Sunday, June 10, 2012
Deena Cortese charged with disorderly conduct.
A cast member of the "Jersey Shore" show was arrested this afternoon in Seaside Heights after a police officer saw her appearing intoxicated and disrupting the flow of traffic, Det. Steven Korman said. Deena Cortese, 25, New Egypt, was charged with disorderly conduct after the 3:48 p.m. incident, he said. Cortese and some other Jersey Shore cast members were in Spicy's Mexican Cantina at 500 Boardwalk near the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Ocean Terrace before the incident occurred, he said. Cortese went outside and started dancing in the middle of the street, disrupting the flow of traffic, he said. "Patrolman Chris Linnell placed her under arrest," Korman said. "Traffic was building up and the officer had to act, obviously."
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Managing partner of Dante Zeller Tuxedo Menswear offers tips and advice for looking good during prom season.
From the plain black tie to something a little flashier, Carlos Rosario of Dante Zeller Tuxedo Menswear has seen it all. With many high schools already in — or gearing up — for prom season, young men looking to impress will be going to stores like the Dante Zeller on Bloomfield Avenue looking for the right suit or tuxedo. Rosario, a managing partner of Dante Zeller, said the slimmer fit look is in style. He cited new styles from popular designers including Ralph Lauren and Joseph Abboud. He said his store also carries the “Situation Avalon” tuxedo, named after one of the stars of Jersey Shore, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino. Asked who or what sets the styles young men want to emulate, Rosario said: “It’s a trickle-down effect. It goes …
Friday, August 19, 2011
What to do at the beach this weekend.
Rain could put a damper on beach plans for one of the last summer weekends but that doesn't mean there isn't still plenty to do down the Shore: New Jersey native and teen pop star Joe Jonas will perform free in Seaside Heights at noon Friday on Carteret Avenue. The member of the Jonas Brothers will debut his new song "See No More" as part of a live broadcast on B98.5 FM. While anyone can head to Carteret Avenue, beach badge rates still apply for those who'd like to listen from the beach. Antique autos will roll through Wall Township Sunday for the 16th annual Rolling Antique Iron Show, slated to start at 8:30 a.m. at Allaire Village. Cars from the early 20th century are expected, with trophies to be awarded. The show is free, although …
Friday, June 17, 2011
What to do at the beach this weekend
With weekend forecasts calling for sunny, clear skies, what better time is there to head down the Shore? Looking for tips on which beach is best for you and the family? We've got that right here. Looking for something to do while you're nursing that suntan? Check out the events below! Asbury Park's Convention Hall, 1300 Ocean Ave., will open its doors to the Murder Beach Militia vs. the Right Coast Rollers in a roller derby smackdown that will help determine which group of hard-hitting girls make it to the Jersey Shore Roller Girls championship this fall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, with first whistle at 8 p.m. All ages are welcome but you must be 21 to drink. Advance tickets are available for $15 when purchased from a roller girl or…