Each month in Renaissance Online Magazine, our columnists cover a wide variety of topics ranging from computer issues, homelessness, and sex, to the media, politics, and horrifying cell phone experiences. The following is a list of our regular columnists with links to their current columns.
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Cohen is the staff humor columnist for Renaissance Online Magazine. His work is also published weekly in three California newspapers and four online humor magazines. Past topics have touched on Jack Kevorkian, TV news and household appliances. Read his latest.
Douglass is an independent publishing consultant residing in the small north Georgia town of Atlanta. Also a freelance writer and has authored numerous articles and several books, David is a staff columnist for Renaissance Online Magazine. Past topics have touched on Y2K survival, Tag-team politics and road rage. Read his latest.
Gallo is a staff writer and the entertainment guru of Renaissance Online Magazine. A graduate of the University of Connecticut law school, he works full time as a lawyer and makes his home in of Wethersfield, CT. Past topics have touched on television dramas, holiday entertainment and many movie reviews. Read his latest.
Iannone, a native of Dix Hills, Long Island (NY), is a graduate of the Emory University School of Law and works as an assistant district attorney in Queens, NY. While in college studying politics, he incited many heated debates with his controversial student newspaper articles. Iannone lives in Dix Hills, NY. Past topics have touched on homelessness and the Clinton scandal. Read his latest.
Marciano is the political columnist for Renaissance Online Magazine. A native of North Providence, Rhode Island, he holds a masters degree in political science from Suffolk University and has worked on various political campaigns including that of current Rhode Island governor Lincoln Almond. Marciano lives in Boston, MA. Past topics have touched on the Clinton scandal, Augosto Pinochet and Hillary Clinton's senate run. Read his latest.
Ridolfi's column covers mostly technology issues, but sometimes wanders into the areas of entertainment and sports. A graphic designer and Web programmer from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Ridolfi is the creator and editor of Renaissance Online Magazine. He is a graduate of Fairfield University and Clark University. Past topics have touched on spam mail, cyber sex and ignorant attacks on rock music. Read his latest.