NJ TODAY WITH MIKE SCHNEIDER
Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm
Tune-in weeknights for news from across the state. Tonight’s coverage includes (subject to change):
- An interview with Harold Wirths, Dept. of Labor about the latest unemployment numbers
- Employment Policies Institute Research Director Michael Saltsman speaks with Mike Schneider from Trenton about the issue of minimum wage
- How the heatwave is affecting hospitals
- A new documentary about Bruce Springsteen fans
Highlights from this week’s news include:
- Fulop Appoints Former NYPD Deputy Chief as Jersey City’s New Public Safety Director
- Former Bergen County Prosecutor Jay Fahy Commits Suicide
- People Flock to Jersey Shore to Escape Continued Heat Wave
- NJ Transit Director Says Company is Taking Steps to Help Customers in Heat Wave
- Rutgers Economist Says It Will Be More Than a Year Before NJ Fully Recovers from Recession
- State Comptroller Says Many Lied About Income to Get Free School Lunches
- American Dream Spokesman Says NFL Teams Object to Project Because They Want All Entertainment Dollars
- Casino Control Commission Chair Optimistic About Atlantic City’s Future
- Watch more news at NJ Today with Mike Schneider online
ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO
Friday, 7/19 at 7pm & 11:30pm
- Jim Gerace, Vice President of the NJ, NY, and CT branches of Verizon talks about rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy and how it has accelerated the need to replace previous technologies with something better and more resilient.
- Josh S. Weston, Honorary Chair of ADP talks about the ways we can and need to improve the education system in our state and country.
- Richard E. Polton, author of “The Life & Times of Fred Wesley Wentworth”, takes us inside his latest book, which explores the impact of Fred Wesley Wentworth’s architectural designs on the city of Paterson.
LIFE & LIVING WITH JOANNA GAGIS
Saturday, 7/20 at 2:30pm
A Caucus Educational Corporation Production
- Jennifer Ashton, MD, Ob-Gyn, talks about her book “Your Body Beautiful”, which praises the beauty and energy of women in their 30’s, 40’s, and beyond, and also lays the foundation for optimal health and well-being for the rest of a woman’s life.
- Ruth Dugan, Board President of Gilda’s Club Northern NJ, discusses the importance of providing support to people living with cancer, as well as their families and friends.
- Victor Nichols, Publisher & CEO of NewarkBound Magazine takes us through the first edition of this destination magazine that aims to attract tourists and visitors to Newark and the surrounding area.
ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 7/20 at 2pm; Sunday 7/21 at 10am
On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political news-makers- how they voted, what they’re trying to accomplish, what their values are, and where they come from figuratively and literally.
State Senator/Gubernatorial Candidate Barbara Buono
REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 7/20 at 5:30pm, Sunday,7/21 at 9am
Veteran journalist Michael Aron sits down to talk headlines with news-breaker guests.
Heather Haddon/Wall Street Journal
Sal Rizzo/The Star-Ledger
Bob Jordan/NJ Press Media
STATE OF THE ARTS
- A special summer edition of State of the Arts, featuring the Lustig Dance Theatre, Art All Night in Trenton, the Shakespeare Festival of NJ, artist Stan Sperlak, and musician/novelist Wesley Stace, aka John Wesley Harding, in concert.
Monday, 7/22 at 6:30am
- Bill Akers, Mayor of Seaside Heights, NJ explains how far Seaside has come to restore the boardwalk and prepare the shore town for the summer tourism months.
- Mike Van Wagner, Executive Director of the NJ Business Action Center, talks about the role of the BAC and the incentives they offer to businesses who are struggling and those who are considering leaving the state.
- James Dale, a former Boy Scout of America, explains why he feels the Boy Scouts are promoting prejudice and feels that they need to address the issue of accepting gay members and stop the culture of discrimination.
CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY WITH STEVE ADUBATO
Sunday, 7/21 at 8:30am
“Caucus Up Close” featuring: Treena Livingston Arinzeh, Regina Andrews-Collette, and Vincent McInerney.
- Treena Livingston Arinzeh, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, discusses her current research on regenerating and rebuilding “neural tissue” (nerve tissue) that has been damaged due to accidents and/or degenerative diseases through the use of implanted materials and stem cells.
- Regina Andrews-Collette, Social Worker at Bellmawr School District, discusses the importance of The Village Shoppe-a place which offers families the opportunity to get free clothing or exchange clothing as they need.
- Vincent McInerney, MD, Director of Sports Medicine at Seton Hall University, shares ways to prevent knee injuries, which are on the rise in young adults, especially athletes.
For More Information on Caucus Educational Corporation programs,
Sunday, 7/21 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 7/23 at 11:30pm
On this edition, an in-depth look at the pivotal role of money in the pretrial system of justice. If you’ve got it, you can almost invariably await your day in court in the comfort of your community. If not, chances are you’ll wait in county lock-ups – for months or even years.
Eat! Drink! Italy! with Vic Rallo
Wednesday, 7/24 at 8pm
Going Deep: A walk through Napolean’s ancient wine tunnels, experimental vineyards and Canederli are showcased.