According to Bravo insiders, the network is proceeding with plans to re-cast The Real Housewives of New Jersey, with Teresa Giudice out of the picture obviously. Reports that the network may be replacing Teresa Giudice, who's lockedShow More Summary
March 26, 2015 Posted by Jay Livingston All politicians lie, said I.F. Stone. But they don’t all lie as blatantly as Chris Christie did yesterday in repeating his vow not to legalize marijuana in New Jersey. Every bit of objective data we have tells us that it’s a gateway drug to other drugs. Show More Summary
RHONJ Season 7 is just around the corner, and Bravo is reportedly scrambling to get cast members in place. According to a new report, the Real Housewives of New Jersey will feature seven women, and likely include returning wives Melissa Gorga and Amber Marchese. Show More Summary
They aren’t those lime green monstrosities from 2013, but they’re a more subtle horrible.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has taken a really firm stand against legalizing marijuana in the state in the past, and today he really upped the ante by calling money obtained through pot taxes "blood money."
Services for 28-year-old Officer Frank Viggiano took place Thursday in Linden, where he worked. He’ll be buried in Fairview.
Teresa who? With Giudice locked up in jail, Bravo is proceeding with plans to recast The Real Housewives of New Jersey, and RadarOnline.com has learned they’ve focused in on seven… READ ON
We're glad Teresa Giudice has a wide network of people to talk with while she's in prison! On March 26, Melissa Gorga, Teresa's sister-in-law, spoke with Nick Lachey on how she communicates with the reality star while she's in prison. [ Related: Melissa Wants Everyone To 'Pray' For Teresa Following Her Jail Sentence ] Despite having a fraught [...]
(Reuters) - New Jersey lawmakers sent a bill to Governor Chris Christie on Thursday that calls for more money from environmental settlements to fund cleanups.
Health researchers are underscoring the connection between sleep, work, and poverty—and the immense value of sleeping in. Maria Fernandes worked three jobs at three different Dunkin' Donuts stores in New Jersey. She napped when she could, often in her car between shifts. Show More Summary
This summer, Chad Mason signed up for online general psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. This spring, Jonathan Serrano took intro to psychology online at Essex County College in Newark, New Jersey. Though the...Show More Summary
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is using his social media site to connect with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R). Christie, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, shared a video of a recent town hall meeting on his public Facebook page Wednesday and Zuckerberg "liked" the post. Show More Summary
Now that she’s officially finished with Jersey Shore, Snooki is committed to being the best wife and mother she can be. Her transformation has certainly been inspiring, but unfortunately, a clear record of her incredibly irresponsible past behavior remains on Twitter and in the MTV vault. Eventually, her kids will probably discover that their mom was […]
HELLO I AM A BASKETBALL PLAYER. I AM CLEARLY LABELED. This commercial for the Brew Garden in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, is amazing. It has everything: Timofey Mozgov, a backwards jersey... uh... a logo. Words. Let's just be glad thatShow More Summary
Balancing an alternative take on vintage elements with the deconstructed industrial look of The Art Factory, Michelle and Billy’s New Jersey wedding was styled to the nines. Guests gathered in the exposed brick factory as the couple exchanged vows and danced the night away. Show More Summary
We are unabashed fans of awkward local commercials starring athletes, and this new piece of work starring Timofey Mozgov in a backwards jersey is an instant classic. Give the inspired wardrobe choice the respect it deserves, but don't let it distract you from those pained glances away from the camera. Read more...
In which the Cavaliers' Russian-born center is kidnapped (apparently?) and forced to do a local television ad for a bar while wearing his jersey backwards.
The S.E.C. and the United States attorney’s office in New Jersey are seeking information on the trading of specific securities, Leon Cooperman said.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – When the doors of the Bass Pro Shops Atlantic City Outpost swing open on April 15, visitors will be amazed at how artisans have captured the beauty and outdoor opportunities found in south Jersey. Like all Bass...Show More Summary
Melissa Gorga appeared on Good Day New York to promote her new jewelry collection. Melissa also answered questions about Teresa Giudice and Real Housewives of New Jersey. She actually spent a lot more time talking about Teresa than her jewelry, but such is life as the sister-in-law of a convicted felon. Show More Summary