On weekends, the music comes out to play and so do I. I have the best job in the world, playing Jersey’s Favorite Hits, and I’ve been doing it for more than 20 years here on New Jersey 101.5. You can catch me on Friday nights from 7 p.m. to midnight as well as Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We have jokes, traffic, weather and great music. One of the great things I love to do is remote broadcasts and appearances. We go all over New Jersey for more fun and I get to meet the people that enjoy the show and our fine station. I live true to my motto: “Livin’ Large and Lovin’ Life.” Who has more fun than me?
Big Joe Henry
Who Has the World’s Biggest Organ? New Jersey, of Course
The pipe organ in the main auditorium of the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City is the largest organ in the world. What makes it the largest organ in the world?
The Jersey Tomato is Not Just for Jersey Anymore
The New Jersey tomato has been getting more respect lately and it's well deserved.
What You Need to Know About Jersey Fresh Corn
There’s nothing like a couple of ears of fresh Jersey corn served up with your summer meals. It’s a tradition.
Footage from Wartime Atlantic City, NJ, in 1942
Many of us know the storied history of Atlantic City and its famed boardwalk but the World's Play Ground was an integral part of history during World War II.
New Jersey Celebrates Nude Recreation Week
This week is National Nude Recreation Week. Now let me make it perfectly clear that I am not a nudist and that’s more out of deep concern for anyone who may witness that. It’s not pretty.
51 Years Ago, Asbury Park Was Burning and Music Saved the City
The riots from the July Fourth weekend in 1970 tore a city and the state of New Jersey in half. The damage to both the infrastructure and race relations in Asbury Park was intense and overwhelming.
Frankie Valli, NJ’s Own, Turns 87 and Still Cranks Out the Hits
The New Jersey Hall of Famer and the 1990 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee turns 87 this week and he's still touring !
Looking Back on the First Cell Phone Call, Which Happened in NJ
I found it somewhat fascinating that the first cell phone call was made in April of 1973 when Dr. Martin Cooper, general manager of Motorola, drove to Manhattan and called Bell Labs in New Jersey.
Twp New Jersey Teens Tee it Up at the Masters
Two talented New Jersey teens were good enough to qualify for the finals of the Drive, Chip and Putt golf tournament this weekend at the Masters.
New Jersey’s Top Notorious Crimes, Here are a Few of the Most Famous
Rightly or wrongly, New Jersey has always been portrayed as a haven for crime and corruption.