to be reached. To add insult to injury, a guard working for the aforementioned casino placed a bag of money on the top of the armored car which obviously fell off. Nobody knows what happened to the money and who the lucky winner of a $21,000 jackpot might have been. Caesars Entertainment is not doing much better, at least not in Atlantic City where their casinos are quickly shutting down. Showboat is the latest venue and by the end of the month, this iconic casino will no longer welcome players with roulette, baccarat tables and slot machines. Obviously, the owners are hoping that someone will be interested in this property, but so far there is nobody willing to pay a dime, which comes as no surprise. Other Atlantic City casinos are doing just as badly, with Trump Plaza scheduled to close three weeks from now, in an attempt of cutting down on losses. Trump Taj Mahal is far from going strong, but at least they are operating and there is no imminent threat hovering over this gambling establishment. On the other hand, the numbers are far from optimistic and it would come as no surprise if as soon as 2016, it will join the other shuttered properties. While the Atlantic City casinos disappear at an alarming state, it is possible for regulators to allow casinos to open outside the city. Slot machines are probably going to be introduced first, despite the fact that a slight majority of those interviewed are against such an expansion outside of Atlantic City. There are a couple of interested investors and if favorable legislation will pass, the project will exceed $1.2 billion. Meanwhile, the Garden State is making giant leaps forward with its Internet gambling laws and it is only a matter of time until more online casinos will try to tap into the immense potential of this market. Betfair Casino has expressed its intention of operating here and they bring a wealth of experience, but most important a lots of money that will eventually go to state coffers. from via Casinoreviews
So yesterday an old Bruce lyric from "Backstreets" was brought back to life and proven true again.
Yesterday Stockton College purchased the old Showboat Casino in Atlantic City, finally proving an old Bruce lyric to be true again. Stockton College initially operated temporarily in the old Mayflower Hotel in Atlantic City, and was the inspiration for the lyric from Backstreets "Slow dancing in the dark on the beach at Stockton's wing" However Stockton hasn't had a building in Atlantic City since the 1970's. For 40 years that lyric was simply a relic of older times, as Stockton operated at it's current campus in Galloway Township until yesterday with Stockton's purchase of The Showboat. Stockton is now back on the beach as Bruce had once written about in '75. Just a little tidbit I think everyone else missed that I though was cool, I figured you all would appreciate.
Revel Casino is Atlantic City about to close. Here are some panoramas of the city as seen from the top of Revel, AC's tallest, and my take on the future of gambling in AC
X-posting this from my post at /newjersey, figuring some of you guys might be interested in this discussion, as well. I'll miss this resort chiefly for the food, the gambling floor (my first "serious" casino win - $75 bucks in roulette), the cute girls (whether staff or club-minded patrons), and the impeccable rooms, but yes, the views will be missed, as well. By me, at least. The 1,400-room resort stands 710 feet / 216 meters tall. Even at the hotel's midsection, the visitor stands as high as the tops of most hotels in the city. Note that the Showboat, in the foreground, is about to close within the month, as well. I never even got to visit. The highest publicly accessible floor, over 600 feet above the Boardwalk, allows an unobstructed bird's-eye-view of the entire city. The Steel Pier Amusement Park is fun to watch from up there, especially with a good zoom lens. It was not only about the building's height, but also its end-of-Boardwalk position, which allowed for awe-inspiring, unobstructed ocean sunrise vistas. I refuse to believe that this one will stay down for too long. There is just too much money invested here; too many political interests involved - not only is it the symbol of expected revival for the entire city, but even Governor Christie is a major supporter of this specific resort's future; and having a 60-story, 1,400-room colossus sitting abandoned and literally rotting and corroding away is in absolutely no one's best interests. Yeah, the spread of gambling in Pennsylvania is the latest hit against AC, one that likely killed Revel. I don't oppose PA's actions - they do what they have to do in order to stay competitive and serve their residents. Still, even if gambling would no longer be a key driving force, AC will more than likely reinvent itself once again. After all, 70-100 years ago it used America's premier family resort, and after the advent of jet travel, the city was in much worse shape than it is today. It saved itself by reinventing its strategy via legalizing gambling. With proper administration, the city can reinvent and save itself once again.
Atlantic city... I wanna book a casino hotel on the boardwalk. Experienced but want to try something new.
Let me start with I've done this several times before for at Ballys and I wanna try a different casino/hotel. I checked all my special promos for room deals with total rewards (harrahs/caesers/showboat/ballys) and have ruled them out for now. I've only ever booked through totalrewards.com for those deals or over the phone for the same. But I'm willing to try a hotel where I'm not already a member of. I'm currently looking on tripadvisor.com for the broad info but I bet there's special deals out there somewhere. Aiming for Monday 6/17->6/20, checking out thursday morning. I want to be frugal about it but Not cheap. I want a clean room with ~500ft2 and a large bed. I was about to book Harrah's (~45$/night in their premium room with these requirements) until I saw they were very far from the boardwalk. Any suggestions? I've done some googling but it's tough to know what deal will give me the most bang for my buck. Willing to group a deal with a dinneshow or something since it'll be a 'romantic' trip. Any tips very much appreciated!
Hello Redditor’s I’ve never ask for anything in a public forum before but, I know you guys are gonna do the right thing:)I’m a 28 year employee of Showboat Hotel Casino in Atlantic City. Caesars Entertainment is mulling it over wether they close the doors at out property in order to cut operating costs. Keep in mind we are a profitable operation (although down from years past). They bought and shutdown the Atlantic Club and put 1400 people out of work and just resold it with a deed restriction that it cannot reopen as a casino. We of course would like the property sold to a company that isn’t 23 billion in debt and can see that the business and the over 2000 employees should be saved. It’s a great little property that has awesome dedicated employees.We know this is s shot in the dark. Its a David vs. Goliath situation, but we’re not gonna go without a fight.You folks know what to do:) Please take a moment to help us out: On Facebook please like and share:https://www.facebook.com/saveshowboatSome Jersey legislators: http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/bio.asp?Leg=301http://www.state.nj.us/governoDivision of Gaming Enforcement:http://www.nj.gov/oag/ge/index.html
My friend told me about the Reddit community and so I thought this would be a great place to share my latest mix. My Website My Soundcloud I normally DJ around Bloomington, Indiana, Atlantic City, New Jersey, New York City, New York, and Washington DC, but this semester, I studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain. It is there, I've been spinning at local clubs and a few others in Europe. Currently, I am in Italy to spin at a club tonight. Feel free to listen and download to this mix along with my others. Here is my biography:
Taking his childhood inspiration from DJ AM and Jazzy Jeff, DJ Nemms has gone a long way to establish himself as a trendy crowd moving music guru. Downtown club-goers find themselves entranced in his wild mixes, drawing energy anywhere from 80s rock to electro house. Following his first endeavors in Philadelphia night clubs, such as Vengos Skybar and Red Sky, Nemms has made appearances at Atlantic City’s top clubs including C5 Rooftop at the Chelsea Hotel, House of Blues at the Showboat Casino, and 32° at the Tropicana Quarter. Entering as a full-time student at Indiana University in 2009, Nemms quickly conquered the campus night life scene by taking residences at Jake’s Nightclub, Kilroy’s Sports bar, and Kilroy’s on Kirkwood. On top of entertaining the crowd at New York’s most exclusive hot spot, Simyone Lounge (SL), Nemms made a long lasting impression by deejaying at a private Playboy party, Donovan McNabb’s 34th birthday party, and the Washington Capitals first home victory party in 2010. As a committed artist devoted to his fans, DJ Nemms devotes time from his academic career in Bloomington, Indiana, and frequently spins at his residencies at Josephine and Eden in Washington DC, and CV New York and Polar Lounge in Manhattan. After paying his dues in the club scene, Nemms has seized the opportunity to open for Billboard Top 40 artists including Snoop Dogg and LMFAO and deejayed live with today’s most popular performers, such as Mike Posner, Jeremih, Sam Adams, Basshunter, Mac Miller, and 3-6 Mafia. Now at only 20 years old, DJ Nemms has derived experience from shadowing MTV’s DJ Skribble and DJ Chachi of Moodswing360 and Tapemasters Inc. He regularly applies new production techniques to create remixes and original tracks.
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