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Kevin Bacon’s upcoming TV show, “The Following,” is once again filming in Westchester, this time in Mount Pleasant. According to the town's village clerk, filming took place on Tuesday at Rockefeller Park and on Route 117, with the eastbound lane of 117 closed until approximately 2 p.m.
The Fox drama, scheduled to premiere in January, is about a former FBI profiler (Bacon) tracking down a...Read more »
Chevy Chase reportedly used the N-word in a rant while taping “Community” last week, causing shock waves that jolted the already troubled show.
According to Deadline, the Bedford-based actor was upset about the racist depiction of his character, Pierce Hawthorne. Unfortunately, the actor chose to make his point by saying that he wondered if his character would next say the “N-word” to Shirley...Read more »
Ethel Kennedy, the widow of Robert F. Kennedy Sr., is the subject of a new documentary premiering tonight on HBO. The film, which features in-depth interviews with the 84-year-old about her life, was produced by her youngest daughter, Rory Kennedy.
The film, entitled "Ethel," is “a daughter’s loving tribute to her mother,” wrote Newsday TV critic Verne Gay.
As a political wife,...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 »
Carly Rose Sonenclar, the 13-year-old "X Factor" contestant from Mamaroneck, impressed more than just Britney Spears as she performed Karmin's "Brokenhearted" in Thursday night's judge's house episode.
"She's possessed," said the Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am after she sang a slowed-down rendition of the hit song.
"She's definitely possessed," said...Read more »
Adult Swim reportedly renewed the hysterically twisted "Eagleheart" this week, and one of its executive producers, Pelham High School grad Jason Woliner, celebrated Thursday in a chat with Newsday Westchester.
Woliner, who launched his showbiz career as a child actor on PBS' "Shining Time Station," has become one of Hollywood's most respected comedy directors. "Human...Read more »
Collin McLoughlin was among the contestants who competed during the first episode of battle rounds on “The Voice.” Despite losing his battle, he was still chosen to move on in the competition, after he was "stolen" by another celebrity coach.
Tonight the battle rounds continue on the hit NBC reality series, and we'll find out which crop of aspiring singers will join the Bedford singer...Read more »
Rosie O’Donnell taped an appearance on “The Dr. Oz Show” last week, giving her first interview about her near-fatal heart attack in August. The episode, which will feature the Nyack resident discussing the circumstances that led her to realize she was suffering the symptoms of the attack, was supposed to air Oct. 8, but has been pushed to Oct. 25 to coincide with the first day of fall sweeps.
In...Read more »
This edition of Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week celebrates beginnings and endings for celebrities with regional connections. If you missed any of Newsday Westchester's previous Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week installments, click here.
At No. 5, former North Salem resident and former "American Idol" contestant Kimberley Locke celebrates the debut of her new single, "Finally...Read more »