I have been entertaining radio listeners since 1998, having spent time producing two prominent radio programs in the Philadelphia market prior to being an on-air personality here in South Jersey. Since 2000, I've anchored evenings and middays and can currently be heard entertaining South Jersey’s Own workforce weekdays while overseeing the station's programming and the SoJO 104.9 air talent. I love cats, yoga, binge-watching TV, podcasts, and, most of all, being a true South Jersey Girl. I am a proud graduate of the Broadcast/Telecommunications/Mass Media program at Temple University in Philadelphia. Prior to Temple, I was part of the on-air staff at 91.5 WDBK, the highly successful and popular student-run radio station at Camden County Community College. I am a fan of all things pop culture and is currently addicted to basically every reality TV show. I also love movies, fashion magazines and blogs, and gossip rags.
New Jersey Public and Private-Club Pools Get Reopening Date
Governor Phil Murphy has give permission for all municipal and private-club swimming pools to reopen.
New Jersey Motorsports Park Offering Motorless Fun Night
There's a night of motorless fun scheduled at New Jersey Motorsports Park later this month.
$100 Million Indoor Water Park Planned for Atlantic City
It looks like Atlantic City is getting a year-round, indoor water park, and ground will break on the project this summer.
Coronavirus Unlikely to Spread from Swimming, According to Expert
Is it safe to go back out into the water? If you adhere to social distancing guidelines and stay six feet apart, sure. But what about COVID-19? An expert weighs in on whether the virus can spread from swimming.
South Jersey Man Runs 20.20 Miles in Honor of the Class of 2020
With schools in New Jersey now officially closed for the remainder of the academic year, graduating students won't be able to enjoy a traditional commencement ceremony. One South Jersey man found his own way to honor the Class of 2020.
Deals and Discounts for First Responders in South Jersey
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, our local healthcare workers and first responders are working hard on the front lines to keep us all safe. Many local businesses and national chains are offering those frontliners deals and discounts to make life a little easier.
Know a Non-Profit Doing Good for the Community During COVID-19? Nominate Them to Receive $…
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact our communities, OceanFirst Foundation, Grunin Foundation, and Townsquare Media are looking to honor non-profit organizations making a difference with Acts of Kindness during this difficult time.
Many Atlantic City Casinos Donating Unused Food to Local Food Banks
In a sea of heartbreaking information amid the coronavirus outbreak, it's great to see so many people and organizations doing the right thing.
Atlantic & Cape May County Emergency Contact Information
Check out these handy links, should you need them in an emergency.
CDC Recommends Cancelling Events with Over 50 People for 8 Weeks
In a continuing effort to 'flatten the curve' of the coronavirus, Centers for Disease Control is recommending gatherings with any more than 50 people be cancelled for the next two months.