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Now that the "Arrested Development" trailer has gone viral, it's the "Final Countdown" for the fourth and final season, whose 15 episodes will be released via Netflix on May 26.
Newsday Westchester breaks it down to offer three ways you can gear up for the release.
1. Celebrate your weird family. Like Rye native Jason Bateman's character, are you the one seemingly...Read more »
Martha Stewart, Rosie O'Donnell and Susan Sarandon are this week's winners for the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week, honoring Twitter greatness from stars with connections to the region.
Because the following embedded tweets, links and photos 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, click...Read more »
Hudson Valley homeowners Susan Sarandon and Robert De Niro are among the actors inviting you to “The Big Wedding,” in theaters Friday.
The movie is about a long-divorced couple, played by De Niro and Diane Keaton, who pretend they're still married to appease an important visitor. Adding to the hijinks: Sarandon’s and De Niro’s characters are dating. If the script's any good, hilarity ensues.
“The...Read more »
Mike Myers and Ben Stiller get candid about their careers with host David Steinberg on tonight's episode of Showtime's "Inside Comedy."
Myers, a former Pound Ridge resident, chats about the personal experiences that led to his "Austin Powers" trilogy, while Stiller, who owns a home in Chappaqua, looks back on the "Blue Steel" pose and other circumstances that...Read more »
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 »
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 »
There's a lot to look for at the 85th Academy Awards ceremony tonight, from red-carpet analysis to handing out of hardware in the most coveted categories.
ABC's coverage from the red carpet begins at 7 p.m., and the ceremony starts at 8:30. But before then, Newsday Westchester is offering five incentives to watch the broadcast in its entirety, keeping a focus on Hudson Valley connections.
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A music icon, an Oscar-winning actress and a rising comedian were among the regional celebrities keeping things interesting on Twitter this week.
Because the following embedded tweets, links and videos involve HTML coding, this feature is best viewed with a Web browser. If you missed any of Newsday Westchester's previous Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week installments, click here.
Kicking...Read more »
Clive Davis, the legendary music mogul responsible for discovering stars including Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Janis Joplin and Alicia Keys, has revealed that he is bisexual.
The 80-year-old, who owns a home in Pound Ridge, discusses his personal life in his new memoir, “The Soundtrack of My Life,” out Tuesday. He divulges that he had his first same-sex encounter during the “era of...Read more »
The 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards honor outstanding representations of the gay, bisexual, lesbian and transgender communities in media and entertainment, and some of this year’s nominees, announced today, have Hudson Valley ties.
“Cloud Atlas,” starring Susan Sarandon, who owns a home in Pound Ridge, received a nod for outstanding film (wide release). The film is up against “Paranorman,”...Read more »