Many of you have been hearing stories on the air about my life as a mom of two (now teen) boys since they were born. As always, my priority remains my kids. I may have spent several years in NYC, but much of my life has been right here at the Jersey Shore. When I'm not out hosting events and making appearances to support some of my most beloved charities, you can usually find me out and about with one or both of my boys, walking or running the boardwalks between Asbury Park and Point Pleasant Beach, supporting locally-owned stores, restaurants and coffee houses, and telling my (ahem) unusual stories during our morning show about my family's life adventures. I love to laugh at the absurdity of it all. Thanks for listening to "Lou and Liz in the Morning. You are the reason we've been able to keep going for so many years. Your loyalty to our morning show is greatly appreciated. See you in the morning!
How To Make Sure Your Pet is Safe on Halloween
It's the little things that you might not think of until it's too late.
Ocean Township Man Invents Social Distance Beach Ring
Ken Brown from Ocean Township came up with the idea when talking with his friends about their concerns about overcrowded beaches during the pandemic.
Hazlet Couple of 61 Years Now Dancing in Heaven After COVID-19
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A Veterinarian’s Advice Concerning Coronavirus and Your Pets
Have a back-up plan, emergency kit, and plan in place just in case you get sick and someone else needs to take care of your pets.
Anxiety Specialist Offers Advice if You Find Yourself Panicking
To combat anxiety, your focus needs to be on the present, not compulsively watching and obsessively worrying. Don't project on what you think the future holds.
Sharks vs. Rip Currents: What You Need to Know
What's more dangerous in the ocean off of New Jersey -- great white sharks or rip currents?