One of the weird by-products of Sandy was the ability to talk to insurance workers, utility workers and many other people who came to New Jersey from out of state to help us. I got to hear first hand from many out of staters how surprised they were about how nice we are here in the Garden State.
Urban Dictionary is a web-based dictionary of slang words and phrases, which contains 7 million definitions. Similar to Wikipedia, anyone can submit a definition for all to see. A simple search of "Jersey Shore" yielded hundreds of thousands definitions for MTV's "Jersey Shore." They ranged from the mild to wild. In between there were user submitted definitions of the Jersey Shore and most of them weren't flattering.
No one needs to tell you or me that the Jersey Shore is due for a break when it comes to weather. As a matter of fact, if there was justice in the world of weather, we would have great weather for a year straight. Unfortunately, it doesn't always work that way.
Two Ocean County teens pull off a feat normally reserved for seasoned promoters. 16-year old Amanda Kacperowski and 14-year-old Sara Brilliant of Toms River are hosting a Hurricane Relief Concert dubbed "Pier Pressure," featuring five bands and a special guest this coming Saturday.
It's been tough to keep track of time the past few weeks. It's hard to believe that my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving is this Thursday. At some point during the post-Sandy period, most of us have asked ourselves "why do I live here?" Quite frankly, I did. Here are
The MTV special featuring the cast of Jersey Shore had some surreal moments and some heartbreaking pictures, videos and stories.The moment that got me was when Snooki, touring the devastation by helicopter, reached the rides in Seaside and was speechless. Snooki being speechless really said it all.
Hollywood can have there stereotypes and comedians can make their predictable jokes, but as far as I'm concerned, especially after the past two weeks, I'd rather be surrounded by residents of the great Garden State than anyone else on Earth.
Remember when you first heard about Sandy. You looked at that map that showed all the different possible tracks of the storm, and you just assumed it would go one of the other ways. We hardly ever get hurricanes, so we certainly aren't going to get this one, right? Doesn't that seem like months ago?
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