The region’s most dedicated punk rockers fled to Trenton over the weekend for the annual Punk Rock Flea Market. The event was made up of hundreds of extremely talented and unique vendors. From candle-making and hair styling to photography and painting, all elements of our local art scene were celebrated.
Five of South Jersey’s most passionate musicians have recently come together to form what they like to call Chasing Utopia. Coming together only less than a year ago, members RJay Conley, Zack Routon, Alec Wright, Julian Willingham, and Marcus Barnard say they are already achieving more than they ever thought possible.
Last Friday, October 30th, the guys took the stage with Victory Records’ artist, The Bunny The Bear. Fans energetically enjoyed the set as Chasing Utopia shared words of hope. The Bunny The Bear bassist was even spotted moshing in the crowd.
Saturday Night at the Oldies host Matt Kazin with Mike Love of The Beach Boys
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM received two first place awards in the Philadelphia Press Association annual awards competition on Monday.
Matt Kazin (’13) tied for first place in the Radio Feature category for his interview with legendary musician Johnny Mathis. The pair covered the long and winding career of Mathis in an interview that aired last August on Saturday Night at the Oldies.
Before their special election begins on October 16, U.S. Senate candidates Cory Booker and Steve Lonegan will appear on A Community Affair on Monday, October 14 at 5 p.m. with WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Jackson Baird.
Booker and Lonegan, who will participate in a debate at Rowan University on Wednesday night, recently chatted with Baird about the race and the key issues surrounding it.