New York native Alec Baldwin has appeared in hundreds of movies and TV shows during his illustrious career, and this fall, Baldwin will host a film festival's 20th-anniversary celebration in Upstate NY.
Al Roker was in our neck of the woods
Al Roker is a weather forecaster, journalist, television personality, author, and the current weather anchor on NBC's Today, and occasionally co-hosts 3rd Hour Today. Roker, who has been on TV sets in our living rooms for decades, recently paid a visit to "our neck of the woods".
Two different talent agencies will be scouring parts of New York over the next few weeks in hopes of landing some new tv commercial stars.
Think your kids have what it takes to showcase their talent? Well, here's what you need to know about these unique opportunities on the horizon within the next few weeks.
The Royal C. Peabody Estate was built for the founder of Brooklyn Edison (Con Edison) in 1905. It is a two-and-a-half-story lakefront estate that sits overlooking Lake George. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate consists of 31.29 Acres and 470 feet of lakefront property on Lake George. The mansion has been restored with modern amenities and the look of the early 1900s. The mansion boasts intricate woodwork and a stone basement with a brick wine cellar.
Another celebrity spotting in Upstate NY! This time during a quick family retreat to a resort thought to be so beautiful, it's attracted and inspired artists and writers for 100 years.
We don't need TV celebs to gush over Upstate and all of the beautiful places to see experience, and enjoy - we do plenty of that ourselves...
Just a short jaunt into New York City and you can be transported to Miami to visit The Golden Girls Kitchen. You will be immersed in everything you remember about the iconic television series. It is complete with the lanai, the kitchen, Blanche's Boudoir, and cheesecake!
In 2003, a father-son business reality show hit the Discovery Channel. It was called American Chopper and it followed the custom motorcycle building business of the Tuttle family out of Newburgh, NY. Paul Sr. owned the shop with sons Paul Jr and Mikey working in the business. There was a slew of cast and characters. The center of the show wasn't just the amazing custom motorcycles built for celebrities and others, it was the volatile relationship between Sr. and Jr. The show ran for 12 seasons before the two could no longer get along. It ended up in lawsuits and the two not talking for ten plus years. In the past few years, the business moved to Florida. This left the 61,000-square-foot headquarters for sale and abandoned. Take a look at what remains of Orange County Choppers.