Superstorm Sandy, Three Years Later

It was three years ago, this evening, when Superstorm Sandy made its mark in history. Lights were out for many, and many heroes emerged. Share with us your photos and stories from SuperStorm Sandy 2012. Tell us about the people and experiences that made a difference in your life. Email us at jerseyshorestyle@ Here, did […]

Riding into the Sunset

One of the beauties of living at the Jersey Shore is the short distance to so many wonderful treasures and activities. This week, it’s horse riding in Farmingdale, NJ. This is our 4th riding lesson of the fall season with Miss Renee, and the weather — a splendid 70-degrees — couldn’t more perfect. Horseback riding is for all ages, […]

Head up to Broadway for Hamilton

A unique combination of broadway musical, hip-hop and American history is taking the stage at Richard Rodgers Theatre in NYC. Hamilton is a high-energy, hip-hop version of the historical drama of the Founding Fathers as they jockeyed for position at a crucial time on the Colonial political scene. We hear it’s been getting great reviews […]

105 Years is a Good Run

Raffetto Shoes… we are sad to see you go! Opened in 1909 by Charles and Elvira Raffetto, the shoe store has been a landmark on Main Street Manasquan for 105 years. Big box retailers had nothing on this kids’ shoe shop. Proprietors Carol (granddaughter of Charles and Elvira) and Joe Hill were the friendly faces, getting kids’ […]

Psychic or Therapist? Pick One.

At a cross roads in your life? Got something weighing on your mind? “Would you prefer to pay for a therapist or a psychic?” asks Sabrina, a psychic and grand-daughther of the late Madame Marie, made famous by Bruce’s 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy). It was a Saturday night, and this writer was posed that rhetorical […]