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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 »
Anne Hathaway and Daniel Craig were among the celebrities with Hudson Valley connections to claim trophies at Thursday night’s 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. Hathaway, who briefly attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, won the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as Fantine in “Les Misérables.” Earlier Thursday, she was nominated in that category for an Academy Award. Craig,...Read more »
2012 has been memorable for a number of Hudson Valley celebrities, but five in particular had a truly noteworthy year. Here’s our countdown of the Hudson Valley stars who made the biggest news this year.
5. Blake Lively: The “Gossip Girl” actress had an eventful year, starting with purchasing a home in Bedford with Ryan Reynolds. The couple have been spotted out and about throughout northern...Read more »
Newsday Westchester gets in the holiday spirit for this year's final installment of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week.
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At No. 5 is Peter Gallagher, who grew...Read more »
Celebrities with Hudson Valley ties are well-represented in the Grammy nominations announced Wednesday night.
Jay-Z earned an impressive six nominations for songs from "Watch the Throne," his album with Kanye West, as well as collaborations with other artists. The Scarsdale homeowner earned nominations in four categories, including two nods for Best Rap Performance and two nods for...Read more »
This Thanksgiving week, Newsday Westchester is thankful for Hudson Valley celebrities who aren't turkeys when it comes to Twitter.
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At No. 5 is celebrity chef Mario Batali, who helps helm Tarry Lodge in Port Chester. Always one to answer followers' questions on Twitter, Batali...Read more »
Hurricane Sandy couldn't stop former Saugerties resident Jimmy Fallon as he proceeded with his "Late Night" show yesterday despite heavy winds and flooding in New York City.
After sending home the audience to keep them "safe and warm," he proceeded to deliver his show opening on 50th Street near Radio City, where he introduced guests Seth Meyers of "SNL," Padma...Read more »
Local celebrities including Martha Stewart, Audra McDonald and Snooki are preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy just like the rest of us, tweeting their plans and their concerns along the way.
Bedford lifestyle guru Stewart sounds just as you’d expect her to during an advancing natural disaster: calm and efficient. As she tidies up her estate, she remembers going through similar housekeeping...Read more »