I found this copy of the ‘Long Island Pulse‘, my very first, at the Jamesport Country Kitchen.
Like Edible East End, the Pulse covers notable, local foodie haunts and topics. But it also points out where to find fashion, film, music and local art exhibits – topics which the writers of Edible don’t chew on.
On LawwngEyeland?! Bubby, we don’t need to head to the city no moah!
Some Brooklyn and Queens residents can ignore the fact that they live on a really long island called… Long Island. And maybe that’s because for many years the options outside of NYC boroughs, for those without cars, were few and transportation was expensive or inconvenient. Now, people out East have more available to them which will only continue to peak the interests of those in the city and beyond.
It’s really hopeful to read a good mix of articles on entrepreneurs, new and old, churning out smart products and improving local communities. As someone who would love to make the “work for myself” thing a reality, learning about the people behind new, niche products like NOFO Crunch means it’s only a matter of time before I set one of these issues down and say “Alright, I’m gonna do this!” and follow through with it. Maybe.