It's the ultimate honor for a Tar Heel basketball player - having your jersey raised in lasting tribute high above the Dean Smith Center floor.Jerseys in the Rafters takes you on an emotional journey through the years with the most decorated players in UNC Basketball history. Enjoy exciting highlights from their college days along with exclusive interviews from the players, their teammates and coaches.Players with retired jerseys include Michael Jordan, James Worthy, Phil Ford, Antawn Jamison and Lennie Rosenbluth. Honored players include Vince Carter, Billy Cunningham, Sam Perkins, Charlie Scott and many more!
More than any program about rural life, New Jersey's Red October should appeal to most anyone with an interest in agricultural community, advancements, history, science and engineering. New Jersey is the third largest producer of cranberries in the United States, after Wisconsin and Massachusetts. Today, in the sandy, acidic soils of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, descendants of the earliest cranberry pioneers raise their crops on the same land farmed by their ancestors as far back as 1840. The evolution from hand harvest to present day methods is beautifully detailed through archival images, footage, and first-hand accounts. Also revealed in New Jersey's Red October is the most current scientific research about advanced cultural practices as well as the many health benefits of consuming cranberries.
In a politically correct world, it takes one of the guys from the neighborhood to tell you like it really is...and get huge laughs doing it. People from every type of neighborhood all over the country adore New Jersey's own Mike Marino, who's got a tongue like a razor and a heart of gold. Performing at Asbury Park's famed Paramount Theatre, Marino brings down the house with his proudly Italian point of view and common-sense attitude.
Jersey's Talking was a New Jersey prime-time television talk show that ran from 1996-2002. It was seen in more than two million cable households throughout the state on News 12 New Jersey. Hosted by Lee Leonard, the live, one-hour, interview program featured celebrities, authors, actors, musicians, and newsmakers of interest to New Jersey residents. The show featured three guests per show, each interviewed for approximately 15 minutes. The show frequently featured live music performances, viewer call-ins, trivia contests, and prize giveaway segments. Airing live from 8-9 pm, Monday through Friday, the program held a repeat broadcast later in the evening, in addition to the following day, from 1-2 pm. It also aired Saturdays and Sundays. The show was originally titled What Jersey's Talking About and aired live from 1-2 pm, Mondays through Fridays, with additional rebroadcasts.