I've been working with Jeff Deminski, or Heff-ay, since our first run at New Jersey 101.5 from 1994 to 1999. After 12 years in Michigan, we came back in 2011. I have three children (two of whom were born in the Garden State), with one at Montclair State and two in high school in Ocean County. I live in Jackson, where I enjoy grilling burgers 12 months a year on my Big Green Egg.
Cowtown: Experience New Jersey’s Surprising Piece of the Old West
When you hear the word “rodeo”, you might not think of New Jersey, but the Garden State is home to the longest running weekly professional rodeo in the country: the Cowtown Rodeo.
This Day in New Jersey History: the 1916 Shark Attacks
This is the time of year when there are frequent shark sightings off the Jersey Shore and we all know that incredibly few people are ever attacked, but, for one summer, in 1916, terror gripped the shore.
The Man Who Proved Jersey Tomatoes Were Safe to Eat
What if there were no ripe, juicy Jersey tomatoes in your grocery store? The man who proved they were safe to eat was a New Jersey man, Col. Robert Gibbon Johnson.
New Jersey Woman to Star in New ‘Snow White’ Film
Rachel Zegler is on quite a hot streak. The 20-year-old Clifton native has been cast as the lead in Disney’s new live action version of “Snow White.”
SopranosCon to Return This Year, Now in Atlantic City
This year's SopranosCon will be held on July 24 & 25 at Harrah’s.
Cape May ‘Underground’ — How NJ Became Harriet Tubman’s Home and Beacon of Freedom
No, this isn’t a reprint: the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cape May will have its third grand opening this Saturday, June 19, or Juneteenth.
Hawks, Falcons to Chase Seagulls Away Again in Ocean City
We’ve all been stalked by aggressive seagulls at the Jersey Shore looking to steal our fries, but Ocean City is actually doing something about it.
Atlantic City Convention Center Will Open at Full Capacity in June
This is very good news for Atlantic City: the Convention Center will be back open at full capacity come June and that should give a boost to the struggling economy there.
Ocean City Restaurant Employs Robot Server to Combat Staffing Shortage
The robot, named 'Little Peanut,' isn't taking anyone’s job, just helping current employees.
Today Marks the 84th Anniversary of the Hindenburg Disaster
On May 6th, 1937, the hydrogen filled airship was attempting to dock on a mooring mast at the Naval Air Station when it caught fire, falling 200 feet and killing 13 passengers, 22 crew members, and one member of the ground crew.