Inside The Lines | The NFL season is in the rear view mirror and I am now turning my attention to NHL and College Basketball which will be the subject matter for my weekly “Inside The Lines” column in the weeks and months to come.view
I'm Just Sayin' | Now that there is a lull in the sports world I’m focusing on the Masters golf tournament, which is my favorite sporting event of the year. I watched Jordan Spieth with a keen eye as he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am this past weekend.view
The local greyhound racetrack in Macau, the Macau Canidrome, is expected to close next year and a local animal rights group is suggesting that the out-of-work dogs be sent to Portugal.view
Dye-ing to Know | Two British brothers practicing at a golf range got bored after hitting balls for a while one day and started brainstorming. The end result is the fascinating sports and entertainment venue called Topgolf, which opened its flagship location last May on eight acres of land behind the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.view
Robert DeSalvio, Wynn Resorts’ lead Massachusetts’ executive, has unveiled significant changes to a portion of the company’s $2.4 billion casino project in Everett.
Mississippi casinos in February showed a significant revenue decline, falling 10 percent compared with the same month last year. State Revenue Department figures show gamblers lost $172 million last month, compared to $190 million in February 2016.
Caesars Entertainment president and CEO Mark Frissora says Harrah's in New Orleans lost about $70 million in revenue during the two years after the start of the controversial smoking ban in New Orleans in April 2015.
It’s never too early for horseplayers nationwide and especially those in Nevada to begin thinking about the Del Mar thoroughbred season. The track has unveiled an added-money program including 41 stakes races worth $7.3 million during a 36-day season.
It isn’t quite Wyatt Earp taking on the Cowboys in the famed 1881 gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, but 2017 March Madness has brought a version of a good old fashioned shootout among two prominent Las Vegas casino owners.