Spilling a hot drink from Dunkin Donuts made a New Jersey resident a millionaire. New Jersey resident Jennifer Fragoso’s lawsuit comes 20 years after McDonald’s Restaurants was sued by a New Mexico woman who suffered third-degree burns after spilling a hot coffee in her lap.
Anyone who appreciates or collects the medals made at the United States Mint in the 19th Century knows Robert Julian and his magnum opus, Medals of the United States Mint the First Century 1792 to 1892 published by the Token & Medal Society, 1977. I
Three people were in a lifeboat after their ship sank. They were surrounded by sharks. One courageous person took charge of the situation, dove into the water and swam ashore. To the surprise of the survivors on the life boat, the sharks allowed the person
More than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy ravaged through New Jersey, the expansive wreckage is a sorrowful reminder of the thousands of people who lost their homes and belongings. The damage is more pronounced in some areas more than others, but I think we can
Flying to Ajaccio, Corsica takes some careful planning. It is a lot like getting to Martha’s Vineyard, and the timing of the flights needs to be right. We arrived in Nice, France and waited five hours for our flight to Ajaccio. Ajaccio is on the
One of my favorite parks in Bergen County, NJ is tucked away in a residential area of Wyckoff. I call it the bird museum but it is really called the James A. McFaul Environmental Center. It’s never crowded, and on a nice day, it is
Archbishop John J. Myers dedicated the newly constructed Catholic church of Our Lady of Divine Providence at Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) on February 5, 2012. Damian Roderic Todd, the Royal Governor of TCI and over 700 people filled the new Church in Turks