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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch finally speaks, goes off on media and rips coverage (NJ.com) PHOENIX — For the first time since he arrived in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch actually spoke to the media, ripping into the gathered reporters for continuing to ask him questions despite the fact he is not interested in talking.
Monster Jam, 'Sister Act' musical among best things to do in N.J. this weekend (NJ.com) EAST RUTHERFORD — The Monster Jam truck show pulls into the Izod Center this weekend for one of the last events before the arena closes. Among the standout attractions: the return of Dragon, a truck which made its debut in New Jersey last year at MetLife Stadium.
N.J.'s best bars schedule: When we'll visit our 60 semi-finalists (NJ.com) The 60 semi-finalists have been named in our N.J.' s Best Bars competition. And now the fun — or hard work, depending on how you look at it — begins, which means visits to every bar on the list. After the visits end next month, we'll pick ten finalists, and then you'll be able to vote one more time for a people's choice champion.
Lawrence teen cancer survivor named 2015 St. Baldrick's Foundation ambassador (NJ.com) LAWRENCE — Since age 11, Lawrence resident Aaron Thompson would shave his head every year to support the St. Baldrick's Foundation for childhood cancer research. Four years later, he became one of the 175,000 children diagnosed with cancer every year, learning he had Burkitt non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Accreditation stumble another reason for Cumberland to hand over shooting probe: Editorial (NJ.com) At a time when the utmost of confidence in the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office is needed, comes word that it didn't quite cut it in its try at accreditation from a top law enforcement group. The prosecutor's office had worked for a year reviewing its policies and procedures and reworking them where needed to meet the standards set by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police.