Generosity on the Shore
An example of Jersey Shore generosity on a day of tragedy and humiliation around the country.
Beachwood’s ‘Team Colette’ Needs Your Help
There is rarely a week that goes by during which I don’t hear directly or indirectly a story about someone that just tugs at your heartstrings and unfortunately you can’t tell them all. Today I’m sharing one about Colette Gruber, a single mother of five children ages 2-21.
Easter Weekend in Washington
It was only the third time in the last 30 years or so I have visited our nation’s capital and I admit to forgetting about how amazing the city truly is.
A Step Closer to Summer: BlueClaws Open at Home
The BlueClaws begin their 16th season in Lakewood tonight and are as much a part of summer at the Jersey Shore as beaches, boardwalks, barbecues and bennies and part of a lifestyle that includes Six Flags, Monmouth Park, the Stone Pony, LBI and Jenkinson’s.
Getting Help for the Horror of Addiction
The scariest part of the drug problem is there is no profile. It affects all ages, lifestyles, backgrounds. It doesn’t know or care if you come from a good and loving family or a dysfunctional one whether you have money or don’t.
Not Quite Summer in Seaside Park
Welcome to spring at the Jersey Shore where a 16 degree difference in just a few miles is certainly nothing new to those of us who have lived here for a while but always fools visitors.
Sunday With my Favorite Girls
I began my Sunday by taking a spinning class with my daughter at Toms River Fitness which allowed me to feel less guilty later when Jane, Alex and I took a ride to Asbury Park and stopped at the Biergarten for a couple of cold ones on the rooftop patio before enjoying pizza while sitting outside at …
Mariners and Griffins Lend A Helping Hand
The basketball season has been over for a while but it’s certainly not too late to applaud the efforts of two high school teams for truly understanding that at times it is better to give than receive. Once again this winter the Toms River Basketball Association provided a Challenger Division Clinic …
Bob Hurley, the Heart and Soul of St. Anthony
The closing of St. Anthony in Jersey City is garnering greater attention because it has been home to New Jersey’s most visible and successful basketball program under legendary Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley Sr.
Enjoying a Tale As Old As Time
I saw the new version of "Beauty and the Beast" yesterday with my wife. I know you’re thinking: why would a 61-year old man without any grandchildren see this movie?
Digital Knowledge After a Late Night
Don’t expect too much here because I’m working on no sleep as I forced myself to stay up and watch North Carolina beat Gonzaga in the NCAA Championship game and then could not fall asleep afterwards.
Your 2017 Lakewood BlueClaws Ready To Roll
The Lakewood BlueClaws open their 2017 season in Kannapolis, North Carolina Thursday and once again the Shore Sports Network will be the radio home for the Class-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. All 140 regular-season games can be heard on Beach Radio 1160 & 1310AM with Greg Giombarrese…