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.
Is Something New Coming to Consumer Square in Mays Landing?
If you frequent Consumer Square in Mays Landing, you may have noticed some recent fencing and sectioning off of a portion of the parking lot near Staples.
Egg Harbor City to Plant Special Tree in Memory of Residents Who Died from COVID-19
This Arbor Day, Egg Harbor City will plant a special tree to memorialize residents who lost their lives to COVID-19.
Hard Rock Atlantic City Hosting a Hiring Event Tuesday
If you're looking for a new full time, part time, or seasonal gig, pull out your resume and head to Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City this Tuesday.
Egg Harbor City Food Truck Festival Returns This Summer
After skipping a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Egg Harbor City has announced the return of its Food Truck Festival & Beer Garden this summer.
Burlington County Caterer Goes Out of Business, Leaves Customers Hanging
It's sad news for one Burlington County caterer, closing its doors after more than 40 years in business, but a surprising one for its customers who've reportedly been left hanging.
South Jersey Doctor Vaccinates 170 of Atlantic City’s Homeless in One Day
The director of Rowan Medicine's NeuroMusculoskeletal Institute recently spent time vaccinating the homeless in Atlantic City against COVID-19.
2 NJ Residents Sick After Eating Contaminated Ground Turkey
An national outbreak of salmonella traced back to ground turkey has sickened two people here in New Jersey.
Looking Back on Pleasantville’s Darkchild Recording Studio
Atlantic City-born and raised Rodney Jerkins built a career in music as a Superproducer. We're looking back on Jerkins' one-time Darkchild Studios recording facility in Pleasantville.
Fentanyl and Heroin Ring Busted in Gloucester Township
A major fentanyl and heroin ring being run out of Gloucester Township and Camden was recently busted after a 17-month investigation by state and local police.
Lose Your Sense of Taste and Smell Due to COVID? There’s a Cookbook for That
A common side effect of having COVID-19 is the loss of a person's sense of taste and/or smell. A new cookbook has arrived to help those recovering from the virus enjoy food again.
Wells Fargo Center in Philly Confirms a Handful of Full-Capacity Concerts for 2021, 2022
Five concerts have been confirmed for Wells Fargo Center in Philly for later this year and next year, welcoming fans in full-capacity.
Facebook Users’ Data Breached, How to Track if You’re Affected
The personal information millions of Facebook users was recently leaked. Maybe you didn't know and, worse, maybe you don't know how to check if you've been affected.