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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Top Of The Toppings

Only a sociopath would smear scallion cream cheese on a cinnamon raisin bagel. With this truism in mind, it is time to explore the perfect pairings for bagels. From cream cheese to butter to something else...

Behold, The Bagel

New Yorkers routinely puff out their chests with pride when it comes to bagels—and for anyone who has dared to eat dough-with-a-hole outside of New York City or Long Island, the reasons for this pride...

A Fruitful 2018

The new year is here—and we all feel terrible about ourselves. We ate too many fatty foods on Christmas and imbibed too much booze on New Year’s Eve. We’ve been in close proximity to the children...

Features From The Field

Sports stories through the year Anton Media Group’s sports features bounced from professional to amateur, with coverage of well-known idols and up-and-coming hopefuls. In April, just as the baseball season was getting underway, the New York Mets...

Elegant Philanthropy In 2017

A year in charitable works across the Island Long Island has always been a charitable place, with organizations helping out those in need with a variety of events and initiative. This past year was no different,...

Through The Year, Across The Island

Anton Media Group’s collection of feature stories from 2017 encompassed both large-scale events and smaller moments of local pride. Early in April, Anton Media Group Publisher Angela Susan Anton was the keynote speaker at the Best...

The Year In Food: Dining Across The Island In 2017

Dining on Long Island is always an embarrassment of riches, no matter what year it is, and 2017 was no different. The year began with the most important meal of the day—breakfast—and the most important breakfast...

Oh, Deer

Nothing says “Christmas dinner” quite like a large, woodland creature freshly dispatched and roasting in the oven—its earthy aromas caressing guests into a lulled comfort with visions of tender meats dancing in their heads. There are...

Islanders Win Bid To Build At Belmont

It’s official: The New York Islanders are skating back home. After about five seasons at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center plagued with bad ice, obstructed views and diminishing ticket sales, the team that originally called Nassau Coliseum home...

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