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Phil has been working in the media industry since 1996. After serving in the United States Marine Corps, he joined the Asbury Park Press in 1996, helping to launch the newspaper into the digital era. In 2005, he launched GoKidsNJ, New Jersey travel and tourism blog that reached 4,000,000 readers annually until it was merged into the Shore News Network. His work has been published in hundreds of newspapers worldwide, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the U.K.'s Guardian. He has also been featured on Fox News, MSNBC, CBS, ABC and Comedy Central. His photography has been published in Time Magazine, Newsweek and several other publications. Today, Phil is the founder and editor of the Shore News Network, sometimes referred to as the "FOX News of New Jersey". Over 100,000 follow Shore News Network on social media and the platform reaches 2.5 million readers each month.
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Shore News Network was a member of the NJ News Commons since its inception, but we recently removed ourselves from the Commons because let's face it, they treat SNN like trash and we got tired of listening to their whining. This column is an archive of NJ News Commons and Icopyright stories published during our membership period and we're going to keep this archive because we know it irks the "media" folks working over at the commons that it's still here.
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John Petrolino is a US Merchant Marine Engineering Officer and writer native to Monmouth County New Jersey. He received his BS in Marine Engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy. John's articles, poetry, reviews, and essays have been in numerous publications online and in print. John can be reached via twitter at @johnpetrolino
A column about traveling throughout the state of New Jersey geared towards families with young children and what to do in New Jersey.