Night Fever Dance Club, the Resorts casino newest club, will host open auditions for new dancers, entertainers and impersonators to cast the ultimate 70’s and 80’s club in AC. The auditions will be held Friday, January 13th.

“Night Fever throws one heck of a party, and we want to see how many people out there have caught ‘The Fever’ so to speak,” said Dennis C. Gomes, owner, president and C.E.O. of Resorts Casino Hotel.  “I thought the open auditions would be a perfect way to capture the fun, exciting and spontaneous spirit of the 70’s and 80’s to discover the right mix of dancers and characters in the club to bring it to the next level.”

The auditions will be held in Night Fever on Friday, January 13 and will be judged by a team of Resorts executives and regional and local personalities.  Plus, all party-goers will then have an opportunity to submit their votes for their favorite acts during the night.  Interested applicants are encouraged to submit photos, videos and resumes in advance to 609.340.7701 or, but all will be welcome to audition on January 13 from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.  Applicants can also post to the official Night Fever Facebook page at

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Those selected from the open auditions may receive an opportunity to perform in the club on a regular basis.

The all new Night Fever will feature a regular line up of live cover bands, events and promotions that will keep guests grooving through their Friday and Saturday nights.  From the iconic dances, celebrities and styles of the time, Night Fever will keep the 70’s and 80’s alive on the dance floor every weekend.  Night Fever has consistently been voted the number one dance club in Atlantic City.

In 2012 partygoers can expect to see live music, exciting promotions and a new cast of characters that will keep the party going all night long. Night Fever Dance Club is located on the Dining Level of Resorts Casino Hotel.  Night Fever is available to book private parties, corporate events and special occasions, as well as the premier location for bachelor and bachelorette parties in Atlantic City, call 609.340.7698 to book.

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The Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance and Schultz-Hill Scholarship Foundation have recently announced the 14 contestants competing in the 2012 Miss'd America Pageant to take place in the Ballroom of Historic Boardwalk Hall on Saturday, January 21 beginning at 8 p.m.  \ Carson Kressley, host of his own upcoming makeover show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, ABC's "Dancing With The Stars", Bravo's "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy," will once again serve as host with featured performer Martha Wash (It's Raining Men) and a performance by American Idol's Erika Schiff (Also starred in "I Married A Mobster on the Investigation Discovery Channel).  Mark Dahl, Manager of LGBT Nightlife for Resorts Atlantic City who has an extensive background in the theater community will serve as writer and director. Miss'd America 2011 Kitty Hiccups (David Hyland) will be on hand for portions of the pageant. Check these links for more details: and Tickets for the Miss'd America Pageant are available at, or by phone at 800-736-1420. Ticket prices are $125, $100, $65 and $35. Certain facility fees apply. For more information, contact Larry Sieg, at or 609-226-5430. You can fan the pageant on Facebook at Facebook/Miss'  The Miss'd America Pageant is presented by the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance ( and Schultz-Hill Scholarship Foundation (

Zoe Straus, a Philadelphia photographer with agrowing international reputation, is the subject of a major exhibition that opens January 14th at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Zoe Strauss: Ten Years is a mid-career retrospective of the acclaimed artist's worksrepresenting the first critical assessment of her decade-long project to exhibit annually in a publkic space between Interstate !-95 in South Philadelphia. The exhibit will include 170 prints and a selection of artist-created slide shows, one of which will be projected on the Museum's exterior facadeduring the exhibit's opening week.Additional images by the artist will be displayed on over 50 billboards, including those seen here, located throughout the citry from Manayunk to West Philadelphia and from Northeast Philadelphia to I-95 South .