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Mark Ruffalo, Glenn Close and Yoko Ono are among the celebrities scheduled to attend the annual Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball on Tuesday, April 16, at Pier 60 in Manhattan.
Riverkeeper, an Ossining-based nonprofit organization that was founded to protect the Hudson River and advocate for clean drinking water in New York State, hosts the fundraiser to celebrate supporters of the clean water...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 »
Yonkers native William Dickerson took a bit of a scenic route to success, but today, he celebrates the release of his new survival thriller, "Detour."
The movie follows Jackson Alder, who finds a rare situation he can't talk his way out of: being trapped inside his car by a mudslide. Ruling out rescue efforts, Alder tries to stay alive despite the odds.
The main man...Read more »
Hudson Valley, come on down! “The Price is Right” live tour will make a stop at the Westchester County Center on May 29 (198 Central Ave., White Plains; 914-995-4050; wmconcerts.com). If you want to have the game show experience without traveling to Hollywood, tickets for the event go on sale next week.
“The Price is Right” is crisscrossing the country to commemorate the iconic game show’s...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 »
"Boardwalk Empire," HBO's acclaimed drama, is filming today at the Yonkers Metro-North train station. While star (and Stone Ridge resident) Steve Buscemi was not spotted on the scene, the streets surrounding the station were lined with equipment and actors in period costumes were seen inside.
"Boardwalk Empire," is the second TV show this week to shoot in the Westchester...Read more »
The international trailer for "Star Trek Into Darkness," directed by Sarah Lawrence College alumnus J.J. Abrams, offers a bit more dialogue and skin than its predecessors.
Slated for wide release May 17, the sequel to the rebooted sci-fi franchise just released a third trailer, featuring new levels of gravitas, thanks to Benedict Cumberbatch's villainous character John Harrison,...Read more »
In ripped tights, her dyed black hair pulled into a side braid sticking out of her safety helmet, Aileen Walsh, a 34-year-old pediatric physical therapist from Stony Point, tightened her roller skates and prepared for battle.
"There's more to suburbia than white picket fences and housewives," said Walsh, a skater for Westchester County's Suburbia Roller Derby League, which has about...Read more »
A crew from the CBS pilot "Hostages," starring Toni Collette, was filming Wednesday on Hampshire Road in Yonkers.
Best known for her roles in "The Sixth Sense" and "United States of Tara," Collette plays a successful surgeon who must save her husband and children when they're taken hostage, according to Deadline.
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, "Hostages"...Read more »
"Hell's Kitchen" returned for its 11th season last night, and among the 20 contestants vying for the reality TV title are Dan Ryan of Hartsdale and Amanda Giblin of Pine Bush.
Both remain in the running after last night's premiere, which ended with host Gordon Ramsey sending home Brooklyn sous chef Sebastian Royo.
Ryan's Facebook page, which has him hailing from Hartsdale,...Read more »