Negative Campaigning Reaches a New Level
Candidates no longer talk about what they are going to do but rather what’s wrong with their opponents.
OBJ Is Not The Way
It was refreshing to hear Giants co-owner John Mara say yesterday, “I wish he would create the headlines by his play on the field as opposed to what he says and what he does off the field. I think he needs to do a little more playing and a little less talking.”
The Risks Men Take
Why men don't go to the doctor and other risks men take in life.
Honoring Sister Jean’s Impact
Sr. Jean Spena found out Sunday that she has made a positive impact in the lives of many at St. Joseph's Grade School in Toms River.
Third and Fourth Times the Charm for ‘A Star Is Born’
My wife Jane and I are probably among the minority who actually liked the third version of "A Star is Born" which came out in 1976 and starred Barbara Streisand and Kris Kristofferson and for the most part was panned by critics.
Walking to Keep A Memory Alive
Anthony Maruca left this world far too young but continues to be a beacon of hope for others through those that loved him the most.
Winter Comes to the Bronx
The good news for all of you who root for the Yankees is their core group is made up of so many young players and the future is very bright.
BlueClaws Homeruns For Heroes Pays Off for Charities
The tenth season of Home Runs for Heroes saw the OceanFirst Foundation award $78,000 in grants to fourteen charities in Central & South Jersey that meet the emergency basic needs of veterans and local service men and women (active and retired) and their families.
Playoff Fever Grips Shore Conference (in October?!)
The new conference alignment and schedule has teams playing most if not all of their divisions games to start the season and that sets the stage for this to be basically a championship weekend even though it’s early October.
Learning the Terms of Football
Football can be tough to understand because the language is foreign to those who don’t follow the sport. Here are some examples of terminology used that often that explaining.
St. Joseph’s Fire and Force Gets A Permanent Home
The gymnasium used by grade school students will be dedicated to Sister Jean Spena, a fitting tribute for a woman whose zest for fitness and competition never waned throughout her career.
A Sunny End to September
The Jets, Giants and Eagles all lost but the weather was great and so was the Monmouth Hawks come from behind win.