The Westgate Entertainment District is one of the hottest neighborhoods in San Diego.
It’s a place to go and spend an afternoon or night.
But there’s something that’s keeping it in business, one that may have already died a slow death: the entertainment system.
The Westgate entertainment system was a massive success, and it’s still going strong today.
But the company was looking for ways to save money, so they sold off the entertainment systems, the theater and the bowling alley.
Then they took the Westgate system and the Palases to another level, turning them into a gaming and bowling lounge.
But while the new Westgate lounge and the new Palases are now great places to hang out and have fun, the Palades have been abandoned for the most part, according to Westgate.
The new gaming lounge at the WestGate Entertainment District.
Image: Courtesy of Westgate, Inc.
The Palases, on the other hand, were just like the Westgates, except for a few tweaks: They were now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and they had a gaming center that could accommodate 2,000 people.
The new Westgate Gaming Center, now open to the public, has an area where you can play in the video game room, or you can watch some live video on the gaming center’s big screen.
That was all part of the Westgauss plan to get rid of everything, including the entertainment and bowling, and replace them with a gaming space.
But this was just a small part of a much larger plan to save the Westglades.
Westgate Entertainment and its sister company, Westgate Sports, started to look for a new location when the original Palaces closed in 2010.
When they decided to go with a new facility, they had to figure out how to turn the Westgs entertainment and dining center into a video game lounge.
It turned out to be an expensive, time-consuming process, and Westgate needed to find another way to bring entertainment to its employees, and that’s when they decided they needed to sell off their entertainment and gaming businesses.
Westgates original gaming lounge, circa 2020.
Image: Courtesy Westgate Westgate has since been selling its entertainment and catering businesses, but the new gaming and dining space was never really built, and now Westgate owns all of it.
In December, Westgages new chief executive, Gary Smith, said he planned to close the Westgales entertainment and restaurant businesses and the Westgarths bowling alley and put the remaining space into a “gaming center.”
He told the San Diego Business Journal that Westgate would not close its entertainment centers and gaming spaces “just yet.”
But that didn’t make Westgate’s situation any easier.
There was still plenty of money in Westgates gaming and entertainment businesses, and its gaming centers were still running well.
So it made sense for Westgate to sell the entertainment businesses to a competitor, the Westgas.
Westgate decided to take its business to the other side.
But what happens when a business is owned by the other party?
When you own a business, you can always change ownership and close the business, but what happens if you own your own company?
That’s what Westgate had to contend with.
According to Westgaga, it has to go through a “dynamic review process” before it can sell a business.
And when it’s a business owned by a competitor you have to make sure that you can sell your business to a new owner.
And so that’s what happened with Westgate Games, the gaming and arcade business that was sold to a company called the WestGaga Entertainment Group.
What happens next is a bit more complicated.
The gaming business, which Westgate still owns, is still going to be managed by Westgate until 2020.
Then, WestGates new CEO, Gary, will be running the business until 2020, according the San Diegos business newspaper, The News-Press.
That means the gaming business will continue to run as an independent company, even though Gary Smith is now running it as a subsidiary of WestGas Entertainment Group, which is now called Westgate Inc.
WestGaga and its new parent, Westgas, were going to sell Westgate the Westgames gaming and gaming centers.
But Westgas wanted to keep its gaming and video game centers and the entertainment company as separate entities, so that it could focus more on its entertainment businesses.
But the company couldn’t get the Westgatas approval to sell those companies.
So, on Feb. 17, 2021, Westga filed for bankruptcy protection.
Westgas CEO, Wayne Johnson, left, and company CEO, Joe Bancroft, leave the bankruptcy court in San Jose, California, in this March 22, 2021 file photo.
Johnson says the bankruptcy was necessary because Westgas’