Jersey is all about attitude, and that's what you get with me. Jersey attitude, born in Union City and bred through Marlboro, Old Bridge, Eatontown, East Windsor, Roosevelt, Sea Isle City and more. When I'm not talking Jersey on New Jersey 101.5, I'm making fun of it in theaters, comedy clubs and casinos across the state. But I do it with love, because that's what we're about in New Jersey — love and attitude.
Opinion: Under No Circumstances Should NJ Taxpayers Pay for Abortions
This is not about your opinion on abortion. This is about who should pay for them in New Jersey and it shouldn't be the taxpayers.
Opinion: How Bag Companies Can/Will Profit from NJ Bag Ban
Well here we are folks, the New Jersey bag ban has started and you will no longer be getting one of those evil single-use plastic bags when you leave your local grocery or convenience store.
NJ State PBA President Opens Up About Off-duty Police Using Legal Weed
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in New Jersey, a hot topic has been whether or not police officers should be allowed to get high on their day off.
NJ’s Uncle Floyd Diagnosed With COVID by Police and it Reveals Two Types of Cancer
"The cop knew," says Floyd. "He says, 'Listen, my job is to protect you, but my job is also to protect all the other motorists I'm not going to let you go any further. There's something wrong.'"
‘Wildwood Days’ Bobby Rydell remembered for his NJ connections
Remembering Bobby Rydell and we revisit his interview with Steve Trevelise
Looking Back on Atlantic City’s Diving Horses
Today, it would never happen thanks to animal cruelty laws, but once upon a time in Atlantic City, women used to ride diving horses into an 11-foot tank at Steel Pier.
Opinion: The Stock You Need to Buy if You Live in NJ
If you're looking for a great stock tip living in New Jersey, try either the Clorox Company or Reynolds Consumer products, or both.
NJ Sen. O’Scanlon: ‘Before I’m done, we will have self-serve gas’
The push to pump our own gas in New Jersey got some traction when a bipartisan and bi-gender bill was introduced earlier this month.
NJ Teen Plays Her Cello Version of Ukraine Anthem on Beach
13-year-old Kealia Grace Smith took her cello to the beach where she arranged the Ukraine National Anthem in four parts and performed it.
NJ Dad Will Climb Mt. Everest for Son Battling Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
James Raffone and a group of men will be traveling to Nepal to climb their way to the base camp of Mt. Everest. The team will be climbing to raise awareness and fund a clinical trial ready to start.