Steve Mosco

Steve Mosco, the former editor-in-chief at Anton Media Group, is a columnist for Long Island Weekly's food and sports sections. He fancies himself a tastemaker, food influencer and king of all eaters.

More Articles

Catholic Schools Get The Band Back Together

The 2018 Catholic Schools Honor Band Concert, an invitation-only event featuring standout musicians from every Catholic school, took place recently in the big auditorium at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington. The group of...

Stew Leonard’s Spreads Craft Market Concept Around Long Island

Trips to the supermarket are often a frenetic rush to pile every conceivable item into a cart in one shopping mission—all while making the absolute minimum in eye contact. That’s the shopping experience most Long Islanders...

Eat At Stew’s

It shines near the end of Stew Leonard’s one-way aisle like a beacon of alluring savoriness. Mrs. Leonard’s Kitchen—the heart of the store’s East Meadow location—is a mammoth prepared-food department with full dinners perfect to...

Nassau County Grants Tax Grievance Extension

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran recently announced she has directed officials at the Assessment Review Commission (ARC) and Department of Assessment (DOA) to accept property assessment grievance filings until Monday, April 2, in order for...

Local Officials Respond To Latest School Shooting

With the fatal shooting of at least 17 victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, this past Valentine’s Day—the country’s 18th such incident already in 2018—officials are busy assuring parents of safety...

Chocolate’s Salty Side

With Valentine’s Day in the rear-view and Easter on the horizon, chocolate is everywhere this time of year. Heart-shaped boxes remain on the store shelves at severely marked-down prices, while chocolate bunnies and goo-filled chocolate...

State Grants 16 Nassau County Schools Education Award

Sixteen Nassau schools joined the upper echelon of state schools recently when they were Reward Schools by the State Education Department. The honor, which recognizes schools with a high academic achievement or those with the...

Error Lands Nassau County In Sewer Mess

An error in last year’s county budget caused homeowners in several Nassau villages to be overcharged on their sewer tax bills last month—forcing officials to scramble for solutions. Residents in the villages—Mineola, Garden City, Hempstead, Freeport...

The Art Of The Island

The Nassau County Museum of Art’s Saltzman Fine Art Building was the site of a women in business networking event recently—featuring none other than the county’s first woman county executive, Laura Curran. “This is a true...

Discover

Trending

Free People Read Freely

Banned Books Week 2016, beginning on Sept. 25, draws national attention to the harms of censorship. It is an annual event celebrated by librarians,...

Vacation & Travel—Full Issue—February 6, 2019

https://issuu.com/antoncommunitynewspapers7/docs/vacation_travel_5dcac3057f5f1a

Community Rallies To Celebrate Baby’s Heartiversary

Throughout this ongoing ordeal, this young Massapequa mom has felt the combination of modern medicine and God has kept her faith.

The Future Was Here: The 1939 World’s Fair

In 1935, New York, as with the rest of the country, was still in the throes of Depression. A group of enterprising investors got...

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

California is known to be much different than all the other 49 states. It has so many laws that clash with the rest of...
x