Out and About:July 13-19 (The Morning News)
"Guys and Dolls" Shooting craps is a major occupation in the classic musical "Guys and Dolls," on stage this weekend at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale. Rolling here are, from left, Liver Lips Louie (David Godwin), Nicely Nicely Johnson (Michael Weir), Society Max (David Crittenden), Rusty Charly (Terry Yocham) and Nathan Detroit (Bill Rogers).
On the NBA | A haven for hardwood dreams (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
LAS VEGAS - This is where you can fall in love: at the burlesque show, at the craps table, and at the NBA summer league. Every July, the dreams of second-round picks and undrafted free agents collide with reality: roster limits, lottery picks, guaranteed contracts.
7-7-07: Is This Your Lucky Day? (Du Quoin Evening Call)
DU QUOIN - With apologies to Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry, âDo you feel lucky, well do you? Jerry Eisenhauer of Du Quoin, wife of Bill Eisenhauer, feels lucky. She'll be 77 on 7-7-07, married to her husband for 57 years. That's a lot of sevens.
Casinos Booming in Katrina?s Wake (New York Times)
Business in the gambling halls of Biloxi, Miss., has reached all-time highs in recent months, and a similar story has been unfolding in New Orleans.