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ABC will begin burning off the final episodes of the Vanessa Williams vehicle "666 Park Avenue" Saturday night at 9, while Lifetime's new drama "Devious Maids," featuring Susan Lucci, kicks off Sunday night at 10.
One of several new series with Hudson Valley ties to be canceled, "666 Park Avenue" was a supernatural prime-time soap with a cast that included Williams...Read more »
NBC News announced Tuesday that the network plans to air a documentary about Suffern native Valerie Harper's battle with terminal brain cancer.
"This first-person account captures Harper's raw, emotional and hopeful journey as she goes through experimental treatments and lives each day to the fullest with her husband Tony Cacciotti and their daughter Christina," NBC News said in...Read more »
As America counts down the hours until the Friday release of the new Superman movie, "Man of Steel," Newsday Westchester reveals three Hudson Valley ties to the superhero, who happens to be celebrating his 75th birthday.
1. Two celebrities with local ties star in "Man of Steel." Sadly, "Man of Steel's" version of Superman/Clark Kent, Henry Cavill, isn't originally...Read more »
Valerie Harper, who recently revealed that she's been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, will reportedly guest on Betty White's "Hot in Cleveland" for a "Mary Tyler Moore Show" reunion episode.
Deadline reported Thursday that Harper, a 73-year-old Suffern native, would appear on the TVLand show with Mary Tyler Moore, Cloris Leachman, Gloria Angel and White, and that...Read more »
Prog-rockers Coheed and Cambria, who play Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan Saturday, have deep roots in Rockland County.
It was in the '90s that Suffern songwriter Claudio Sanchez teamed up in Nyack with guitarist Travis Stever to form the band. There's been some turnover since then, but the founders remain, and the group has become a giant of the underground alt-rock scene, collecting a...Read more »
This week's edition of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week features three TV stars who have called the Hudson Valley home.
Because the following embedded tweets, links and videos 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 here.
In the No. 3 spot is Suffern native Carole Radziwill,...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 »
Legendary rock vocalist Darlene Love, a Suffern resident, will make a hometown appearance when she performs a sold-out show at the Lafayette Theatre on Valentine’s Day (97 Lafayette Ave., Suffern; 845-369-8234; www.bigscreenclassics.com/lafayette.html). Love also will be the special guest Wednesday on Rockland’s WRCR AM 1300 radio program, “Mostly Movies with Mercedes and Big Jim.”
Mercedes...Read more »
As Hurricane Sandy hit the Hudson Valley last night, area celebrities tweeted storm updates
Rosie O’Donnell noted the damage she was seeing at her Nyack home. (She also tweeted a photo of her damaged dock.)
Comedian Pete Dominick, who lives in Congers, sounded awed as he described what he was experiencing during the storm.
Bedford’s Rob Thomas, currently on tour with...Read more »
When Hudson Valley celebrities have thoughts and feelings and post them to Twitter, they're in the running for the prestigious Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week.
This week, we learn about friends, family and a giant cake shaped like a race car. Tough to lump that last one in with the others, but so be it.
If you missed any of Newsday Westchester's previous Hudson Valley Tweets of the...Read more »