The owners of Spa Castle in New York are facing up to 15 years in prison after being arrested Wednesday and charged with failing to pay more than $1.5 million in taxes according to prosecutors.
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Lady Gaga slayed everyone with her Super Bowl performance Sunday night making it the 2nd most watched halftime ever. Mother Monster also announced she will embark on her Joanne World Tour in arenas and stadiums soon. She plans to come to Dallas in December 2017.
The Joanne World Tour begins August 1st at Vancouver, British Columbia and winds North America – including stops at baseball stadiums like San Francisco’s AT&T Park (August 13th), Chicago’s Wrigley Field (August 25th), New York’s Citi Field (August 28th) and Boston’s Fenway Park (September 1st) – before heading to Europe for a month. Continue reading “Lady Gaga’s Joanne World Tour is Coming to Dallas”
A massive expansion of the New Orleans Police Department’s surveillance capabilities, in both the French Quarter and 20 “hot spots” around the city, was unveiled this week. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu also said bars will be required to close doors and keep patrons inside after 3 a.m. That rule applies city-wide and is designed to keep people from hanging out in the streets after 3 a.m. Because everyone wants to hang out in one bar when they walk down Bourbon Street said no one.
Bourbon Street will also eventually become pedestrian-only which may occur in the next 4-6 months. Which can be the only good thing out of this. The roughly $30 million proposal is part of a security plan drafted after a shooting over Thanksgiving weekend left one dead and nine injured on Bourbon Street. Continue reading “French Quarter Bars to Close Doors at 3am with “Police State” Cams Everywhere”