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  • Bright lights, Atlantic City

    It’s called “Boardwalk Beat” and it’s lighting up Atlantic City at night.  The 3D light and sound show is projected onto the facade of the Boardwalk Hall and can be experienced every half hour from 9:30pm to 1:30am on weekends and from 9:30pm until midnight on weekdays.  The show is free to the public.  For more info, go to

  • Atlantic City has many ways to spend your days and nights

    Whether you want to spend your day in the water, on the sand or in the air–Atlantic City has you covered.  Check out cool things to do at

  • Checking out Atlantic City’s Sand Sculpting Championships and and other fun activities

    Atlantic City has a host of activities to keep you busy all summer. Right now, there’s the Sand Sculpting Championships taking place. On Monday, you can catch the Armed Forced Day Parade starting at 6:30pm. Wednesday at noon, look to the skies for the Atlantic City Air Show. For more on all of these activities, visit

  • What’s new with Aviva Drescher of ‘Real Housewives of New York’

    Viva Aviva!  She’s blonde, ambitious, and making it her mission to bring awareness to the high costs of prosthetics.  Aviva Drescher has had to endure life with one leg and she does it gracefully.  The aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombing left many people without limbs.  Drescher was inspired to help.  Her motto is “life without limbs is limitless” and she hopes to spread that sentiment.  As a cast member of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” Aviva is […]

  • Using sound waves to melt the fat

    LipoSonix is used for body contouring.  It reduces fat volume by focusing high-intensity ultrasound energy on the problem-area, causing no harm to the skin or surrounding tissue and organs, while disrupting fat cells. Once these have been broken down, one of the body’s debris-collection systems, macrophages, rid the body of these cells. As the fat is disposed of, patients begin to notice a marked decrease in local fat volume. Dr. Cameron Rokhsar demonstrated LipoSonix on patient Christine Kinney. The Procedure LipoSonix […]

  • Actress Keke Palmer takes her first train ride–and loves it!

    Actress Keke Palmer confessed to PIX11 Morning News anchors Marysol Castro and Kori Chambers that she had never taken a train before.  Of course, her first train ride ever brought the busy actress from shooting on location-in Philadelphia to New York City to do promote her current two projects: “Full Circle” and “Crazysexycool.”  “Fully Circle” is a DirecTV mini-series which also stars Kate Walsh, Julian McMahon and David Boreanaz.  Keke can be seen on tomorrow night’s episode of “Full Circle” […]

  • The next Spielberg or Scorsese could be at the All American High School Film Festival

    Watch and be entertained by the next generation of filmmakers as they show off their talent at the first-ever All American High School Film Festival.  The event, which will feature the work of students from around the world, takes place Friday, October 4th through Sunday, October 6th in New York City at various AMC theaters.  Award-winning filmmaker and television personality Andrew Jenks gave PIX11 anchor Sukanya Krishnan a sneak peek at some of the students’ work.  Jenks also shared his […]

  • 5 Things you need to know about the Affordable Care Act

    Today’s the Day.  The healthcare exchanges are open for business, letting consumers price shop… and sign on get healthcare coverage.  And it’s a life changer for 50 million Americans.  Here are the first five things you need to know about Obamacare. 1)  For the millions who’ve gone without health coverage because of high premium costs and low wages, the Affordable Care Act could be a lifesaver.  Coverage starts as early as January 1st 2)  Deadline:  Start shopping today.  Keep investigating […]

  • More Sporting Events: More Money for NYC

    With the 2015 NBA All-Star Game and All-Star Weekend festivities coming to the Big Apple. What does it mean to the City’s economy? Is it worth the trouble. Debra from “TheStreet” weighs in. Go to for the latest business news.

  • Recycled, repurposed, rejoice: Putting old things to new use

    Shop with a conscience.  That’s what online retailer UncommonGoods allows you to do.  It’s a Brooklyn-based online marketplace offering creatively designed, high-quality merchandise and gifts at affordable prices. They are also known for their commitment to the environment through their company practices and the products they offer.  Erin Fergusson, one of the lead buyers at UncommonGoods shares with PIX11 anchor Sukanya Krishnan some of her favorite recycled and repurposed products from SARI STORY, Product Price Range: $35-100 The following […]

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