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Viejas tops San Diego list

Viejas Casino is proud to announce they have been voted San Diego’s “Best Casino” for the 9th consecutive year according to the 2008 “San Diego’s Best” Readers Poll.

Playboy event at Fantasy Springs

Playboy Magazine will be previewing the September 2008 issue at a special event inside the Velvet Palm Nightclub at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Saturday, August 30th, 2008 at 9pm.

Japanese tourist hits jackpot at Agua Caliente casino

A Japanese tourist hit it big on the slots at Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa in Rancho Mirage, taking home a $55,000 Paradise Jackpot just hours after stepping off an airplane from his native Japan.

California tribes disclose results

News Brief: Two Riverside County tribes — the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and Morongo Band of Mission Indians — on Thursday shed light on the revenue checks that were just relayed to the state.

Fantasy Springs runs bartender competition

Fantasy Spring Resort's The Wet Spot Pool Party, the hottest and hippest new spot to see and be seen in the desert, announces its all new bartender competition.

Fortune Pai Gow Poker jackpot hit for over $500,000

Shuffle Master, Inc. reports that the progressive jackpot on its Fortune Pai Gow Poker Progressive table game hit twice during July.

Fantasy Springs offers gas promo

Fantasy Springs Resort Casino has the solution to paying high prices at the gas pump by offering its guests the chance to win free Shell gas for an entire year.

Pechanga Band makes payment

The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians today made its first payment to the State of California under the terms of its amended Tribal-State Compact.

California tribes concerned over keno

News Brief: Indian gambling interests are concerned that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to bring back Keno, a popular bingo-like game banned 12 years ago for violating state gambling law.

Rock Yard brings iconic sounds

The Rock Yard, the desert’s premier, no-cover, outdoor concert venue presents a weekend of classic rock tributes featuring the music of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers as the band, Room at the Top performs, Friday, August 8th and Turn the Page’s tribute to Detroit music icon, Bob Seger, takes the stage on Saturday, August 9th.

Summer specials at The Spa

The world-famous Spa at Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs has announced a terrific lineup of summer specials for August.

Rock Yard features tribute bands

The Rock Yard, the desert’s premier, no-cover, outdoor concert venue presents a weekend of tributes featuring hard driving classic rock music as the cover band, Triple 7 performs, Friday, August 1st and Cheap Thrills’s tribute to 60’s music icon, Janis Joplin, takes the stage on Saturday, August 2nd.

California tribe, San Diego county sign MOU

The Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians announced a Memorandum of Understanding with the County of San Diego.

Penn National still committed to Kansas project

Penn National Gaming officials reasserted their commitment to build a casino in Cherokee County and said they don't plan to walk away from it if the company doesn't get the contract to build one in Sumner County as well.

Rumsey band partners with tribe

News Brief: The Guidiville Band of Pomo Indians, the tribe that hopes to build a casino resort complex at the former Point Molate Naval Base has found a new partner, the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians.

Neville Brothers at Spotlight 29

Tthe Neville Brothers are bringing their jazzed up funk style to Spotlight 29 Casino.

Thunder Valley expansion plans revealed

News Brief: A 24-story hotel, a performing arts center and a new parking structure are among new features coming to the Thunder Valley Casino in the next two years.

California casino law proposed

News Brief: Assemblyman Jared Huffman, an opponent of the Indian casino planned in Rohnert Park, plans to introduce legislation intended to make it tougher for such projects to be built without local approval.

Spotlight 29 sizzles at JEM

Spotlight 29 Casino's Summer of Fun sizzles in JEM Steakhouse with an offer as tempting to the wallet as the menu is to the palate.

Casino foes angered by Rohnert Park agreement

News Brief: An agreement approved Tuesday between Sonoma County supervisors and the Graton Indian tribe indicates the county is parting ways with opponents of the tribe’s Rohnert Park gaming casino.

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