Jack Silbert is a humor writer, journalist, children's author, editor, movie reviewer, weekly internet-radio DJ, and frequent master of ceremonies. His writing has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, New York Press, Weird New Jersey, New Jersey Monthly, Nickelodeon, Glamour, Parent and Child and a wide variety of websites including Gawker and Media Darlings. During his lengthy tenure as editor with Scholastic Classroom Magazines, he proudly accepted the AEP's Golden Lamp Award for best periodical, 2009. Jack lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, and is rather fond of independent music, baseball, and sandwiches.
Dreading the job at which you spend a third of your day is toxic. Tune in to a discussion on improving work life with tips you can actually use. Read More »
My experience with individual health insurance plans and the healthcare.gov website. Read More »
A look at the working life of young Nelson Mandela, and his determination to create his own destiny. Read More »
A makeshift medical team came to the aid of residents in need in post-Sandy Hoboken. Read More »
One Hoboken man's experience navigating the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. Read More »
Popular restaurant in Hoboken, NJ, bounced back from Hurricane Sandy -- but not without challenges. Funding to rebuild came from the family's pockets. Read More »