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Chazz Palminteri is bringing his celebrated one-man show "A Bronx Tale" to The Capitol Theatre (149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester, 914-937-4126, www.thecapitoltheatre.com) this June.
The one-night-only performance at The Cap will start at 8 p.m. June 1. Tickets go on sale at noon this Friday, are $45-$75 apiece and are limited to patrons 18 and older.
A Bedford resident and...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.
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In the No. 3 spot is Suffern native Carole Radziwill,...Read more »
It looks like Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy really are never ever getting back together.
But this time the pop princess got more out of the breakup than just a hit single: She turned a hefty profit by flipping a house she bought near her ex's famous family.
The Realtor who sold the seven-bedroom Cape Code style house to Swift in August told E! News that the songstress bought the property...Read more »
The Tribeca Film Festival, founded by Robert De Niro in 2002, showcases new work from some of the brightest talents in dramatic and documentary film. The lineup for this year’s festival, taking place in New York City April 17-28, was announced this week and includes a number of films with ties to the Hudson Valley.
Matt Dillon, who was born in New Rochelle and raised in Mamaroneck, stars in...Read more »
Fronted by Bedford resident Rob Thomas, Matchbox Twenty will rock the house with a sold-out concert Saturday at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie.
Last year was a good one for Matchbox Twenty, which saw its latest album, "North," top the Billboard chart for the first time in the rock band's history, and yield a Top-40 hit in "Mean."
"In a lot of ways,...Read more »
The "Dancing with the Stars" season 16 cast announcement will be made Tuesday on ABC's "Good Morning America," and although Baltimore Ravens' wide receiver Jacoby Jones already has been confirmed as a cast member in the upcoming season, the identities of the other cast members are still a mystery.
Because the Hudson Valley is home to so many talented stars, here are...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.
Who...Read more »
Have you ever wondered, "What would Martha Stewart do?"
Well, now you can ask her yourself, as the lifestyle guru launched a new Sirius XM radio talk show today called “Martha Live.” The Bedford resident’s new program, airing live weekdays on Sirius XM Stars (Channel 107) from noon to 2 p.m., will feature a variety of content, including "Ask Martha," featuring listener...Read more »
Mark Wahlberg's latest movie, "Broken City" hits theaters today, and there are at least three Hudson Valley connections to the flick.
Set in New York City, the thriller noir follows former cop Billy Taggart (Wahlberg), who's hired by the mayor (Russell Crowe) to keep an eye on the mayor's wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones). But the mayor's assignment isn't as it seems, and Taggart later...Read more »