Wayne Parry, The Associated Press

Wayne Parry

The Associated Press

Atlantic City, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Wayne:

Dee Snider moves way beyond Twisted Sister on heaviest disc

Dee Snider “Leave A Scar” (Napalm) This is not a Twisted Sister album, not by any measure. The latest solo album from the band’s frontman Dee Snider is harder, heavier and more steeped in new metal than anything the former MTV darlings did in the ‘80s. Times and tastes change, and 2021 Dee Snider fully embraces today’s metal scene, including the guttural growls of guest “vocalist” George… → Read More

Dee Snider moves way beyond Twisted Sister on heaviest disc

By WAYNE PARRY Associated Press Dee Snider “Leave A Scar” (Napalm) This is not a Twisted Sister album, not by any measure. The latest solo album from the band's frontman Dee Snider is harder, heavier and more steeped in new metal than anything the former MTV darlings did in the '80s. Times and tastes change, and 2021 Dee Snider fully embraces today's metal scene, including the guttural growls of… → Read More

Atlantic City casinos win $345M in June, new monthly record

$345 Million: Atlantic City's casinos set a new monthly record for gross gambling revenue in June. → Read More

They’re not blown away by NJ’s offshore wind power plans – Lowell Sun

OCEAN CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is moving aggressively to become the leader in the fast-growing offshore wind energy industry on the East Coast, but not everyone is blown away by those amb… → Read More

Atlantic City casinos win $345M in June, new monthly record

ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City's casinos set a monthly record for gross gambling revenue in June, winning more than $345 million as pandemic fears eased somewhat and gamblers returned with → Read More

Firms, Rutgers to study telehealth gambling treatments

A gambling technology company and a virtual mental health clinic are joining with New Jersey’s Rutgers University to study the effectiveness of treatment for compulsive gambling and video game playing delivered in a virtual setting. → Read More

Smokers can light up again at Atlantic City casinos

Gamblers who smoke are once again lighting up inside Atlantic City's casinos, even as a renewed push is on by smoking opponents to prohibit it permanently. A year-long temporary ban on smoking at the casinos, inspired by the coronavirus outbreak last year, ended on Sunday. → Read More

Texas college helps restore reefs: diners' discarded shells establish new oyster colonies

Call it the seafood circle of life. → Read More

Diners' discarded shells help establish new oyster colonies

PORT REPUBLIC, N. J. (AP) — Call it the seafood circle of life: Shells discarded by diners are being collected, cleaned and dumped into waterways around the country and the world, where they form the basis of new oyster colonies. One of the latest such projects is taking place in Atlantic City, where a casino and two other restaurants are saving the shells left over from their diners. → Read More

Diners' discarded shells help establish new oyster colonies

Shells discarded by diners are being collected, cleaned and dumped into waterways around the country and the world, where they form the basis of new oyster colonies → Read More

Diners’ discarded shells help establish new oyster colonies

PORT REPUBLIC, N.J. (AP) — Call it the seafood circle of life: Shells discarded by diners are being collected, cleaned and dumped into waterways around the country and the world, where they form the basis of new oyster colonies. One of the latest such projects is taking place in Atlantic City, where a casino and […] → Read More

Diners’ discarded shells help establish new oyster colonies

PORT REPUBLIC, N.J. (AP) — Call it the seafood circle of life: Shells discarded by diners are being collected, cleaned and dumped into waterways around the country and the world, where they form the basis of new oyster colonies. One of the latest such projects is taking place in Atlantic City, where a casino and […] → Read More

Diners’ discarded shells help establish new oyster colonies

PORT REPUBLIC, N.J. (AP) — Call it the seafood circle of life: Shells discarded by diners are being collected, cleaned and dumped into waterways around the country and the world, where they form the basis of new oyster colonies. One of the latest such projects is taking place in Atlantic City, where a casino and […] → Read More

New Jersey gamblers can light up Sunday as smoking ban in AC casinos ends

New Jersey's yearlong coronavirus-inspired ban on smoking in Atlantic City casinos will end Sunday, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday. → Read More

N.J. gamblers can light up Sunday as smoking ban ends

New Jersey’s yearlong coronavirus-inspired ban on smoking in Atlantic City casinos will end Sunday. → Read More

Atlantic City's 2 newest casinos nearing top of market

Two Atlantic City casinos that were reopened have climbed near the top of gambling revenues. → Read More

Blaring Sirens to Mark 10 P.M. Youth Curfew in Atlantic City

Sirens soon will sound each night in Atlantic City at 10, marking the arrival of a juvenile curfew prohibiting those under 18 from being on the streets. → Read More

Atlantic City to use sirens to mark 10 pm juvenile curfew

Atlantic City to use sirens to mark 10 pm juvenile curfew → Read More

New Owners Try to Get Bally's Atlantic City Back in the Game

The new owners of Bally’s Atlantic City are attempting to revive a comatose casino in perhaps the most cutthroat gambling market in America → Read More

A-list shows returning to Atlantic City with Guns N' Roses

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Welcome (back) to the jungle: Guns N' Roses is playing an Atlantic City casino this year. → Read More