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
Toys R Us Closes its Last Two Stores, One in Paramus
Toys R Us closed its last remaining two stores this week, one which was in Paramus at the Westfield Garden State Plaza mall.
Fan-made Female Version of Flyers Mascot is Disturbingly Funny
The creator is Riot Rogers, a costume designer and prop maker out of London who's been cleverly positioning her creation in fun and disturbing situations and sharing everything on Twitter.
Sports Betting, a Fun Distraction During the Pandemic
Sports betting in New Jersey has become a welcome hobby for me. It enhances my love and appreciation of sports particularly, football and college basketball.
Elvis, Still a Music Influence 44 Years After His Death
This weekend, Elvis Presley would have celebrated his 86th birthday. As we all know, he passed away in 1977 at the young age of 42.
The most significant record contract sale in music history
It was 65 years ago, in November of 1955, when the biggest record contract of the time was sold and bought. Music historians say that this contract was the equivalent of the Red Sox trading Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees.
The Rockefeller Christmas tree, one tradition that lives on in 2020
Ever since I was a kid we had the tradition of going into New York, heading over to Rockefeller Center and checking out what we used to call, “the world’s largest Christmas tree.”
America’s love of pumpkins began with pumpkin beer, not pie
I was watching the news the other night and saw some interesting facts about the jolly old pumpkin, the staple and signature of Halloween, fall and a symbol of harvest.
Campbell’s Soup, Serving it Up for Over 150 Years
As the temperatures dipped a bit this week it made me reflect on the warming lunch I used to get when I was a kid. Nothing beat a grilled cheese sandwich and a hot bowl of Campbell’s tomato soup.
The Most Famous Car in History
When car enthusiasts and the public think of the pink Cadillac they think of Elvis, Bruce Springsteen, Sugar Ray Robinson, Aretha Franklin and, of course, Mary Kay Cosmetics.
New Jersey, Home to “Rich, Corinthian Leather”
In 1975, Chrysler reintroduced the Cordoba, a car that was priced under a Cadillac and Lincoln but yet had some fine appointments including “rich Corinthian leather.”