Drew Weisholtz is an award-winning writer who has had his work published on several websites, including GuySpeed, StarCrush.com and theFW.com. Previously, he has written and served as a producer for ABC News Radio and also spent time as a stand-up comedian. He can be found rooting for his beloved Yankees and Giants and begrudgingly holds out hope his Rutgers Scarlet Knights will one day return to the NCAA Tournament. When that's not consuming him, he passes time quoting "Saved By the Bell" and making fun of his in-laws. You can follow him on Twitter.
This List of the Cheapest Sandwiches to Make Will Have You Saving Big Money When You Send …
We’re not full of baloney when we tell you feeding your kids lunch at school won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Restaurant’s Clever Facebook Post Helps Police Nab Dine-and-Dasher
A man in Reno, Nevada who pulled a dine-and-dash on a $100 bill won't get the book thrown at him so much as he will get the Facebook thrown at him.
Buckle Up — August Is the Deadliest Month to Drive
If you’re heading out on the road this month for a vacation, you need to be extra careful.
Missoula Makes List of Top Cities for Hippies
Flower power is alive and well. And in some places the flowers are blossoming just a little more.
Watch Chilling Video of Woman Hiring Hitman to Kill Her Husband
Julia Charlene Merfeld has been caught trying to make sure death did her and her husband ‘part.
California Town’s Fourth of July Fireworks Accident Leaves 28 Injured [VIDEOS]
A Fourth of July fireworks celebration has left more than two dozen people injured in Simi Valley, California.
Montanan Ranks Third in Study of States Which Drink the Most Beer
America may be all about baseball and apple pie, but beer certainly belongs in the discussion.
Teen Faces 8 Years in Jail for Making Joke on Facebook
Here's proof that you need to be very careful what you write on social media.
The Best (And Worst) States for Tipping May Surprise You
Here’s a tip: if you want to be a waiter, move to New York.
Vicious Tornadoes Tear Through Oklahoma Once Again, At Least 5 Dead [UPDATED]
UPDATE Saturday 6:15 a.m. EST: The number of reported fatalities is at least five, with another 71 injuries caused by what authorities say are a total of 17 tornadoes ripping through the Midwest on Friday.