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Robin Williams is back. So is Michael J. Fox. And, with a new cast, "Ironside."
A bad set of tires was all Martin Truex Jr. could come up with to explain why he didn’t win Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway.
In a video gaming world dominated by full-force melees and wanton firearms engagements, the stealthy approach favored by Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed" series is a welcome respite.
Americans - New Jersey folks, in particular - like to complain.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The star-studded Philadelphia Eagles roster that quarterback Vince Young dubbed a "dream team" got even bigger Saturday.
A week before saying goodbye to his parents and boarding a bus to Fort Dix, Jeff Spengler was freefalling about 3,500 feet above the brown-and-green patchwork of New Jersey’s coastal plain.
Lenay Dunn grew up in that house. The one with the pool table and pinball machine in the basement. The one with pork, chicken and ribeye steak on the patio grill for last-minute dinner parties. The one with cool parents who don't flinch when teenagers chat openly about dating and drinking. Yeah, that house. The one that usually spits out brats.
Winning? Well, sort of.
PISCATAWAY - Kyle Casaletto went 1-for-2 on Friday.
James Poteat wanted to make a name for himself in the hip-hop world, so he latched onto one of the hottest shows of the fall TV season, HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.”
It's a rainy, lazy Sunday. And if opening day for professional football doesn't do it for ya, head on over to MTV, where the network is in the middle of an all-day marathon of "Jersey Shore." It leads into an all-new episode at 7 p.m., preceding the MTV Video Music Awards.
Officials with the Atlantic City Airshow said it was too early Thursday to tell how much money the city made from the event that attracted an estimated crowd of 600,000 to 650,000.
Well, here we go. Another new episode of "Jersey Shore" is mere hours away, and judging from the previews, Situation breaks out a few moves tonight.
ALL MY CHILDREN: Unaware Annie's seemingly intimate conversation with JR was a plea for him not to reveal Scott sold Palmer's idea, Marissa sought comfort from Scott and ended up in his arms. A guilt-ridden Scott later told Marissa nothing happened between Annie and JR, leading Marissa to believe they should confess their tryst to their respective partners. As David got Liza to help him blackmail Greenlee, Ryan asked Greenlee to team up with him to fight David. Damon told Tad he wants to stop taking his pills, believing he doesn't need them. Angie made it clear to Jesse that he has to accept her decision not to take the vision drugs. Bianca admitted to Kendall she and Reese separated because of Reese's involvement with Zach. Coming: JR doesn't want to lose Marissa.
When I was a kid, they didn't make video games based on movies. But if you wanted to relive, say, "Star Wars," you could buy the action figures. If you didn't have all the dolls, you could recruit substitutes: GI Joe could fill in for Darth Vader, Barbie could understudy Princess Leia, and you could make C-3PO and R2-D2 out of Legos.
TV's May "sweeps" period began Thursday night and concludes May 26, and it's a big one, with the series finales of "Lost" and "24"; the season finales of "American Idol," "The Biggest Loser" and "Dancing With the Stars"; the usual slew of scripted-show season finales; and even a couple of things starting their seasons.
A recap of stories in our area during the past week.
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