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One out of ten people living in Monmouth and Ocean Counties receives food from The FoodBank which distributes approx 7 million pounds annually through a network of 260 programs. The FoodBank’s programs aim to eliminate hunger by providing emergency food, skills training, outreach programs, and advocacy for needy families. Since Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore, The FoodBank has been providing relief to our local communities.They distributed food for 1 million meals in the first mont
We'll talk about the Jersey Bayshore area which comprises towns such as Aberdeen, Atlantic Highlands, Belford, Hazlet, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Leonardo, Lincroft, Matawan, Middletown, Navesink, Port Monmouth, River Plaza, Union Beach and Sandy Hook.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley interviews Celebrity Matchmaker: Siggy Flicker!
Even before TV personality and author, Siggy Flicker, was featured as a relationship authority on various TV programs such as Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, The Wendy Williams Show, Access Hollywood, Dr. Drew’s Life Changers, VH1 Good Morning Buzz, and NBC Morning News, she was doing what she does best – inspiring & helping people find love!
After years of professional matchmaking, Siggy brought her expertise and exuberance to VHI’s “Why Am I Still Single?” and is currently working on her first book, Siggy Flicker, Love Picker. Also in the works is, “the ultimate guide to divorcing with sanity and dignity,” Divorce Done Right. Siggy’s position is that “divorce is the end of a marriage, not the end of a family.”
Siggy grew up in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She attended Monmouth University and supported herself as a waitress at TGI Friday’s. Siggy earned a BA in Communications. By now, co-workers and classmates were coming to Siggy for relationship help.
Many have been referred to as the hostess with the mostess, but Debbie Noce, also known as Social Butterfly Debbie, has managed to significantly raise the bar for that moniker. Debbie is Founder and CEO of Social Butterfly Event Planning based in Red Bank. Drawing from her personal passion for entertaining family and friends, meticulous attention to details, and bringing people together for parties, Debbie has created a unique event planning business which includes singles parties, parties for non-profits, charity events, corporate events, fashion shows, reunions, and launch parties for new businesses and products. Social Butterfly Debbie has worked with The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Lunch Break, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Purr N’ Pooch Foundation, Tracey Alva’s Mission for MS, and Spring House. One event highlight was when she and one of her musicians, Scott Elk, help put together one of the first “Restore The Shore” events in the area back in November 2012 to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Debbie also promotes and books several area bands such as Scott Elk, Strumberry Pie, and Red Bank Blues Band. Did I mention Debbie was very busy and seems to be everywhere watching over the details of events and planning new one -- not to mention booking local bands?! In the words of late French designer Coco Chanel, “In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.” Social Butterfly Debbie has that covered. So what is her secret to a well-executed and memorable event? You’ll have to listen to find out. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.
It is once again time for North Brunswick Raiders Baseball, as the Raiders participate in the Greater Middlesex/Monmouth Coaches Summer Baseball League(17U).
We are live from Community Park in North Brunswick, New Jersey, as the Raiders host Middletown South from Monmouth County in an interconference game.
Head coach Ryan Lillis will use ths short summer season to evaluate his underclassmen, and try to fill some vacated roster spots for next year.
There will be 10 live broadcasts on the King James Radio Network. With the graduation of senior lefty Mike Pfeiffer(6-1, 2.27), who takes over as the ace of the pitching staff? Coach Lillis will also take a look at the up and coming talent from North Brunswick, such as sophomores Anthony Lupo, Nate Facey(4 RBIs in 10 at-bats this spring). Matt Maranca and Anthony Vasquez. North Brunswick Raiders Baseball is an original program of the King James Radio Network.
So far, so good for North Brunswick Raiders Baseball, as the Raiders are in sole possession of first place in Middlesex County of the Greater Middlesex/Monmouth Coaches Summer Baseball League(17U) after one game.
Today's game features North Brunswick vs. the Bishop Ahr Trojans, live from Community Park in North Brunswick, New Jersey.
Head coach Ryan Lillis will use ths short summer season to evaluate his underclassmen, and try to fill some vacated roster spots for next season.
With the graduation of senior lefty Mike Pfeiffer(6-1, 2.27), who will take over as the ace of the pitching staff?
Coach Lillis will also be taking a look at the up and coming talent from North Brunswick, such as sophomores Anthony Lupo, Nate Facey(4 RBIs in 10 at-bats this spring), and. Matt Maranca, among other underclassmen.
North Brunswick Raiders Baseball is an original program of the King James Radio Network.
Michael Murphy is agraduated from Monmouth University. Looking to further his football career in the NFL or CFL, Murphy was a four year starter at Monmouth University, starteing 33 games at left tackle and 6 games at right tackle. At 6"3 7/8 and 302 lbs. he was preseason all conference and second team all conference. Murphy participated in the NFL regional combine March 2. Monmouth Universities pro day is March 12.
The Blog Talk Radio site has been under attack from website terrorists as so many other sites have been in recent days, including WordPress hosted blogs, such as ours and retailers like Sears and Amazon.
We are committed to supporting the Monmouth County SPCA and airing the interview with Dylan Lauren. Dylan has graciously agreed to be interviewed April 20th at the Fur Ball Event. We look forward to bringing you the interview and a fabulous interview with author Barbara Techel.
Barbara wrote a new book, Through Frankie's Eyes, which we are so excited to learn more about.
We thank you for your patience and hopefully we will have smooth sailing for this episode!
Always fun and informative, this dynamic couple from the #1 rated web tv, blog, radio and podcast show for animal lovers, Pets Teach Us So Much, Robbin and Joseph Everett entertain millions of people from all over the world with segments about:
-Pet health and nutrition
-Learning from our pets-how to have better relationships with the people in our lives with The Love Genies segment
-Animal stories from around the world
-Guests include, authors, veterinarians, bloggers, celebrities, product inventors, charity spokespersons and animal behavior experts.
For more information about the global leader in pet related new media entertainment, Pets Teach Us So Much Radio, Podcast, Blog, web tv, Robbin and Joseph Everett, or to book an appearance, go to http://www.TPPC.tv.
Congratulations are in order! This is the 2nd anniversary of Jersey Coastal Live, and my guest is Gary Kilmer, Teacher of Theater and Dance at Asbury Park HS who was named Monmouth County Teacher of the Year. This Asbury Park resident and former Broadway performer was hired to ramp up the arts curriculum. Under Gary's direction, the theater department has flourished. He directed Footloose, Backstage, The Wiz, and Charlotte’s Web. The Wiz played last April (2012) to record-breaking crowds. The opening night’s attendance of 250 was twice the attendance of a typical opening night. The following Saturday, over 350 people showed up for the performance which started late because people were lined up to get in. The Dept of Theater and Dance is also celebrating their five 2012 Basie Award nominations from Count Basie Theater in Red Bank. Backstage! earned nominations for Best Set Design for a Drama, and students Alyssa Figueroa and Nate Fields were both nominated for Best Supporting Actor/Actress in a Drama. The Wiz was nominated for Best Costuming in a Musical and Best Lighting Design in a Musical.
The spring play will be Once on This Island. The subject matter is topical given the recent Hurricane Sandy. “It’s about a little girl who survives a hurricane and believes her life is destined for greatness because she’s been saved,” Kilmer said. It’s also about class struggles in Haiti. The show will be “a great fit for this student body,” said Kilmer. Students from the marching band learned the steel drums to add to the island influenced soundtrack. Let's catch up with Gary and find out why he did cartwheels down Sunset Ave and what else he has in store for his students. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45), and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40) ... Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time ... Named to the CFPA Running Back Watch List… Posted the fifth-best single-season mark in 2011 with 1,092 yards on 194 carries… Recorded the sixth-best single-season all-purpose running total in 2011 with 1,517 yards… Ualbany's top all-purpose runner for the last three seasons. Smith performed at Fordham University Pro Day. For results of his performance go to College2Pro.com First team All-NEC NEC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 3). Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45) and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40). Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time. Played and started in 10 games. Carried the ball 195 times and rushed for 1,001 yards and 18 touchdowns while totaling 1,280 all-purpose yards. Led the NEC and ranked fourth at the FCS level for scoring (11.40). Rushed for three touchdowns on four separate occasions, including in three consecutive games – Monmouth (9/29), Bryant (10/6), and Saint Francis (Pa.) (10/13). Rushed for over 100-yards in six games, including a season-best 174 yards on 24 carries vs. Colgate (9/1). Capped his career with three touchdowns vs. Central Connecticut State (11/17). More exclusive interviews and full NFL Draft Analysis head to College2Pro.com