The Borgata's 8,000-square-foot Moneyline Bar and Book features a 35-foot-long circular bar with video poker in the center surrounded by 18 screens, including one that stretches 40 feet wide. There are also tables and booths for dining as well as sofas and a VIP lounge area for hanging out. (Todd Prince)Caesars opened a new sportsbook at Harrah’s in Atlantic City in May that features more than 50 plush seats and about a dozen screens as well as two Fan Caves. (Todd Prince)This Sept. 5, 2019 photo shows customers at the sports book at Bally's casino in Atlantic City, N.J. checking sheets listing the odds on that night's games. Figures released Sept. 12, 2019 show more than $293 million was wagered on sports in New Jersey in August, helping Atlantic City's nine casinos increase their revenue by 13% compared to a year ago. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)This Sept. 4, 2019 photo shows a customer checking the odds at the sports book at the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, N.J. Figures released … [Read more...] about New Jersey casinos woo bettors with new sportsbooks
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What would happen if a massive, 8.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Puerto Rico? New Jersey residents might shoulder some of the worst of the resulting tsunami sent by shockwaves along the East Coast. This disaster scenario will be simulated as part of a tsunami drill being conducted by the by the National Weather Service's Tsunami Warning Center on Tuesday, March 26. Dubbed LANTAX 19, the annual safety drill goes largely under the general public's radar. "This annual exercise helps improve effectiveness of the U.S. Tsunami Warning System," said Susan Buchanon, a spokeswoman for the National Weather Service. "It allows NWS and our partners in emergency management and the states the opportunity to practice response plans by reviewing communications and procedures, and promoting tsunami preparedness." For context, the devastating 2004 tsunami that struck Indonesia was precipitated by a 9.1-magnitude earthquake. The disaster killed more than 225,000 people. More than … [Read more...] about New Jersey included in East Coast tsunami drill on Tuesday
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Technology | It Started With a Jolt: How New York Became a Tech Town Supported by BySteve Lohr Feb. 22, 2019 Euan Robertson started his job with New York City’s economic development team at an ominous moment. It was Monday, Sept. 15, 2008, the day Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and ignited the financial crisis. Mr. Robertson made his way through City Hall’s sprawling open office to a conference table, where he huddled with top advisers to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “No one knew what was going to happen or how bad it would be,” Mr. Robertson recalled. “But everyone agreed we’d better come up with a plan.” The plan that emerged called for developing tech start-ups and tech workers in New York. The goal, Mr. Robertson said, was to “build a talent … [Read more...] about It Started With a Jolt: How New York Became a Tech Town
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For Honda, the stalwart Accord and Civic sedans have for decades delivered reliable sales and helped the company profit year after year. But with the meteoric rise of SUVs in recent years, Honda now depends more and more on crossover utes like the mid-size Pilot. The three-row, mid-size Honda Pilot is updated for the 2019 model year with fresh styling, a more refined drivetrain, and new tech. In the marketplace, the Pilot competes with the Toyota Highlander, Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Traverse, Subaru Ascent, Nissan Pathfinder, and Volkswagen Atlas. All Pilots are powered by a 3.5-litre, 280 horsepower V6 engine mated to either a six-speed or a nine-speed automatic transmission. The base 2019 Honda Pilot LX with front-wheel drive starts at $US31,450. Our top-of-the-line all-wheel-drive Elite trim test car starts at $US48,020. A $US995 destination and handling fee pushed the as-tested price to $US49,015. For decades, Honda has depended on its stalwart Accord and Civic sedans … [Read more...] about We drove a $49,000 Honda Pilot to see if the new 2019 model is ready to take on Toyota and Ford. Here’s the verdict.