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!
Comic Chris Gethard settles Taylor Ham pork roll debate
This was recorded in Asbury Park and in his first three minutes he takes on pork roll, Central Jersey and stripper’s names. How Jersey is that?
How bad is the Jersey exodus? This bad
We keep hearing about people wanting to escape the overtaxed, over-regulated state of New Jersey.
10 truly awful Thanksgiving jokes for kids
But hey, your kids might get a kick out of them!
What’s With All the Coyote Attacks Happening in New Jersey?
It’s happened again. Another coyote attack on a Rutgers campus.
Real Trees This Christmas Can Lead to Eggs Hatching Inside Your Home
We warned you about this last year. A real tree at Christmas could lead to a real nasty mess in your living room with the encroaching spotted lanternfly.
Four of the Most Awful Jersey Horror Films Ever Made
Horror fans everywhere could, I think, agree that the four movies listed here have to be universally laughed at.
Sinkholes Are Eating Some Beaches at the Jersey Shore
Sea Bright officials are asking people to stay off the beach for the time being.
This Guy’s Car Is a Shrine to Pit Bulls Everywhere
Once in awhile a car gets your attention. Once in a greater while, a car grabs you buy your throat, slams your head against a curb and outright demands it!
NJ to Thank for the Awful Idea of Highway Traffic Circles
So they put these in thinking the population and number of cars on the road would just never increase? Freaking genius!
Nat’l Tooth Fairy Day — Is Your Kid Getting Shortchanged?
By region, our state being in the Northeast means New Jersey's average per tooth payout in 2019 is $3.75.