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Since NJ is the Garden State, Jersey Fresh takes on a special meaning for those who choose to buy their fruits and veggies locally. Seasonal abundance can be found at the scores of farmer’s markets throughout the state. What’s that you say? You don’t know where to find the nearest farmer’s market and don’t even know the difference between an acorn squash and a fava bean? And how do I cook rhubarb and what do I do with all those blueberries? Problem solved. Chef and culinary instructor Rachel Weston is on the case. Weston is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor and multimedia content producer. Her work has been in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Gutsy Gourmet column in The Star-Ledger, NJ.com, and Chow.com among others. In 2008, Rachel followed her passion, attended culinary school, and ultimately worked the line at a fine dining restaurant, and was the founding chef at the first pay-what-you-can community cafe on the East Coast. Rachel’s book is New Jersey Fresh: Four Seasons from Farm to Table. It’s a collection of recipe ideas and tips for over 50 types of locally grown produce available at NJ farmer’s markets. She spotlights several markets and offers insights on fruits and veggies, from bok choy and fava beans to blueberries, corn, tomatoes, and peaches. Rachel takes the guesswork out of buying locally and is committed to teaching home cooks about using local and seasonal foods in their kitchens. “I wanted it to be a guide you could throw in your market bag,” she says. The book includes a listing of over 100 farmer's markets in NJ. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
You are in for a very special treat this morning, because, Debbie will be talking with the band members of The Jersey Shore Roustabouts. Yep, Carlos Colon and the rest of the boys are back in town! Get ready to rocknroll, at home, as she will be playing all of the cuts from “Rock ‘n’ Roll Reboot” … their latest CD release … now available on their website and on Amazon.com! And, this is a very special show … because Debbie will be playing their NEWEST ORIGINAL SONG RELEASE … ‘Once Again In The Blue!”
The Jersey Shore Roustabouts have been entertaining audiences throughout Central and Southern New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia, for several years ….. and, are considered one of the most sought after retro-entertainment bands in the region!
This is like old “home week” for Debbie, Carlos and the boys … as they celebrate their third internet talk-show together. Get ready to bop, hop and do the stroll …because it’s going to be another fun-packed hour of rock-and-roll!
Join us in the chat room or call in at 323-792-3071 (press one to speak to the host) and join in the party!
After being down 3-1 early in the third period, the Rangers put together a nice old fashion comeback, as the team went on and won 4-3 in overtime after a goal by Kevin Klein, who has been nothing more than a GOAT for this team lately.
Join Rob, Shawn and Nick as they deliver the analysis and give you some great reaction after a solid game by your New York Rangers.
The New Jersey Repertory Company is a professional, non-profit theater founded in 1997 by SuzAnne Barabas (Artistic Director) and Gabor Barabas (Executive Producer).
Located in Long Branch, New Jersey, the theater's primary mission is to develop and produce new plays and to nurturing the work of not only established writers but new and unknown playwrights and has maintained an open- submission policy receiving over 750 scripts each year from throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications will discuss the goals of the theater and how it it influencing a new generation of theater participants.
New Hope Radio is A Ministry Syndicated Radio Show For Humanity. The show is brought to the world, to offer a safe place, where you can share your Life Issues and maybe even get some answers to the questions in your mind and possibly receive a Word from The Holy Spirit. Listeners are welcome to call in and share good times as well as times of suffering and strain. Maybe, you just need to get something off of your chest, or need to relieve yourself and your Spirit from any issue that may leave you guilt ridden.
Counseling and Fellowship is the focus of the Show. New Hope Ministry works intensely with Crisis Intervention and Substance Abuse Issues. If there is a need you have, we welcome you to call in and seek assistance for that as well, through Listener Support.
Life is real and there are real difficult times in life. New Hope Ministry is here for you and hopes that you will call in and share what is going on in your life. You are never alone. Make time to call in. Take comfort in being loved and safe, as Christ would surely love and embrace all men/women, with the utmost, undying compassion.
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Reverend Christine Matthews is a Minister of God, Christian Mystic and Seer
This week we sat down with Kenny Katzgrau from Broadstreet Ads to talk about some of the latest news in online advertising.
In his most recent blog post, Kenny discussed some of the shortcomings of standard banner ads, especially when it comes to smaller, indie publishers who find themselves in competition with larger publishers.
Kenny worked on Yahoo's Right Media Exchange prior to co-founding Broadstreet with John Crepezzi in March 2012. The Broadstreet team consisted of John Ward of Red Bank Green, Kenny Katzgrau who had recently left Yahoo, and John Crepezzi, formerly of Patch. They set out to build a powerful set of tools for the independent and modern digital news publisher − tools that could be used to network and build a more expansive business than previously possible.
For those of you who missed the live broadcast or didn't get to ask your question, please continue the discussion in the comments section of the post on the NJ News Commons homepage!
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