The Pandemic Can’t Stop a Good Event
The annual Coaches vs. Cancer event isn't happening but you can still support the cause to raise money for research, education and programs in the community.
Trying to Play High School Basketball During a Pandemic
Welcome to what is sure to be the most challenging six weeks or so in the history of high school basketball at the Jersey Shore.
Remembering Kobe Bryant and the Events That Followed
Today is the one-year anniversary of the death of Kobe Bryant which to me was the start of a chain reaction that would lead to maybe the worst year in the history of our country and the entire world.
Tom Brady’s 10th Trip to the Super Bowl
The Kansas City Chiefs go for their 2nd straight championship on Tom Brady's home turf in Tampa Bay.
Kudos to the Nurses at Community Medical Center
Nurses are the lifeline between patients and family and I came away with a new found respect for what they do after my 93-year-old mother's stay.
10 Thoughts for Thursday
Jennifer Lopez is stunning at age 51. The Brooklyn Nets are the Yankees of the NBA. Winter is not over. And...JLo is stunning at age 51.
A Reset at the White House
Regardless of your political affiliation you should want Joe Biden to succeed as president because the future of America may very well ride on these next four years.
Making the Case for High School Sports Crowds
As it stands high school hockey and basketball games will be played in empty gyms as no spectators will be allowed to attend.
Football Hero Off the Bench,High School Basketball Tries to Play
As backup QB Chad Henne gets the Chiefs into the AFC Championship several hosts try to carry on Alex Trebek's Jeopardy duties.
Community Medical Center Steps Up for Scholarships
Community Medical Center/RWJBarnabas Health funded scholarships even though there was no 2020 WOBM Christmas Classic.
The Reasons Men Don’t Ask for Help
We need to treat mental health just like we do our overall health and that may require a check-up. With a therapist.
The Slow Pace of COVID-19 Vaccinations
On one side you have a slow-moving vaccination process loaded with red tape and blame and on the other you have a virus that is not going away anytime soon.