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All this week, Newsday Westchester's Chris Serico and Kirthana Ramisetti have been sharing their predictions on which stars will win major prizes at this year's Academy Awards, with special attention to local nominees.
In our final video chat, we predict who will win the night's biggest prize: best picture. After cleaning up during awards season, will Ben Affleck's "Argo" win the...Read more »
All this week, Newsday Westchester's Chris Serico and Kirthana Ramisetti will be sharing their predictions on which stars will win major prizes at this year's Academy Awards, with special attention to local nominees.
In part four of our five-part series, we predict who will win the award for best director. Will Ang Lee, a former Larchmont resident, take home the Oscar for "Life of Pi,"...Read more »
The Voracious Reader, an independent children’s bookshop in Larchmont, will overflow with adoring fans when Dame Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, visit for a book signing of “The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart” tonight.
“We sold out in less than 24 hours after I put it up on Facebook,” said Francine Lucidon, the shop’s owner. She anticipates a crowd of up to 500...Read more »
Rolling Stone has published its list of "The 50 Funniest People Now," and six of them have strong ties to the Hudson Valley.
Making the list, which was posted online Thursday, were Larchmont native Joan Rivers (No. 49), Saugerties-raised Jimmy Fallon (No. 47), North Salem resident David Letterman (No. 35), former Peekskill resident Michael Ian Black (No. 34), Palisades resident Bill...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 »