November 2010 Visiting Contributors
Author: Long Island Pulse | Published: Wednesday, October 27, 2010
author: now serving: success
Richard Jay Scholem practically invented the Long Island restaurant culture through his 800+ reviews of the region’s eateries both on radio and in print over the last 30 years. He is a former NY Times Long Island Section restaurant reviewer and his Long Island Pulse food reviews were honored with a Press Club of LI award in 2010.
photog: now serving: success
Tracey Elizabeth, founder of Tracey Elizabeth Photography Ltd., is a Graduate of Hallmark Institute of Photography. Tracey is known for her documentary street photography and portraits that have a creative urban flare. Tracey loves handling any artistic needs clients may have from headshots to weddings. For a glimpse of Tracey’s work visit TraceyElizabeth.com.
author: the rise of craft beer on long island
Niko Krommydasis the individual behind Long Island Pulse Magazine’s beer blog, Super Neat Beer Adventure, Yes!!, as well as the monthly print column, The Red Zone. His fiction has appeared in The Dream People, Kill Poet, Thaumatrope, Thieves Jargon and more. Visit nikokrommydas.com, for exclusive artwork, short stories, print designs, films and more.
author: an island harvest
Peter Bronski is an award-winning writer whose work has appeared in more than 70 magazines, including previous issues of Long Island Pulse. A cookbook author and food blogger, he’s passionate about eating seasonally and locally.
author: portugal’s age of discovery endures
Isle de Long (fancy way of saying Long Island) native, Bruce Northam has reported (mostly good news) from 125 countries—including Antarctica. His travel video series, American Detour, is on americandetour.com.
photog: international wining and dining
Stephen Lang’s photography isn’t simply a face value representation of what is in front of him. It incorporates his vision, beliefs, respect, humor and spiritual guidelines. It can go from faithfulness and truth to an abstraction of what he sees. A way to connect with what he sees and to help others connect as well. stephenlangphotography.com.