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No Rose For You: Two NJ Women Sent Home On 'Golden Bachelor'
It was a not a good night for the ladies in red from New Jersey looking to find love on the "Golden Bachelor."
Neither Anna, 61, a retired nutritionist from Summit nor Maria, 60, a health and wellness director from Teaneck, got roses from Gerry Turner on the premiere episode of the ABC "The Bachelor" spinoff on Thursday, Sept. 28.
Luckily, Theresa Nist, a 70-year-old Shrewsbury resident, was given a fateful rose and will advance to next week's episode.
Nist, who celebrated her birthday on the show, wowed Turner by stripping out of her little black coverup to reveal a short, nude…
$50,000! Three North Jersey Lotto Players Win Big
It was a lucrative Wednesday, Sept. 27 for three Power Ball players in North Jersey.
Three players, one in Bergen County and two in Newark, matched four of the five white balls and the Power Ball winning the $50,000 second-tier prize. The tickets were sold at Northvale Gas in Northvale, Breeze Laundromat in Newark and Guardys in Newark.
The winning numbers were: 01, 07, 46, 47, and 63. The Red Power Ball number was 07.
NJ Trespasser Who Climbed Buckingham Palace Wall Charged, Held In UK: Report
A New Jersey man was being held in the United Kingdom after climbing into the Royal Mews, located inside of Buckingham Palace, according to authorities and The Telegraph via MSN.
Metropolitan police said only that a man identified as 25-year-old Awad Mustafa entered the Royal Mews, which holds royal carriages and a historic working stable, after scaling a wall nearby around 1:25 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 16.
According to The Telegraph, Mustafa, a Garden State resident, was on a 10-day trip when he was spotted filming inside of the Royal Mews, and then found hiding behind a carriage by police.
'Rolling Stone' Co-Founder Jann Wenner Booted From North Jersey Literary Festival
The fallout continues for Jann Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone magazine, following controversial comments he made in a New York Times interview.
Wenner has been removed from the Montclair Literary Festival, where he was scheduled to discuss his new book "The Masters: Conversations with Dylan, Lennon, Jagger, Townshend, Garcia, Bono and Springsteen," on Thursday, Sept. 28 at Unitarian Universalist Congregation, the festival confirmed.
In promoting his book, Wenner, when asked by the Times why his book only featured white musicians, said women and Black musicians were not as articul…