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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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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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Starting off the countdown is "Glee"...Read more »
With Howard Stern and Hudson Valley talent, "America's Got Talent" returns tonight for a whole new season of X's and "Oh!"s. Newsday Westchester's got three good reasons to tune in to tonight's two-hour premiere, which kicks off at 9 on NBC.
1. The new judges' panel dynamic. Last year's panel was the lovable three-headed monster that was former Briarcliff Manor disc jockey...Read more »
In this special edition of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week, local celebrities ranging from Howard Stern to Joan Rivers were among those to take to Twitter to honor heralded film critic Roger Ebert, who died Thursday at age 70.
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Howard Stern, Justin Long and Joshua Malina deliver this week's top Twitter contributions among celebrities with Hudson Valley ties.
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At No. 3 is former Briarcliff Manor disc...Read more »
With Saugerties High School grad Jimmy Fallon reportedly in line to take over for New Rochelle native Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show," the entertainment world is buzzing about who would fill Fallon's "Late Night" chair at NBC.
Newsday Westchester is no exception. Here are a few candidates who might be a good fit.
-- Howard Stern, who kicked off his DJ career in Briarcliff...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 »
Howard Stern has always been vocal about his dislike of “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, and now the self-proclaimed “King of All Media” is going after Leno’s high-profile gig.
On this morning's radio show, Stern and his sidekick Robin Quivers were discussing the Matt Lauer/Ann Curry controversy that stemmed from her "Today" show exit. During the chat, Stern, who got his professional...Read more »
Tom Cotter, the Rockland County comedian who was runner-up on this season’s “America’s Got Talent,” stopped by Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show Monday and revealed that the self-proclaimed King of All Media inspired Cotter to audition for the reality competition series.
Cotter, a Stony Point resident, told Stern that he decided to audition after learning that the radio host was replacing...Read more »