The last couple of Saturdays, after my Asbury Park Boardwalk broadcasts, I have been hosting two-hour events at Bar Anticipation. 94.3 The Point is there every Saturday in the summer from 4-6 pm sponsored by our great friends at Miller Lite! I love hosting events at Bar-A, it's the perfect start to an exciting Saturday night. We are always playing connect four, handing out awesome Miller Lite swag, and having lots of laughs with our listeners. You should definitely stop by one Saturday before the summer comes to an end! 

Listen to Jimmy G nights on 94.3 The Point and download our free 94.3 The Point app.

So... Are people at the Jersey Shore drinking too much?

This question popped into my head after seeing thousands of beer cans in dumpsters outside of Bar-A. Check out the pictures below:

Thousands Of Beer Cans!

Side note... What a tremendous job by Bar-A for recycling! I wonder how many days it took to accumulate this many cans?!

To answer the question..."Are people at the Jersey Shore drinking too much?" - Honestly, people at the Jersey Shore can drink all they want! We just broke out of a pandemic, this is a great reason to party and support local establishments. Did you really think I was going to sit here and judge people for having a good time after everything we've been through? I was in awe of the number of cans in the dumpsters. It looked like a ball pit for a twenty-one-year-old!

Thank you to Bar-A and Miller Lite for hosting us on Saturdays. We are excited to keep the 2021 summer rolling! - Jimmy G

P.S. - LIVE shows are back at the Stone Pony! The full 2021 concert schedule is below:

The 2021 Stone Pony Concert Schedule

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