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Although "House of Cards" star Kate Mara isn't in "Iron Man 3," she revealed to Newsday Westches ter the source of her "Iron Man 2" inside joke about her Westchester upbringing.
Just after the 10-minute mark of 2010's "Iron Man 2," Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) leaves his own Stark Expo with assistant Happy Hogan (director Jon Favreau) to...Read more »
“American Choppers” rode off into the sunset last year after 10 seasons on the air, but “Choppers” star Paul Teutul Sr. and his Newburgh-based custom-motorcycle shop, Orange County Choppers, is returning to television -- and they’re looking for a new person to join the show.
According to a casting notice posted by Pilgrim Studios, the producers of “American Chopper,” Teutul is seeking a “new...Read more »
Forget painted paws and dyed fur: The hippest hounds in New York City dog parks these days are sporting ink. Will the posh pups of Westchester County be next to pounce on this fetch-ing trend?
New York-based celebrity dog groomer Jorge Bendersky has Upper East Side dog owners lining up to tattoo their trend-setting tail waggers, DNAinfo reported.
"In the summer, they cut the dogs'...Read more »
When NBA player Jason Collins became the first openly gay active athlete in a major American team sport, celebrities with Hudson Valley ties took to Twitter to express their opinions.
Among the first of the region's celebrities to weigh in was former Yankees catcher John Flaherty. Raised in West Nyack, the YES Network announcer and part owner of the Rockland Boulders minor-league team in Pomona...Read more »
The Tony Award nominations, celebrating the best and brightest on Broadway, will be announced Tuesday morning, and Newsday Westchester is taking a look at which local celebrities and other creative talent could receive nods.
One musical receiving a lot of buzz is “Matilda,” an adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic that opened earlier this month and features Westchester’s 9-year-old Sophia Gennusa...Read more »
Calling all movie buffs: The summer movie season is finally here! Kicking off May 3 with the premiere of "Iron Man 3," the next four months will see the release of everything from superhero flicks to ribald comedies to family-friendly fare.
In the video above, Newsday Westchester's Chris Serico and Kirthana Ramisetti take a look at the highly anticipated films that feature celebrities...Read more »
The custom motorcycle shop behind "American Chopper" will host a charity run this weekend, after the county accommodates the annual Beacon Barks dog parade and Pine Bush UFO Fair and Parade.
First up is Saturday's third annual UFO Fair, which kicks off at 7:30 a.m. Saturday with a 5K run-walk starting on Center Street, followed by a street fair with live performances, games, vendors...Read more »
The Peekskill Brewery, Newburgh Brewing Co. and Captain Lawrence Brewing of Elmsford are among the 85 New York State craft beers that will be featured at the 16th annual TAP New York Craft Beer & Fine Food Festival this weekend.
The event will take place at Hunter Mountain ski resort in the Catskills, and nearly 6,500 beer lovers are expected to attend the two-day event. It will feature...Read more »
It's a particularly visual edition of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week, which, as usual, focuses on the best of Twitter from celebrities with connections to the Hudson Valley.
Because the following embedded tweets, links, pictures and videos involve HTML coding, this feature is best viewed with a Web browser. If you missed previous installments of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week,...Read more »
Whoa, here he comes: Rock star and "Live from Daryl's House" host Daryl Hall will be renovating someone else's home next year on the DIY Network.
The cable network announced this week that it has approved "The Daryl Hall Project," a reality TV show that would allow the rocker to explore his love for house restoration in front of TV cameras. Hall, who made it big in music...Read more »