In This Issue | September 2010

September 2010
Exotic Autumn
Fall is the time for animal prints, blended textures and layers of baubles.

Long Island Biennial on View
Wondering what Long Island artists are up to these days? The Heckscher Museum of Art decided to find out. The result is Long Island Biennial 2010.

My Dog Tulip
No one knows exactly when the first animal became a pet. They are now so common that we take them for granted, giving little thought to this inherently odd process of taking wild creatures into our home and forming close relationships with them.

Soul Survivor
Two of the most beloved bands of the 60s were Booker T. and the MGs and the Rascals. While they each hailed from very different musical regions of the country and one band was primarily an instrumental group, the two bands now have a common link.

September 2010 Playlist
The following CDs are a sampling of the many strong releases that came out this year from artists who were once in groups or who are recording their first solo albums.

WEHM’s New Release Tuesdays September 2010
September selections for 92.9 & 96.9 WEHM New Release Tuesdays with Harry Wareing (airing every Tuesday night from 9-10pm) feature musicians from vastly different backgrounds who can all put together a good tune.

Drinkology September 2010
Stringent parameters exist in English law for whisky to be called Scotch, as seen in the most crucial parts of the Scotch Whisky Regulations 2009, which every Scotch distillery must follow.

Food Reviews: Bostwick’s Chowder House and Wild Honey on Main
Read our reviews of Bostwick’s Chowder House in East Hampton and Wild Honey on Main in Port Washington

Foodie Gossip - September 2010
Just because the coming of fall cools things down, it doesn’t mean the heat isn’t on for LI eats. The East End is holding prestigious winery events, the venerable Todd Jacobs is around and the booze is half-price!

Fourth Quarter Wine and Special Tasting Events
As with much of the business world, the fourth quarter is very important to the wine industry.

Here’s to WFUV, the world’s greatest radio station! Here’s to Fordham University (welcome back to school!) and the entire borough of the Bronx for giving us this gift!

The Red Zone September 2010
Stop by these favorite haunts—and tell ‘em Pulse sent you.

Who Runs The Show?
I am in the personal training business. I train a lot of wealthy men. I hear all about how unhappy they are at home. Most of them get treated poorly, both in and out of the bedroom, by their spouses. I’m just wondering when women took over the masculinity of their households.

Fall Landscape Tips from Down Under
To help us prep our lawn for fall, we spoke with Jamie Durie, award-winning landscape designer, environmentalist and host of HGTV’s The Outdoor Room.

Legends of the Fall
September marks the arrival of the second half of real estate’s selling season. Think of summer as halftime, a chance to review the spring drive and draw up game plans to—hopefully—achieve a “meeting of the minds” in the fall.

Sunrooms and Screened Porches
For those of us who squeeze the last moments out of the summer weather or love the outdoors no matter the season, a screened porch or a sunroom is a must.

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