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Al Roker's candid nature about his gastric bypass surgery reached a new level Sunday night, when a "Dateline" interview revealed that the "Today" show correspondent and former Yorktown resident couldn't contain himself during a visit to the White House.
"I probably went off and ate something I wasn't supposed to," he told NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman. "And,...Read more »
Looking for family-friendly outdoor entertainment? You’ll find live music, food and fun for the whole family at the 4th annual Yorktown Festival and Street Fair. This year’s event will feature continuous live musical performances from four stages, ranging from doo-wop to bluegrass to jazz to rock, plus a performer portraying Elvis.
There are kiddie rides, inflatables and dance demonstrations...Read more »
The Hudson Valley is rich with Native American history, so it makes sense that Westchester County would serve as the location for the 10th annual Native American Pow Wow.
The event, organized by the Redhawk Native American Arts Council to benefit local Native American artists and teachers, took place Saturday and Sunday at the Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park in Yorktown Heights.
“It’s...Read more »
It's a good month for music in the Hudson Valley, with two local musicians releasing No. 1 albums in the past two weeks.
Matchbox Twenty’s new album, “North,” released Sept. 4, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard chart last week. Fronted by Bedford resident Rob Thomas, the pop-rock band's new album has sold 123,000 units so far and spawned the Top 40 hit, "She’s So Mean."
Thomas...Read more »