Love and Umlauts
It’s a love story as old as time. Girl goes on an IKEA shopping spree with her daughter, who is suspended from school. Girl sees Boy. Girl stalks Boy. Girl’s daughter gives Boy her mother’s phone number, and they live happily ever after.
On June 8th, Shirley and Berkely Smith, both 46, returned to the Read More
No Shirt No Shoes No Service
Stop the sag!
Wildwood wants visitors to pull up their pants, put on shirts and slip on some shoes while on the boardwalk.
Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr. told The Press of Atlantic City, he’s tired of hearing complaints about people who “walk around with their butts hanging out.” He feels that baggy pants Read More
What's in a Name
A new thrill ride on the Jersey Shore will be named Super Storm, so that riders can remember how much fun it was when Sandy ravaged the coastline and destroyed their homes.
The spinning, pendulum-shaped ride, which is slated to be open sometime before the Fourth of July, will help replace some of the iconic Read More
Flame-haired prince-of-hearts Harry Windsor is touching down in the city today, wrapping up his latest U.S. tour with visits to Harlem and New Jersey, before rounding off the week by captaining a Polo match in Connecticut.
The third in line to the English throne will visit the Tri-State area less than nine months Read More
UNDER THE KNIFE
From scrunchie-gate to bang-mageddon, American political figures have often had to contend with intense media scrutiny when it comes to their physical appearances. And while the country’s female politicians usually take the brunt of the criticism, none has had it worse than poor Chris Christie.
The husky, spider-killing New Jersey Governor has been followed since Read More
Along Came A Spider
Oh, Chris Christie, ever a man of the people. First he saved New Jerseyans from the ravages of Superstorm Sandy, and last Friday, he saved innocent schoolchildren … from a spider.
A video posted to YouTube last week shows an heroic scene from a group of schoolchildren’s visit to the N.J. Governor’s office: After somebody Read More
Swimming with the fishes
In a move like something out of a bad mafia film, a New Jersey diner manager was arrested this week for hiring a hit man to bump off his uncle, authorities said.
Georgios Spyropoulos, the 45-year-old manager of the Tick Tock Diner in Clifton, N.J., had beef with his uncle, 57-year-old Alexandros Sgroudos, the owner Read More
If you can't take the heat..
Get ready to see a lot more pasty teenagers at the Jersey Shore this summer.
Yesterday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill into law that bans children under the age of 17 from using tanning beds in the Garden State.
The law comes from the case of Nutley, N.J. resident Patricia Krentcil, a.k.a. Read More
Are you looking for “a great place for really nice people to live, work and have fun!” A place where exclamation points are employed unironically and artists are idealistic rather than cynical and crabby? In New Jersey?
Well, if anyone would know what it means to dream the impossible dream, it would be Mitch Leigh, the developer of the New Jersey planned community for really nice people, who made his fortune by writing the unlikely musical hit “Man of La Mancha.”
Time unveiled its new cover today and it features a stark, head-on portrait of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie with “The Boss” written below in red capitals.
Mr. Christie was on Today this morning to talk to Matt Lauer about gun control, Sandy relief and how the political gridlock in New Jersey is superior to that in Washington. Not surprisingly, the magazine cover story came up.