Most Recent in Jersey Celebrities

Both Sides Now

By Jessica Kitchin | December 19, 2007
After years of bringing joy to the needy with his band, Holiday Express, multitalented good-guy Tim McLoone faces a medical crisis at home....
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Playing more than 100 shows a year around the country has given Nashville singer-songwriter Steve Forbert a train conductor’s connoisseurship of town names....
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If he had ditched his bow ties and gone back to Hoboken in 1944, after screaming Bobby Soxers mobbed him in Times Square, he’d still be a legend. But Sinatra became so much more than that scrawny crooner....
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“Touring,” says country-rocker Tom Gillam, “is 23 hours of doing absolutely nothing and one hour of doing that thing you’re there to do.” In between, “Drinking passes the time.”...
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WPLJ’s Brad Blanks—Hannah Montana doppelganger? He looked good, in a freaky sort of way, to a mom and daughter who’ll “Rock” Newark....
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Possibly the world’s first Jewish punk porn star with a BA from Rutgers, Oradell native Joanna Angel calls the shots on both sides of the camera and minds the bottom line. ...
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Montclair Internet entrepreneur Don Katz has made the spoken word Audible....
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The guy thought he was a big brain, but he found that you can’t keep sticking your finger in the government’s face and get away with it....
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When Englewood native Matt White was five years old, he met Bruce Springsteen in a diner. “When you’re from Jersey, that’s everything to you,” says White, now 28. “Every song of his makes me feel like a kid.”...
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When her son, Winston, was a rambunctious two-year-old, Sholeen Lou-Hsiao thought he could use a fun diversion. The Teaneck resident, who grew up in Taiwan, had seen research suggesting that teaching children Chinese as toddlers can boost their IQ. Unsatisfied with flash cards, Lou-Hsiao created her own teaching tool, and has gone from resourceful mom to entrepreneur....
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In 1958, Dickinson High students Michael Arnone, Joe Santollo, John Salvato, Tom Bialoglow, and Joey Canzano hung out in the basement of Santollo’s Jersey City home, singing the latest hits and figuring they’d make it big. Soon after, they became known as the Duprees and proved they were right, blending blue-eyed soul and doo-wop with a horn-fueled rock/swing hybrid....
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