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Play "Jersey's Opening Lines" with Steve Trevelise on NJ101.5
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Play ‘Jersey’s Opening Lines’ with Steve Trevelise Tonight at 9

From the man who brought you “Trevia” which asks the question “What ELSE do we know about New Jersey," comes “Jersey’s Opening Lines.” 

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Injured hockey player Mikey Nichols (center) and his father Steve (left), visited Steve Trevelise (right) to discuss a new treatment possibility and play a few rounds of Trevia. (Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
Injured hockey player Mikey Nichols (center) and his father Steve (left), visited Steve Trevelise (right) to discuss a new treatment possibility and play a few rounds of Trevia. (Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Monroe hockey player Mikey Nichols joins Steve Trevelise in studio

Monroe Township hockey player Mikey Nichols who was injured in a game last January that left him paralyzed joined me in studio last night with his father Steve.

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After being paralyzed while playing hockey, high school student Mikey Nichols has returned home. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
After being paralyzed while playing hockey, high school student Mikey Nichols has returned home. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Mikey Nichols joins Steve Trevelise for a round of ‘Trevia’

Tonight on a special edition of “Trevia,” former Monroe Township hockey player Mikey Nichols, will join Steve Trevelise to ask the questions. Mikey was injured in a game last year, that left him paralyzed.

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Listen to ‘Vic Dibitetto on Jersey’ with Steve Trevelise

He’s made you laugh like you seldom do in the top casinos and comedy clubs across New Jersey and tonight you can hear Vic Dibitetto at 9:07 in his weekly segment on my show called  ‘Vic Dibitetto on Jersey.”

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POLL: Should a coach’s comedy routine be held against him at his job?

When you get arrested, part of your Miranda Rights says “anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law." Should anything you say in a comedy club be used against you in your day job? What if your day job was coaching kids in football?

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POLL: Should we be able to burn leaves in NJ?

If you’re old enough to remember a time when you could burn leaves in New Jersey, then you probably remember how much fun it was, and the festivities it brought.

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POLL: Should all immigrants learn English?

Recently, President Obama spoke about his ideas for immigration reform. On CBS' 'Face the Nation,' the President said that immigrants should learn how to speak English.

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Play "Jersey's Opening Lines" with Steve Trevelise on NJ101.5
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Play ‘Jersey’s Opening Lines’ with Steve Trevelise

From the man who brought you “Trevia,”  now brings you a brand new Jersey game called “Jersey’s Opening Lines.” 

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POLL: Which is worse separation or divorce?

If you’ve ever been divorced against your will, you know it could be the hardest thing you will ever go through in your life. But is it harder than the separation? Not according to a new Gallop Poll.

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WATCH: Vic Dibitetto talks about Fall in the Garden State

Fall is the time for raking the leaves and from what Manalapan comedian Vic Dibitetto says, it's easier to do this in Marlboro than it is in Manalapan.

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