Weird New Jersey from Brian Johnston on Vimeo. Take a little road trip with Mark and Mark as we travel along Route 22 to see some of the sights, like Edison concrete houses, Eldorado Gardens, the Flagship, and more.
It was during September of 1971 that Palisades Amusement Park closed forever after a century of fun times. Continue reading
September eleventh of this year marks the eleventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks that brought down the Twin Towers in 2001. Here are just a few examples of homemade New Jersey homages that prove that the World Trade Center and those who lost their lives on 9/11 will not be forgotten. Continue reading
On August 30th 1964, the Beatles performed before 18,000 fans at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City. Then chowed down on a really big White House Sub Shop Sandwich… Continue reading
A flock of wild parrots native to Argentina have made there home in the small Bergen County community just south of the George Washington Bridge. Continue reading
Stories of severe bodily injury and even horrible deaths abound about this legendary family fun park once located in Vernon, NJ. Did you ever visit Action Park? If so, we’re sure these stories will bring back some painful memories for you. Continue reading
Real Estate speculator James V. Lafferty began building Lucy the Elephant in 1881, in an effort to lure the potential property buyers to Margate, a tiny shore town just south of Atlantic City. Lucy was truly a magnificent creature, what … Continue reading