COVID had effected us all in one way or another. Sometimes we imagine that celebrities have ways to avoid the hassles that us normal people have to deal with (in some cases that's correct) but when it comes to COVID that all access pass and black card means nothing.
Other than almost getting an underage drinking ticket, I have never been in trouble with the law. I hope to continue to keep my record clean because I will never be able to survive in jail. I always watch those random jail shows on Netflix, there is a zero chance I would make it out alive. I'm a pansy!
The New Jersey Hall of Fame highlights Garden State citizens who have completed tremendous accomplishments throughout the years. These people might have once lived in New Jersey or still do today. The New Jersey Hall of Fame says, "The people we celebrate have overcome every imaginable obstacle and challenge. They have survived war, overcome the bleakness of poverty, conquered fear, disability, and rebounded from untold rejections and failure."
Asbury Park is a huge draw for a lot of reasons, especially for music lovers.
The city is always playing host to amazing talent, ranging from the local to the international, and this past weekend was no exception, with one Grammy-winning rising star stopping in to work on some new tunes.