The Asbury Park Boardwalk Is Basically A Museum On The Beach
So far this summer I have had the great pleasure to work at the New Jersey Natural Gas Asbury Park Boardwalk Studio. Even with our strict Covid-19 guidelines, our boardwalk broadcasts have been a refreshing reminder that summer at the Jersey Shore is alive and well.
Now… It’s something about the Asbury Park Boardwalk that gives me a jolt of Jersey pride! You look one way and you see the Casino and you look the other way and see Convention Hall. To think Convention Hall is almost a century old and it’s still standing proud is astonishing. Not only Bruce Springsteen but groups like the Rolling Stones, The Doors, The Who, Van Halen, and many more have played shows in Convention Hall. Even the legendary television show ‘The Sopranos’ shot an episode on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. What I am trying to say is that everywhere you look and walk there is history on the boardwalk that we should be proud of.
Most importantly, the reason why I wanted to write this article was to show off the extraordinary art that is up and down the boardwalk. Thanks to 24 local, national, and international artists, we are able to feel welcomed in a colorful way when approaching the beach.
Art and history are everywhere on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. 94.3 The Point, New Jersey Natural Gas, and I are proud to be broadcasting there every Friday, Saturday and Sunday! Stop by, say hello, and enjoy your time on the Asbury Park Boardwalk!
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