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Bradley isn’t getting out of the live music game entirely; he plans to move a few popular events from the Santa Ana location to Memphis Café, including “Yacht Rock Brunch” and “Dinner with Dave.” The latter is a biweekly happening in which chef Dave Mau serves up lighter fare and a local act performs.Groups such as Honeypie, the New Limb, Yellow Red Sparks and the Ultimate Bearhug have all taken part in that free program."I think it's time Deadwood gaming realizes there's never going to be smoking in the casinos," he said."But perhaps the smoking ban in the long run has helped the casinos, so we've got to stop blaming it on smoking." The 7.4 million generated in 2012 was the highest total gross revenue Deadwood has ever seen.That revenue leaped 35.1 percent, even as revenue from player-banked poker — where players bet against each other — stalled, actually dipping 3.5 percent.
Since then, month-by-month totals have shown steady gains in table game revenue, which increased 17 percent during the year from .9 million in 2011 to .4 million in 2012. But the real winner was house-banked poker, where players bet against the casino.
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DEADWOOD — A leak in a water service line valve flooded the Tin Lizzie complex Tuesday, forcing city officials to close a water line main in two spots in order to isolate the leak and fix it.“We are still trying to figure out what exactly took place, but the city is working on the issue now,” said Caleb Arceneaux, chief executive officer Liv Hospitality, the company that manages Tin Lizzie. Our business is still open while water to the building is shut down currently.”He said water was anticipated to be turned back on Tuesday afternoon.
Deadwood Public Works Director Ron Green said crews were still working to get to the valve, which is five feet underground, under concrete.“It’s a leak in the valve line going over to Tin Lizzie for fire service, but we haven’t got down to it yet,” Green said.