HOLLYWOOD — Before Maroon 5, before Sting, and before Billy Joel, there were two Seminole brother music acts which christened the new 7,000-seat Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Seminole brothers and musicians Doc Battiest and Spencer Battiest became the first performers to play at the new Hard Rock Live on Oct.
TAMPA — It wasn’t just any grand opening; the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa went all out for the property’s Grand Celebration. The $700 million expansion was celebrated Oct. 3 with a guitar smash, fireworks, celebrities and a thrilling high-wire act by Nik and Delilah Wallenda. The grand celebration continued
HOLLYWOOD — Big name celebrities – Johnny Depp, Morgan Freedman, Khloé Kardashian, Joe Manganiello, Bella Thorne, Jeremy Piven and more – strutted along the red carpet in their finest fashions and flashed their brightest smiles. But there was no doubt who the real stars were at the Seminole Hard Rock
After years of plans and on-the-ground work, the Tribe has completed two major expansions on what is now unquestionably its two flagship Hard Rock integrated casino-resorts, both in Florida. The centerpiece of Hollywood’s $1.5 billion project is the now open 638-room Guitar Hotel – a 450-foot high one-of-a-kind architectural marvel. The
Fry bread being is cooked at the Fort Pierce Indian Day celebration Sept. 26 at Chupco’s Landing. (Photo Analicia Austin) It’s ready, aim, fire at the Big Cypress Indian Day’s archery competition Sept. 26. (Photo Beverly Bidney) Josh Sneed and Lance Tommie take part in the horseshoe toss competition in Fort
Finding a way to live a drug free life was the resounding theme of Red Ribbon events across the Tribe throughout October. The annual Red Ribbon Week, which spans weeks, is organized by the Tribe’s Center for Behavorial Health. In Brighton, preschoolers, Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students, teachers and staff