You’ve heard his lyrics, but on Wednesday morning a big New Jersey rock star shared his soulful side in a different way. Jon Bon Jovi opened a kitchen at Rutgers University that will help college students struggling with food insecurity, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports.

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