Do you love treasure hunting for unique vintage items? Are you ready for a fun weekend of shopping for your next great find? Well then Brick is the place to be this Saturday for their town-wide yard sale! More than 500 homes are participating in the event and that means there is a hidden treasure for everyone!
We have SUCH cool update to this local story!!!!!!!!!! Here is what originally happened and make sure to scroll to the end and see the fantastic update! If you believe in the law of attraction and manifesting your own destiny (or even better, if you don't believe your thoughts will become your reality) you need to read this update!!!!!!!
I was talking to a listener from Brick yesterday and she was venting to me about how hard it is recovering from COVID. She wasn't talking about recovering from having the virus herself, she was talking about her financial recovery. She was reduced to part time because of cut backs and her job promised to bring her back on full time as soon as they could but her savings are dwindling. She needs a new full time job with benefits close to home.
You can't keep good music down! We told you back when they announced it that our favorite Brick Township tradition, Summerfest will return for its 26th year after having to shut down last summer due to COVID...now we have even more updates and it's going to be bigger and better than ever!
Yup he's probably crazy, but good for him!!!!...His name is Daniel Eugene Moniz, from Brick, New Jersey, and he is down in Florida wrestling massive pythons from the wild in the "2016 Python Challenge"
The "Python Challenge" is a four week event where people can help remove Burmese Pythons from the Florida Everglades...
Seafood Restaurant Joe's Crab Shack is doing away with tipping from their customers.
A few months ago, they tested a "no-tipping" policy in a dozen of their stores. Now they will be rolling it out to all of their 113 stores
Servers, hosts, bartenders are paid now higher, fixed, hourly wages," the company's CEO Raymond Blanchette reportedly said during an earnings call last week, &qu
On Friday, March 22, 2013, the Brick Township Policemen’s Benevolent Association will be holding its twenty-third annual “Helping Hands Benefit Basketball Game”. The game will feature members of the Brick Township Police Department playing the Brick Township Green Dragon Football Team. As in the past, the P.B.A. is hosting the game to assist a local family facing financial hardship due to a child’s serious illness. This year, the proceeds of the game will go to the family of Mikaela Magner (Baby Beans), to help them care for their daughter. Mikaela, 5 years old, has Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, which is a rare and severe form of childhood-onset epilepsy. On any given day, Mikaela can have from 50 to 100 seizures.