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Billionaire CEO, Tom Brady, Kevin Hart Thrill Fans At NJ Trading Card Shop (Video)
Some of the biggest names in sports stopped by a small New Jersey trading card shop over the weekend, thrilling fans young and old alike.
Michael Rubin, the billionaire CEO of Fanatics brought Tom Brady, Kevin Hart, and Travis Scott to Wax, Packs, and Throwbacks in Linwood Saturday, Sept. 30, as part of a nationwide sports card trading event, Topps Hobby Rip Night.
The shop's co-owner Jon Riffle said he and his business partner Daniel Gordon were well-prepared for the event, but had no idea that the A-list athlete, comic, rapper, and businessman — who's worth an estimated $11.5 billion…
Former Park View Football Captain, Paratrooper Addison Cadang Dies Days Before 22nd Birthday
A paratrooper in the US Army, former standout football player, and firefighter from Virginia, Addison Cadang, died days before turning 22.
Addison Cadang, a US Army soldier, died while stationed in Fort Liberty on Sept. 21. He would have turned 22 on Oct. 8, his obituary says.
A spokesperson for the 82nd Airborne Division, where Cadang was assigned, said that he died of injuries suffered in a vehicle crash in Fort Liberty, NC.
"An investigation is ongoing by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division," Anthony M. Clas, Ed.D. said. "Our thoughts and sympathies are wit…
Funeral Director Killed In NJ Home Was 'Movie Buff, Capable Of Loving Anyone,' BF Says
Erica Voloshin was born to love.
The 37-year-old Nutley woman, who was killed over the weekend in a Belleville home, is being mourned by those who love her for her innate kindness.
"She was so capable of loving anybody," said Voloshin's boyfriend, Aviv Roziner, of Huntingdon Valley, PA. "She was so kind... she was the most understanding person one could ever imagine."
Scott Hurring, 43, of Belleville, was charged with murder in Voloshin's killing Sunday, Oct. 1, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II and Belleville Police Chief Mark Minichini said.
Roziner and Volosh…