I've been working with Jeff Deminski, or Heff-ay, since our first run at New Jersey 101.5 from 1994 to 1999. After 12 years in Michigan, we came back in 2011. I have three children (two of whom were born in the Garden State), with one at Montclair State and two in high school in Ocean County. I live in Jackson, where I enjoy grilling burgers 12 months a year on my Big Green Egg.
The murder of bootlegger Dutch Schultz
Charles Workman was convicted of killing Schultz and was sentenced to life in prison which he served at Rahway, until being paroled in 1964.
The history of the George Washington Bridge
One of the most famous bridges in the world started its existence in October of 1927.
Lakewood BlueClaws change name, add new logos
Introducing the Jersey Shore BlueClaws.
Devils broadcasting legend Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick calls it a career
The breadth of his hockey knowledge is breathtaking, and Devils’ fans were spoiled for years by having him bring them the action.
26 years later, ‘Clerks’ is still a Jersey treasure
The 1994 movie was shot for a reported $25,000 and wound up grossing $3 million, making Kevin Smith a player in Hollywood to this day.
JBJ Soul Kitchen’s chili cook-off fundraiser is back
The winning contestant will be announced on or around November 21.
When the NBA came to the Meadowlands
The Nets are no strangers to moving.
Three of America’s fattest cities are in New Jersey
New Jersey has a well deserved reputation for having great food, so I guess it makes sense that we also have some of the most overweight people in the country.
Thomas Edison’s mysterious last breath
There is some controversy about an aspect of famed inventor Thomas Edison’s death.
The Jungle Habitat lion attack
It was in October of 1972 that one of the more notorious incidents at New Jersey’s Jungle Habitat took place.