What's up! it's Kyle Clark! I'm the Dennis & Judi producer, weekend DJ, and sports junkie. Born and raised in South Jersey, I'm a country-over-the-city person any day of the week. I'm also an avid Philadelphia Phillies fan. When I'm not working at the station you can find me on a golf course or basketball court, or pretty much anywhere that involves sports!
An open letter to the fall season from a New Jersey guy
I may not be able to come around on winter yet, but for now, I’m content with the fall season.
These are 5 life skills everyone in NJ should know
It’s important to be able to know how to adjust on the fly and take care of certain situations.
Great restaurant just a short drive from New Jersey
The wall on the right side of the restaurant is all windows, and it allows you to look out over the Delaware River.
Rutgers football is off to a fast start
If the Scarlet Knights want to prove they are for real, they’re going to have to step up against elite competition.
This is a premiere public golf course in NJ
I think one of the major perks of this course though is the fact that it’s relatively short in length.
Amazing brand new seafood restaurant in NJ
This past weekend was my first time ever going there but I'd highly recommend it to anybody who wants a nice night out for some seafood.
One of NJ’s best mini golf courses is at this boardwalk
Take advantage of the last few weeks of summer.
This is one of the top-rated public golf courses in NJ
If you were out of position on this course it was tough to make a good score.
A great day at the Asbury Park Convention Hall
Saturday was the first time I was able to do a live broadcast for the station and it was an awesome experience.
Hey NJ, here are 5 things I wish I knew before I went to college
To the new college freshman, this is understandably a nerve-racking time in your life.
NJ doesn’t crack the top 10 for Chick-Fil-A restaurants
Did you know two states don't have a single Chick-Fil-A location?
Will your college degree turn into a top paying NJ job?
What a lot of young people fresh into the working world don't understand is that you have to WORK your way to the top to get to where you want to go.