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It was a busy week for celebrities with Hudson Valley connections, and some took a break from their hectic schedules to post their thoughts, photos and videos on Twitter.
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If you have a serious case of cicada fever, the prescription might not be "more cowbell," but rather a trip to Cornwall to see "Bug Music," tonight's celebration and conversation about one of nature's noisiest critters.
With a full title of "Bug Music: Rhythms and Songs of the Seventeen Year Cicada," tonight's free educational program for all ages at the Black...Read more »
As America counts down the hours until the Friday release of the new Superman movie, "Man of Steel," Newsday Westchester reveals three Hudson Valley ties to the superhero, who happens to be celebrating his 75th birthday.
1. Two celebrities with local ties star in "Man of Steel." Sadly, "Man of Steel's" version of Superman/Clark Kent, Henry Cavill, isn't originally...Read more »
Heeere's Jimmy! When Saugerties High School grad and "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon takes over NBC's "The Tonight Show" in the spring of 2014, he'll be getting both a better time slot and star billing.
According to The Huffington Post, "The Tonight Show" will be retitled with the word "starring" instead of "with," echoing the days when the...Read more »
Eliminated by fiery chef Gordon Ramsay on this season of Fox's "Hell's Kitchen," Dan Ryan of Hartsdale and Amanda Giblin of Pine Bush will meet in Ryan's hometown today, along with two other former contestants and under far less stressful conditions.
Hey NY/NJ fans. Come meet ME @jessicahk11 @danhk11 @barrethk11 today @6:30 @chefcentral in Hartsdale! twitter.com/AmandaGHK11/st… —...Read more »
Two disc jockeys and a singing actress make this week's countdown of top Twitter posts from celebrities with Hudson Valley connections.
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Middletown High School grad Aaron Tveit said he got so engrossed in his role as an FBI agent in the new ensemble drama series "Graceland" that he reached for his imaginary holster when he felt threatened recently.
Premiering at 10 tonight on USA Network and based on true events, "Graceland" follows six undercover agents from different federal agencies who fight crime while...Read more »
The Roots honored "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night with a shout-out to his hometown of Saugerties, fulfilling the destiny that Newsday Westchester predicted in January.
If you missed it, you probably weren't alone.
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Looking forward to the premiere of “Devious Maids,” the primetime soap starring Susan Lucci? Then you’re in for a treat. Even though the Scarsdale native’s new series isn’t set to premiere on Lifetime until June 23, fans can get an online sneak peek -- with a twist.
According to Deadline, Lifetime will unveil the pilot on multiple digital platforms this Sunday, including on the network’s website...Read more »
Michael Douglas is making headlines for his claim that oral sex was the cause of his throat cancer, and Hudson Valley comedians have been weighing in on the matter on Twitter.
The two-time Academy Award winning actor, who lives in Bedford with his Oscar-winning wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, told the British newspaper the Guardian that his cancer was caused by contracting the human...Read more »