Once again, Jerry Recco answered the bell when called upon, delivering an informative and entertaining update on Wednesday morning.
After New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie kept his seat warm during the previous show, Boomer was back in the Allstate Studio on Wednesday morning alongside his radio partner/BFF Craig.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was prominently featured in Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” and for good reason, as he went head-to-head with the one and only Al Dukes, and lived to tell about it.
A trivia battle broke out and the subject was songs that reached No. 1 during the 1980s. The competitors were New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and our very own Al “Hughes” Dukes.
During his update on Tuesday morning, Jerry Recco offered extensive coverage of the Cavaliers’ 112-97 win over the Warriors on Monday night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
With Boomer out once again Tuesday morning, the ever-capable Chris Christie filled in admirably alongside his old buddy Craig.
Jerry Recco took the day off on Friday, so he was taken to task by Craig on Monday. But lucky for the “update maven,” “The” Eddie Scozzare had his back.
Jerry recapped a frustrating Sunday on the diamond for the Mets and Yankees and Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
You’re always certain to be treated to a memorable and highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” — and Friday was no different.
Boomer and Craig were thrilled to take a call from Jeff Hornacek on Friday morning.
When Philip Rivers found himself in New York, he knew he had to pay a visit to his buddies Boomer and Craig.
Jerry Recco was out on Friday, which came as news to all of us. Luckily, his replacement, Chris Lopresti, aka “C-Lo,” was more than up to the task.
Boomer made it back from Cincinnati for Friday’s radio program and was reunited with his BFF Craig, so all was right with the world.
Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” focused on a little competition Craig put together, pitting New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie against the one and only Al “Hughes” Dukes.
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira gave Craig and Gov. Chris Christie a call Thursday morning and talked about several topics, including his health.