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.

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Intercepting Influenza

Officials make plea to public for flu awareness With several weeks left in the 2017-18 influenza season, local doctors and elected officials are urging residents to get the flu shot and take simple steps to stave...

Super Pigs In A Blanket

Pigs in a blanket is the perfect food for mouth-popping while the eyes are locked on the TV for a big play or ridiculous commercial during the Super Bowl. But the perfection of a mini-hot...

Singh Sings: Mangano, Venditto Named In Court

Harendra Singh, the former restaurateur embroiled in the corruption trial of former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto, pleaded guilty in October 2016 and will admit to...

Nassau County Executive Curran Bars Staff From Political Appointments

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran hit the ground running in her first month in office last week when she signed an executive order barring appointed members of her administration from holding a leadership position in...

Long Islanders Can’t Afford The Island

Survey says residents want more housing options The general consensus is that young people are desperate to leave the Island as soon as they graduate college—that they don’t feel like anything is keeping them here and...

Dosa Does It

Indian food is as varied and diverse as the culture itself—with each region contributing its own take on the aromatic essence of one of the world’s most unique cuisines. Much of the same can be said...

Michael McDonald’s Fave Singing Pianists

Few artists this side of Daryl Hall possess the kind of rich, blue-eyed soul phrasing that Michael McDonald possesses. In addition to having an incredibly rich musical background that’s found him balancing stints in Steely...

Beyond The Cup

Despite what some might have you believe, the New York Islanders have a rich history of success that goes beyond the team’s four Stanley Cup championships in the 1980s. Some were mere moments that made...

Recession Ramen

Ramen, the noodle soup consumed in mass quantities during college years—and these somehow still financially lean adult years—is a culinary curiosity. It exists as both a basic, bargain bin dinner and a versatile, deeply flavored...

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Escape Winter—Go To The Boat Show

The 2017 Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show cruises into the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from Wednesday, Jan. 25, through Sunday, Jan. 29,...

Back To School—Full Issue—August 23, 2017

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Introducing The 2016 Nassau BOCES Education Partners

This spring, Nassau BOCES will honor 13 people and organizations that have had a profound effect on public education in Nassau County. Celebrating its...

Chaminade Athletes Commit

Thirty-five members of the Chaminade High School class of 2017 sign commitments to play college level sports at nearly 30 schools. Upon graduation, they...

Marisa Tomei Stuns In Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo

A rose by any other name... ...Would smell as sweet as Tennessee Williams’ Tony Award-winning play, which has been revived at Broadway’s American Airlines Theatre,...