"Carpe diem! Go to Jersey!"
Naturally, the Situation understood when cops urged him to put his shirt back on.
A bomb nearly leveled three buildings in New Jersey today.
The Stewart's Root Beer of East Brunswick nods to the Rutgers grease trucks.
The governor did not take too kindly to this.
Sharif Mobley also worked at nuclear power plants. Great.
"In New York City restaurant bloggers don’t exist on the level they do in New Jersey," says an industry vet.
Neither time nor measles can stop St. Joe's and Delbarton from settling the score.
Private businessmen who sell drugs.
Three men who kidnapped a man with the same name as their intended target are now behind bars.
Just one hurdle left before you can toke up legally in the tri-state area!
It was an anticipated result, but still deeply demoralizing for supporters.
Its chances don't look good, but a gay-marriage bill's proponents are holding out hope.
You know, they've both got "big smiles."
Seaside Heights "did not solicit, promote or participate in the filming" of 'Jersey Shore.'
The bill's sponsors have delayed the vote to gather more support, and to let news that they have Bruce Springsteen's full backing spread across the entire state.
The New Jersey governor-elect was dying to have his hero play at his inauguration. No dice.