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"Saturday Night Live" star Bobby Moynihan stopped by the talk shows of Howard Stern and Artie Lange on successive weekdays to promote his supporting role in "The Brass Teapot," in theaters today.
In "The Brass Teapot," Moynihan plays Chuck, a friend of a poor married couple that finds a brass teapot at an antique shop, and discovers the teapot spills money whenever...Read more »
Tarrytown Music Hall will screen "The Princess Bride" tonight in advance of Mandy Patinkin's March 30 appearance there (Patinkin played Inigo Montoya in "Bride"). When we spoke to the "Homeland" actor last week, he told us about the Inigo Montoya quote that most resonates with him to this day — and it's not the one you might think.
What's the one you might think?...Read more »
Howard Stern's former sidekick, Artie Lange, said the so-called "King of All Media" would be a worthy successor to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" — assuming Stern would even want the gig.
"I think Howard would do great in a late-night situation on television," Lange told me last week. "I always thought that. The guy knows how to entertain people, man....Read more »
The world waited Wednesday to see who would emerge as the new head of the Catholic Church. Among the curious were celebrities who have called the Hudson Valley home and took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
In chronological order, here are some of the most interesting tweets from Wednesday's big reveal.
As white smoke began to billow from the Vatican's chimney, signaling to the world...Read more »
Keith Olbermann has won a settlement in his $50 million lawsuit against Current TV. The media personality, who graduated from Hackley School in Tarrytown, filed the breach-of-contract lawsuit with Current TV in April 2012 after the network fired him the month prior.
According to Deadline, a settlement has been reached between both parties via mediation. The details of the agreement are confidential,...Read more »
The Tribeca Film Festival, founded by Robert De Niro in 2002, showcases new work from some of the brightest talents in dramatic and documentary film. The lineup for this year’s festival, taking place in New York City April 17-28, was announced this week and includes a number of films with ties to the Hudson Valley.
Matt Dillon, who was born in New Rochelle and raised in Mamaroneck, stars in...Read more »
Briarcliff Manor native Elizabeth Tryon blends operatic and comedic elements in her show, "There's a Phantom in My Opera," which makes its New York City debut Tuesday night.
Tryon, 32, recently told Newsday Westchester that her show, which Caroline's on Broadway will host for a one-night-only performance, embraces and lampoons opera, Broadway, classical and pop music. In writing...Read more »
Peekskill native Kurt Heitmann is the founder of Red House Entertainment, a group that's battling Tarrytown Music Hall and The Paramount Phoenix Group to lease, operate and manage the Paramount Center for the Arts, which suspended operations Oct. 4.
The City of Peekskill, which owns the 960-seat Paramount, has invited the three groups to present their proposals at a public Common Council meeting...Read more »
The Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill might get a boost from a neighbor 17 miles south on Route 9: Tarrytown Music Hall.
According to a Peekskill city statement issued Tuesday morning, the Music Hall's executives are among three groups to submit plans to lease, operate and manage the Peekskill theater, which suspended operations Oct. 4.
The other two groups vying to take over...Read more »