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This week, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing cases about same-sex marriage, and in June it will make a ruling that could impact the legality of same-sex marriages nationwide. Celebrities with Hudson Valley ties have taken to Twitter to voice their reactions to what could be the court's most significant ruling on civil rights in decades.
Audra McDonald, a Croton resident, directly addresed...Read more »
It's another photo-friendly edition of the Tweets of the Week, featuring the week's top Twitter posts from celebrities with strong Hudson Valley connections.
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In third place...Read more »
Looking forward to the “Veronica Mars” movie? Then no doubt you’ll be excited to learn that the upcoming film will have a Hudson Valley connection. According to the show’s creator, Rob Thomas, Max Greenfield will reprise his role as Deputy Leo D’Amato in the film.
In an interview with E! Online, Thomas said the film will take place 10 years after the show concluded in 2007, fittingly enough...Read more »
Howard Stern, Rosie O'Donnell and Max Greenfield were among the Hudson Valley celebrities who headed to Twitter to weigh in on Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony.
Here are 15 of the night's most notable tweets, in chronological order.
As his best-known character Pee-wee Herman, Peekskill native Paul Reubens kicked off the Oscar coverage by documenting his supposed run-in with a grouchy...Read more »
The 70th annual Golden Globe Awards air tonight, and a number of movie and TV stars with Hudson Valley connections are nominated in major categories.
Bill Murray, a Palisades resident, received a best actor in a musical or comedy nod for portraying Franklin D. Roosevelt in "Hyde Park on Hudson." He's up against Hugh Jackman for "Les Miserables," Jack Black for "Bernie,"...Read more »