MoreMonmouthMusings Sold

Art Gallagher

By Art Gallagher

After more than 15 years of providing Monmouth County focused fair and biased news and commentary, I have been called to devote my talents in a different direction. MoreMonmouthMusings has been sold. The new owners will take over early next month.

I’ll leave it to the new owners to introduce themselves. News of my new vocation will be announced, or not, elsewhere.

My gratitude for the relationships, experiences and opportunities this endeavor has provided is profound and will be expressed privately. Thank you to the many readers, commenters, sources, friends, advertisers, colleagues and advisers.

Posted: March 24th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: Art Gallagher, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , | 16 Comments »

16 Comments on “MoreMonmouthMusings Sold”

  1. Robert Goodman said at 7:29 am on March 24th, 2021:

    Best wishes for the future, Art! I hope it’s towards a promising and fulfilling venture.

  2. BroadwayBill said at 7:49 am on March 24th, 2021:

    Well you know what they say, there’s a sucker born every minute! Congratulations Art! Do you still have that bridge for sale in Brooklyn?

  3. Dan Jacobson said at 8:15 am on March 24th, 2021:

    Wow Art! That’s huge.

    I hope this development is a happy one! I’ve enjoyed our relationship as media colleagues.

    My best for you in all your future endeavors!

    Dan Jacobson

  4. Carly Baldwin said at 8:23 am on March 24th, 2021:

    A man who taught me an incredible amount about Monmouth County and sharpened my skills as a reporter. You will be missed, Art.

  5. Jay Coffey said at 8:23 am on March 24th, 2021:

    Congrats, Art! But why the picture of Robin Williams?

  6. Is it April 1? said at 9:12 am on March 24th, 2021:

    No? Well, then, best of luck to you: don’t blame you, it’s a crazy and frustrating time we are in.. tine to smell the roses, fish, whatever works for you.. Been a long, interesting run.. hope the new folks lean “right!” Be well, thank you.

  7. Mike Harmon said at 9:32 am on March 24th, 2021:

    Closing a successful chapter where we all learned much about Monmouth County policies and plans and the internal politics (and internecine battles) that are so important in shaping our future. One thing for sure, Art Gallagher , his readerss and forum posters think for themselves and rarely hold much back. By the way, now the inner Viking is a bit easier to see. Thanks and best of luck.

  8. Bob English said at 12:16 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Art….I have always enjoyed reading MMM and will miss your writings. Good luck in the future….Bob

  9. Teddy Roosevelt said at 1:03 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Thank you for a job well done.

  10. Joe Wedick said at 1:43 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Enjoy the next phase Art. Please post updates of your new adventure(s). Thanks for providing some verbal elbow room for us all.
    Good luck.

  11. Joe DiBella said at 2:50 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Congratulations Art. Your contributions to the community are too great to name. MMM has been a must read for years — because of you. Good luck on all that comes next. You will be missed out here.

  12. Jim Giannell said at 3:50 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Every day, for all those years, I would check with More Monmouth Musings for the Monmouth Co news ! ! You did a great job ! Anyway, I wish you the best !

  13. Jose Freiwald said at 3:53 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Even though I’ve been a relatively newer poster in the grand scheme of things, it has been a fun couple of years! Thank you for the musings, the occasional emails, and a fantastic night of 18 year old Glen Livet and Cohibas. You are on the Mt Rushmore bust of Jersey Shore Political Bloggers from the Bayshore! Farewell my friend!

  14. Charles Measley said at 7:12 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    You will be dearly missed, thanks for all you have done for all these years!

  15. Patrick Short said at 10:34 pm on March 24th, 2021:

    Appreciated the contribution you made and the forum you provided Art. I checked MMM most daily; enjoyed the articles, as well as, the comments. Please stay in contact. Patrick

  16. John Gallagher said at 10:49 am on April 4th, 2021:

    Art, best of luck in your future endeavors. Thanks John.