A Football and Wedding Kind of Weekend
Just some random notes and thoughts heading into what will likely be the final “feels like summer” weekend.
A Chance for Chili Chefs to Show Off
The 4th annual JBJ Soul Kitchen Chili Cook-Off will take place on Saturday, October 28th in Toms River and they are now looking for members of local police, fire and EMS squads to trade in their regular uniforms for aprons.
Baseball: The Great Escape
To all you passionate Yankee fans, I’m not on the bandwagon but I hope the season keeps going well into October so you have something to root and cheer for.
Las Vegas Shooting: Confounding, Confusing and Simply a Head-scratcher.
The Las Vegas shooting is just the latest incident which reminds us there is no escaping evil and violence and the age of innocence keeps getting further and further in our rear view mirror.
Football, TV and movies to start the week
Once again Sunday the spotlight was on NFL teams and players during the playing of the national anthem and they responded in a variety of ways from players kneeling to teams standing and locking arms while the song was being played.
Student of the Week
92.7 WOBM and Gateway Toyota of Toms River honor JULIAN ZINGLER of Lakewood High School as the Student of the Week.
Our Office Glue Retires
Joyce Howells is the first line of defense, the person who answers, screens and directs phone calls, makes sure we have everything from copy paper to toilet paper and most importantly the glue who often holds things together.
Bum Rogers Keeps Paying It Forward
Bum Rogers in South Seaside Park hosts a Key West fundraiser on Friday that falls under the category of “returning the favor."
A Black Eye for College Basketball
You know I am pretty much sick and tired of this story involving NFL Players, the national anthem and Donald Trump so let's celebrate the innocence and purity of college athletics...not.
When Red Flags Fly at the Beach, ‘Stay out, stay alive’
Adults ages 34, 44 and 60 lost their lives in Long Branch, Seaside Park and Point Pleasant Beach because they did listen to warnings to stay out of the ocean and another 125 people were rescued on shore beaches, most of which are unguarded after Labor Day