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Are you excited to watch the election results trickle in tomorrow night? If you want to cheer (or cry) with a crowd, a few Hudson Valley bars and restaurants are hosting events where you can watch all the action while in the company of fellow politicos.
If you’re an Obama fan, you can hang with other like-minded people at the Hudson Valley for Obama 2012’s Election Night Bash at 8:30 p.m....Read more »
Carly Rose Sonenclar might not have delivered her best performance on "The X Factor" last week, but her rendition of "Something's Got a Hold On Me" was enough to propel her into the top 12.
This week, fans will get to vote for the first time this season. This seems to be an advantage for Carly, who has a massive fan base both on stage (fans screamed her name while waiting...Read more »
By ravenous demand, the 6th annual Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is back, and for the first time, in the fall (it’s also held in March). From Nov. 5 through 18 there are bargains to be had at dozens of area restaurants, ranging from local bistros to fancy white tablecloth venues. Each participating restaurant will serve fixed-price menus for $20.95 at lunch and $29.95 at dinner (drinks, tax and...Read more »
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Rockland County's top comedy venue — Levity Live in West Nyack — is offering free admission to its shows on Nov. 2 and 3.
There's a small caveat, however, as the two-item minimum remains in effect, but this is still a good deal for a place where tickets to see top-notch comedians can cost up to $30 per person on a given night.
Angelo Lozada, Nore...Read more »
Hudson Valley kids are invited to come for tea and treats at two local tea parties this Saturday and Sunday, as follows:
Royal tea party in Mamaroneck
Little princesses and princes ages 5 and up are invited to put on their most regal attire and ride their pumpkin coaches to Lola’s Tea House at Chocolations, a specialty sweet shop and chocolate factory. The staff will be dolled up in...Read more »
It's time once again to count down the bold and the beautiful tweets by celebrities with Hudson Valley connections.
Earlier in the week, Newsday Westchester examined Hudson Valley celebrities' tweets about Hurricane Sandy, so, in a small effort to provide temporary relief from storm drama, we'll keep these picks mostly Sandy-free.
If you missed any of Newsday Westchester's previous Hudson...Read more »
Carly Rose Sonenclar of Mamaroneck made her case to advance on Wednesday night's live episode of "The X Factor"... and was the 8th contestant voted into the top 12 Thursday.
After two judges -- Demi Lovato of the young-adult team and L.A. Reid of the singers older than 25 team -- each eliminated a contestant (Willie Jones and David Correy, respectively), it was time for Britney Spears...Read more »
The Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, an 80-acre nonprofit working farm and educational center in Pocantico Hills, will be open Friday and throughout the weekend. After days spent cooped up indoors, egg collecting, farm tours and other outdoor activities are sure to keep both kids and adults happy.
Here's a look at the events and activities offered this weekend:
Insider's...Read more »
Fans of stand-up comedian George Lopez and jam-band icon Trey Anastasio will have to wait a little longer to see them at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, as their shows are the latest in the Hudson Valley to be postponed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
On Nov. 2, Lopez was slated to be the first stand-up comedian to headline at the The Cap, which had been exclusively a concert venue...Read more »