It was fun playing "Jersey's Greatest Party Hits," and counting down into the New Year with YOU last night.  Thanks for letting New Jersey 101.5 be your New Year's Eve soundtrack.

Now that we're a few hours into 2022, again, let me wish you nothing but the best in the New Year.

Recently, I came across a quote from a notable (former) Princeton resident, that is appropriate as we begin a New Year:

Remembering Albert Einstein, in downtown Princeton. (Craig Allen photo)
Remembering Albert Einstein, in downtown Princeton. (Craig Allen photo)
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"Learn from yesterday...Live for today...Hope for tomorrow."--Albert Einstein.

Words to live by, as we start 2022, filled with hope for the coming days.

Born in Germany, Albert Einstein lived on Mercer Street in Princeton, from 1933 until his death in 1955.

Einstein, in profile, on 1/1/22. (Craig Allen photo)
The most wise one, in profile, on 1/1/22. (Craig Allen photo)
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"Learn from yesterday...Live for today...Hope for tomorrow."

Happy 2022, New Jersey.

Don't say it: 6 (more) Jersey words or phrases that should be banned

Just think of these words or phrases as an expansion pack to the original list.

Nasty NJ town nicknames — Have you heard of them?

Dennis & Judi asked their listeners for the nasty nicknames they've heard their towns referred to. How many have you heard? Which ones would you add?

LOOK: Only in New Jersey would you find festive garbage on the beach

Leave it to New Jersey to come up with an idea like this.