Tenn Ave, More Art? – Tuesday’s Roundup

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Tenn Ave
A project to create a walkable, bikeable space on Tennessee Avenue in Atlantic City that will be home to a beer hall, coffee shop, yoga studio and chocolate bar is on track to launch this Fall. We interviewed one of the developers at the site last week to catch up on the project – read the story here.

More Art?
Could Atlantic City’s arts district (around Ducktown) soon be getting some new space? The Parish of Saint Monica is working to reopen the old St. Michael’s School on Mississippi Avenue (it’s been closed for 30 years). “I want to bring some life back to it. We want the parish … to be a part of the (city’s) arts corridor,” Rev. Jon Thomas told The Press of Atlantic City’s Vincent Jackson. Rev. Thomas and the St. Michael’s Church Preservation Society hope to refurbish the rooms and former school offices for use by the church, the parish, the city and the neighborhood, he added.

In the rest of the morning’s headlines, Atlantic City also received a subpoena for workers’ prescription details and Ventnor is mum on subpoenas but “cooperating” with the FBI (separately, Harry Hurley reported from a source that the FBI was rounding up suspects), the new EHT Walmart opens tomorrow, you can now gamble on fantasy sports at Resorts, Pink has better taste in AC/Philly food than Ed Sheeran, if you have a bit of time today you’ll want to read this feature on Margate’s Marven Gardens, and New Jersey is ranked dead last of all states in terms of its fiscal health. All that and more below:


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