Burnt Out on COVID-19
I feel beat-up like I can’t remember, leaving here every day like I just got done sparring with Frankie Edgar. At least I still have a sense of humor.
Second Guessing the Governor
I’m among the many who have done this although I will admit he has all the information and science and all I have is an opinion.
The Importance of the Handshake
It was only a few weeks ago that rock star doctor Anthony Fauci said he does not think we should ever shake hands again but this handshake thing has serious tradition and can’t be easily replaced.
An Early Test of Summer
Shore visitors looking for arcades and amusements will be disappointed as they remain closed while the beaches and boardwalks open.
MLB, Uniform Maker Step Up for Healthcare Workers
Fanatics stopped making uniforms at their plant in Easton, Pennsylvania and begin making masks and gowns for healthcare workers in the same materials that players wear on the field.
Seaside Park Boardwalk Opens, The Dunkin Cup Debate
if you’re ever wondering whether or not you are the only one who thinks about something just put it on Facebook and you’ll get answers.
COVID-19 Claims Shore Businesses
I know the medical aspects of COVID-19 have to be the priority but let’s not forget the many who will suffer in other ways as well.
A Plan to Bring Back Baseball
If health and safety issues can be worked out there is a proposal that would begin a regular season of about 82 games during the first week of July.
Opening Things Up Before It Gets Ugly
I want more things open and the ability to make my own choice about where I can and can't go.
A Moment That Still Gives Goosebumps
The Knicks won the NBA championship on this date in 1970, a treasured sports memory on a day when no pro sports are being played and this year's All-Shore Gridiron Classic is canceled.
The 2020 All-Shore Gridiron Classic has been canceled
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancelation of the All-Shore Gridiron Classic for the first time in the game's 43-year history.
It’s a Matter of Trust
If ever there was a time for politics to be put aside it is now but every day we’re subjected to one party blaming the other for everything from supplies to what should be open and closed.