Comedy's lovable "Queen of Mean" Lisa Lampanelli, above, has made a career of lambasting every color, creed, race and sexual persuasion that comprises her audience. Lampanelli does it again Saturday in Event Center at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
Other entertainment in town Saturday includes The Saw Doctors in Music Box at Borgata, Jewel in The Grand at Golden Nugget Atlantic City and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in The Showroom at Golden Nugget.
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Noomi Rapace, above, the original Lisbeth Salander from the Swedish filmed version of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," stars in the thriller "Dead Man Down" along with Terrence Howard and Colin Farrell, which opens in movie theaters on Friday.
Friday's other nationwide release is the adventure picture "Oz The Great and Powerful."
Radha Mitchell, above, stars in the new ABC drama "Red Widow." The drama receives a two-hour premiere at 9 tonight on WPVI-TV 6.
In "Red Widow," Mitchell plays a housewife whose husband, an organized crime figure, is killed. She has to continue his work to protect her family.
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Blue-eyed soul singer Boz Scaggs, above, who had his biggest hit in 1976 with the No. 3 pop single "Lowdown," returns with his first studio CD in five years.
The CD, titled "Memphis," will be released Tuesday.