I love being part of New Jersey 101.5. It's a station I was a fan of even before working here, plus New Jersey is my home state. Born and raised in Union County, that whole area seen in the old "Sopranos" opening credits was pretty much my back yard. I've also lived in Cape May, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset counties. Now I reside in Hunterdon County with my wife and four kids. I love Bruce Springsteen, Jersey pizza, summers at Seaside and the greatest radio audience in the world!
Billboard Dad Rents His Own Atlantic City Billboard
Christopher Ferry's sons encouraged strangers to call their dad to wish him a happy birthday. And call they did.
Opinion: Flat Earthers, Anti-vaxxers, and the Ban on Self-serve Gas
New Jersey -- where we might as well be living on another planet. You see, the rules of logic, science, and economics apparently don't apply here.
Opinion: Holy Fahrenheit 451 – NJ Eyes Banning ‘Huck Finn’
As political correctness leads us ever closer to the edge, it just had a big push from a couple of liberal lawmakers in Trenton who now want to ban books.
Monopoly Offering ‘Cheater’s Edition’
The classic board game Monopoly, based on all things Atlantic City, is being given a makeover. It's one some parents have a big problem with. Monopoly: Cheater's Edition.
Are We So Addicted to Phones We Need Text Stops?
This is New York's way of telling drivers that if they're going to play with their phones, there's a place they can do it safely. Should NJ adopt this idea?
These Maps Should End the North, Central, South Jersey Debate Forever
Check out these maps to see what part of the state you fall into.
Opinion: Taxman Murphy Looks at New Tolls for Pensions
There's an idea being talked about in Trenton hallways to move the New Jersey Turnpike system into the pension system and grow revenues by adding more tolls.
Obnoxious Woman Won’t Move Purse on NJ Transit Train, Gets Schooled
There's arrogance, then there's this woman.
Guess How Many New Jerseyans Don’t Bother Seeing a Dentist
On this Valentine's Day, a survey done by the NJ Department of Health might make you develop a kissing aversion.
Studies Show Why $15 Min. Wage Will Fail NJ’s Working Poor
It became official Monday. Governor Phil Murphy signed into law a $15/hour minimum wage that phases-in year by year.