Spring 2017 is here in Jersey Bayshore Country and so are the weeds which are sometimes the first to show their sometimes ugly heads amongst the blades of grass in my normally beautiful yard. Some weeds are great and tasty too but not in a manicured lawn. This year, the weeds were intensely...
Host John Schneider takes us on a boat tour of the Shrewsbury River.
Host John Schneider takes us on a boat tour of the Hudson River alongside New York City.
The Hi-Mar Striper Club charters a boat called the Sea Horse at the Atlantic Highlands Marina to host the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Host John Schneider is the guest of the NY/NJ Baykeeper and travels up the Arthur Kill to view some very unusual things.
This episode features one of the greatest opportunities for recreation at the Jersey Bayshore --boating in creeks, rivers, bays and the Atlantic Ocean.
This program is filled with a variety of segments from boating to live music in local venues to music videos produced by your host, John Schneider.
In this episode, we explore the business of clamming and take an inside look at the James T. White Depuration Plant in Highlands, NJ.
House-Lifting Consultant Barry Heffernan discusses the various techniques for lifting homes to protect them from floods and storms in the Jersey Bayshore area.
A computer expert discusses how to improve the performance, decrease the expense of repairs and new technology.
This episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY features an exclusive look at how firefighters train to rescue other firefighters.
An expert on drones and quadcopters talks about the emerging technology of drone videography and shows some of the latest devices available to the public.
This episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY features the a fire marshal discussing fire safety in the Jersey Bayshore.
Officials of the Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals describe their efforts.
Some ideas for gift-giving from Hobbymasters in Red Bank, NJ.
Program Host John Schneider looks back at some of his favorite program segments during 2016.
Program Host, John Schneider, had special guests and took calls from listeners during this radio program.
A variety show of sights and sounds at the Jersey Bayshore.
This three-part series with historical photographs and old film, features Historian Al Savolaine who talks about how and why the United States entered World War I (also known as "The Great War").
The story of a shark which swam up a freshwater creek in Keyport and Matawan during 1916 and killed two people.
Hartshorne Woods Park has rich and varied ancestral and military histories whch are explored in this epsiode. Military historian, Cory Newman, takes us on a tour through the park to explore the ruins. Today, the park is managed by the Monmouth County Park System.
THE BURROWES MANSION & MUSEUM is a historic home built in approximately 1723 by John Bowne III and became known as the Burrowes Mansion when it was purchased by John “Corn King” Burrowes in 1769. The Burrowes Mansion is most famous for being the site of an early morning raid in 1778 by Tories intent on...
With a re-enactment of a battle at Monmouth Battlefield State Park as the backgroud, Author Robert Mayors discusses his new book about the Revolutionary War which focuses on the characteristics of the average soldier.
"DISCOVER New Jersey Bayshore" is the advertising theme for 2017 as CreateAVision Media LLC in Keyport, NJ,(http://www.CreateAVisionMedia.com) promotes the northeast section of Monmouth County as a great place to live, work and play. This video (5:55 Minutes) is also available as television...
This is my "Top 15" list of favorite places to bring visitors, family members and friends who come to the Jersey Bayshore.
In this episode, a video drone captures the beauty of the Jersey Bayshore from high above a number of waterfront towns from Sea Bright to Keyport to Red Bank.
See if you know the answer to some of the questions about the Jersey Bayshore posed by Host John Schneider.
This is one of the very first programs of "Jersey Bayshore Country" television - an overview of the area.
Using a drone, the camera points downward and asks the question: Do you know where you are located?
This episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY features program host and musician John Schneider's music and music videos.
Artist James Kovic beauties towns in the Jersey Bayshore.
A little musical fun with Musician James Frame.
The program captures some of Mother Nature's signs of Autumn's return to the Jersey Bayshore.
Lightening, whales, seals, strange fish, birds on the beach and Sandy Hook are featured in this episode.
Videographer John Schneider shares his personal experience during Hurricane Sandy while in Highlands, NJ.
With more than 35 miles of beaches, the Jersey Bayshore is a great place for vacationing. This segment of the TV series shows almost all of the beaches and discusses the benefits of each one.
Jersey Bayshore Country is loaded with great parks of every sort. For the most part, many parks are managed by the Monmouth County Park System.
Author and historian, Bob Mayers visits the site of the Battle of Monmouth and talks to the park's historian who explains the importance of this battle during the Revolutionary War. Reenactments help demonstrate the strategic advantages of both sides and how George Washington benefited greatly as a result.
Henry Hudson Trail, managed by Monmouth County Park System, is a wonderful pathway for hikers and cyclists located along Raritan Bay in the Jersey Bayshore.
Cheesequake State Park is featured during this episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY.
Poricy Park in Middletown, NJ, is rich with ancient fossils which may be collected by visitors.
This episode features a tribute to a fallen firefighter, Robert "Hawk" Meyer, a house fire in Highlands, NJ, a special training activity and a visit to the Keyport Fire Museum.
A look at the Senior Center in Keansburg (NJ) and the special needs of senior citizens at the Jersey Bayshore.
Host John Schneider interviews a clammer on his boat.
Long-time resident of Keyport and volunteer, Tom Gallo, talks about the need for volunteers in the Jersey Bayshore area.
Exploring the story and history of a Jewish religious celebration, Chanukah.
Race car driver and local resident, Frankie Montecalvo, talks about his life and career.
The 14th episode of "The Story of Sandy Hook" focuses on the future of the historic peninsula in New Jersey.
The 10th episode of "The Story of Sandy Hook" takes a scenic "Walk on the Wild Side" which is on the river and bay side of the historic peninsula.
The 12th episode of "The Story of Sandy Hook" focuses how the National Park Service began managing Sandy Hook as a national park and plans for the future.
The 9th episode of "The Story of Sandy Hook" goes back to a time when women were first invited to join the military on the historic peninsula of Sandy Hook.
The 6th episode of "The Story of Sandy Hook" explores the history of "Highland Beach" which became a major tourist destination on the peninsula of Sandy Hook.
Touring present-day buildings and comparing them to older photographs, the 4th episode describes what life might have been like for soldiers who were living in "Army Town".
Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ
The Jazz Lobsters perform in Keyport, NJ
If you have two days to spend at the Jersey Bayshore, here are some ideas of that you can do on the second day.
What can you do at the Jersey Bayshore when it's raining or dark outside? Watch this episode of Jersey Bayshore Country to find out.
Grace Hanlon, former director of tourism for the State of New Jersey, talks about some of her favorite places to visit.
When the sun goes down at the Jersey Bayshore, the fun begins. From Keansburg Amusement Park to waterfront dining to fireworks on the water, this episode explores a number of opportunities for night-time entertainment.
Keansburg Amusement Park
View of New York City by...
If you had a day to spend at the Jersey Bayshore, here are some recommendations of what to do.
Features an overview of Keyport, New Jersey. In addition, this episode reviews the annual GardenWalk, takes you on a boat ride along the waterfront and shares an interview with Les Horner who has a number of historical photographs of the town. For more information, visit...
This episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY features the Villages of Middletown comprising villages such as Belford, Leonardo, River Plaza, Lincroft, Navesink, Port Monmouth, Locust, and North Middletown. Included in this episode are segments on Deep Cut Gardens, Naval Weapons Station Earle, the Middletown 350 Parade and...
A second look at the villages of Middletown -- the largest town at the Jersey Bayshore.
Holmdel is one of the towns in Monmouth County which is considered to be part of the New Jersey Bayshore.
This program features an overview of Highlands along with a segment on the local parks and beaches, an interview with author Bob Mayers who talks about Highlands' involvement in the Revolutionary War, a report on Philip Freneau who was considered to be "The Poet of the American Revolution," and a...
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