History

Jersey’s Drive-In Movies
During the 1950's and 60's, at the height of their popularity, drive-in movie theatres dotted the landscape of The Garden State.  Here's some history and nostalgia, plus one big surprise.
“The Bikini” – A History [Video]
Millions of women wear or have worn them.  Many millions of men love to look at them.  Here's a bit of history about this swimwear fashion that's commonplace at the Jersey Shore and at beaches everywhere.
Governor Tom Kean: The Politics Of Inclusion
Governor Chris Christie is all over the tube...whether you're watching the entire sit-down with Oprah, or catching clips on the news and the talkshows.  This is not new for the Garden State.  Christie is just the most-recent New Jersey governor to find himself, and his …
This Day In Music History
December 31st
1967 - American songwriter and producer Bert Berns died of heart failure aged 38. He wrote many classic songs including 'Twist And Shout', 'Hang On Sloopy', ‘Here Comes the Night’, ‘I Want Candy’ and 'Brown Eyed Girl&a…
This Day In Music History
December 30th
1962 - Singer Brenda Lee's Nashville home burns to the ground. The "I'm Sorry" singer is injured when she rushes into the flames to rescue her pet poodle Cee Cee. Brenda recovers, but the dog dies.
This Day In Music History
Bing Crosby - White Christmas by beautifulcynic
December 24th & 25th
1954 - Christmas Day - Bing Crosby's ‘White Christmas’ entered the Billboard Pop chart for the eleventh time. Bing's rendition has sold over 100 million copies around the world, with at least 5…

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