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Reality Check: Rob Astorino Takes The Stage

Republican Candidate For Governor Of New York On The Road Less Traveled


The Rye Town Hilton or the Westchester Hilton at Rye or whatever they’re calling this behemoth by the Hudson these days was packed with over 400 Republican delegates from across New York State to officially nominate my…

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20 Must-See Bands At Skate And Surf

Beginning in 2001 as a small music festival in Asbury Park, Skate And Surf gradually grew into The Bamboozle Festival over the next couple years. However, the last Bamboozle was in 2012, and now Skate And Surf is back. While Skate And Surf is a day shorter and features…

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Shoreworld: Jersey Shore Festival Gives It All Away

The mid-1800s statement from the ironically gullible David Hannum, “There’s a sucker born every minute,” has never rung truer than it does in today’s entertainment business. With major music festival costs rising into brackets that even a Kennedy would balk at, it’s become both complex and economically ridiculous for…

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Maria’s Local Radar: Small Town Scoundrels

Hello, my local family. It’s about that time to chat music. What have you been listening to? What shows have you been attending? I need to hear from you! I have a new email for you all to submit me your music at, so be sure to shoot me…

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: A Blues-Rock-Jazz Triumvirate

I found myself Rollin’ With The Blues Boss (Stony Plain) over and over again. Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, 70, is an American master of boogie woogie, R&B, blues and rock ‘n’ roll who’s been living in Vancouver, Canada, for 30 years. He’s Fats Domino crossed with Chuck Berry’s longtime…

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Out Of Bounds: 2014 NFL Draft Recap

The 79th annual NFL Draft wrapped up last weekend, and while many teams improved their rosters, others made some boneheaded decisions. Unlike in previous years, which showed spoilers before an official pick announcement was made, this year’s installment was the complete opposite, and it made for compelling TV. With…

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Kam On Film: ‘Neighbors,’ ‘Half Of A Yellow Sun’ and What’s New In Theaters


Universal Pictures

Rated R for crude humor, graphic sexuality, full frontal nudity, pervasive profanity, ethnic slurs, and drug and alcohol abuse

Couple Confronts Rowdy Frat In Raunchy Revenge Comedy

When Kelly (Rose Byrne) and Mac Radner (Seth Rogen) decided to settle down in suburbia, they reasonably expected…

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Between & Beyond: GMOs

Vermont has stepped up to the plate (no pun intended) and seems on its way to pass a law that will require the labeling of genetically modified food sold in its stores. This debate slices at a couple of different angles. Those opposed to such an idea fall into probably…

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Reality Check: Readers’ Responses

What the hell is a Hobby Lobby and why are they trying to dictate law above and beyond the channels allocated to this union through the United States Constitution? (Religious Nonsense & The Law—Issue: 4/2/14) I love these goobers. What the hell does religion have to do with anything? We…

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Shoreworld: Livestock – May 10; Rent Party – May 9

Livestock – Legacy Ranch – Howell, NJ – May 10

With the welcoming warmth of spring breathing down our necks, it’s once again that irresistible time in which we usher in a cavalcade of yearly music festivals. Every year around this time we start to hear about the big…

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