“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” – Babe Ruth I live for a good quote. Honestly, quotes always get me out of any type of funk. Alright, a little about me now. Well, I grew up in a little area called Watts in Los Angeles, CA. Yes, I am a huge fan of all of the LA sports teams. This may be strange to many, but one thing I love to do is sit with older folks and just listen to their life stories. They always amaze me. I’m an extremely positive and optimistic person. If you are hanging out with me just know we are always curving negative vibes. One last fun fact about me, I highly dislike movie nights. I’d rather talk and have a few drinks. My radio career started back in 2010 in Los Angeles and through out the years it has taken me to Palm Spring, Las Vegas as well as some other cities.
Army Vs Navy Football Game Will Not Happen At The Linc This Year
After many years the Lincoln Financial Field will not be hosting the Army vs Navy rivalry game and it's moving to West Point.
76ers’ Plans to Build New Arena at Penn’s Landing Have Been Denied
Philadelphia 76ers were beat to the punch by the Durst Organization of New York and will no longer be able to build new arena at Penn's Landing.
Frozen Shrimp Sold at Costco and BJ’s Wholesale Recalled
If you have recently purchased frozen shrimp from either Costco or BJ's Wholesale Club do not eat them.
Cherry Hill Mall Will Not Allow Unaccompanied Teens
According to NJ.com, Cherry Hill Mall will not be allowing anyone that is under 18 years of age inside without an adult.
List: What New Rules to Expect at Your Favorite Stores
Expect to run into a bunch of rules when stores reopen and one of those rules is trying on clothes at the store. We have a whole list of things we believe you need to know.
Wildwood Bars Set to Start Selling Take-out Alcoholic Drinks
In North Wildwood, some streets will be closed near bars and they'll be allowed to sell alcoholic beverages through a window in their establishment.
Burger King Giving Away Free Burgers to Students
Burger King will be hooking-up students with some free food -- but you'll have to do a little work to get it.
NJ Transit Set to Cut Passenger Capacity in Half
Passenger capacity cuts will start on Monday at 8PM. NJ Transit will only allow 50% of its capacity on all trains, buses, light-rail vehicles, and para-transit vehicles.
Payments on Federal Student Loans Temporarily Suspended
The federal government has decided to wave student loan payments for 60 days.
‘Wawa Rule’ – Camden County Bans Self-serve Coffee and Food in Convenience Stores
If you're heading to a Wawa in one New Jersey County, you'll need to have an employee handle your food or drink order.