Have you ever been at a restaurant when some obnoxious fool at the next table starts bellowing into their phone for a lengthy convo?
How about your own meal companion paying more attention to what's in their hand than you, right in front of their face? A Jersey Shore eatery is fighting back, rewarding customers who stay off their phones.
UPDATE (1/6/17): The event has been postponed until next weekend due to the pending snowstorm on 1/7.
Back in November, photographer Gregory Andrus of "Portraits of the Jersey Shore" stopped by the Point studios to capture some photos and stories for his amazing blog.
This weekend, he'll head to the Ocean County Library in downtown Toms River for a special exhibit of his work.
If you're the kind of person who hates when it gets dark so early, I have some good news for you. The earliest sunsets of the year are happening now, and depending on where you are in New Jersey, the sun will start setting later tomorrow!
"Portraits of the Jersey Shore" is an incredible photography project that shares photos and stories of random people who live, work, and play at the Jersey Shore.
Founder Gregory Andrus recently stopped by the station to talk about it and interview some Townsquare Media employees to include in his work!
We all know there's all manner of wildlife constantly swimming in the ocean, even here at the Jersey Shore, but it's still incredible to see!
Check out this video of a whale spotted just off the coastline!
Once just a Rutgers Business School competition-winning business plan, a small food stand which opened in 2014 in Belmar has now become a foodie favorite at the Jersey Shore.
The rapidly growing company is expanding again, planning a sixth location in Red Bank.