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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Jerry Seinfeld Films 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' In Hudson Valley

    Jerry Seinfeld Films 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' In Hudson Valley

    Jerry Seinfeld was spotted in Westchester on Thursday, filming an episode of "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee," with "Daily Show" correspondent Hasan Minhaj in Hastings-on-Hudson.The comedians enjoyed coffee at Center Restaurant and drove a Ferrari Testarossa. The Netflix show involves the Seinfeld star interviewing a comedian at a local coffeehouse. Seinfeld, who ...

  2. Hudson Valley's Megyn Kelly Compares Garrison's Roger Ailes To Kim Jong-Un

    Hudson Valley's Megyn Kelly Compares Garrison's Roger Ailes To Kim Jong-Un

    Megyn Kelly, a Hudson Valley resident, said Roger Ailes, a Garrison resident, sexually harassed her when she worked at Fox News.In an interview with Deadline, Kelly, who lives in Rye, discussed sexual harassment and sexual assault, which has become a focus of her new show, "Megyn Kelly Today." Ailes was ousted from FOX News after allegations of sexual harassment at the ...

  3. 'Fake News' Bill Murray Story Creates Stir In Suffern

    'Fake News' Bill Murray Story Creates Stir In Suffern

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The outbreak of "fake news" has impacted Suffern.This story that was shared on Facebook by the Suffern Chamber of Commerce claimed actor Bill Murray recently enjoying his time in the village, including scarfing down a tasty burger.One problem: the article came from WKY12 News, which on its "About" page reveal it's a satirical website."Most ...

  4. Rockland Resident Steps Into The Ring With Ardsley Boxing Club

    Rockland Resident Steps Into The Ring With Ardsley Boxing Club

    Jeanine Palumbo knows firsthand the value of a good boxing workout.Palumbo, a Bardonia resident, opened a TITLE Boxing Club in Ardsley at 901 Saw Mill River Road last February and was recently honored by the company with its Rookie of the Year award. Palumbo decided to open up her own gym after trying a boxing workout."I loved everything about it," Palumbo said. "There's ...

  5. Constitutional Convention Fails In New York, Pension Forfeiture Passes

    Constitutional Convention Fails In New York, Pension Forfeiture Passes

    The New York State Constitution will remain the same...at least for the next 20 years.New Yorkers overwhelmingly opposed calling a Constitutional Convention, 78 percent to 16 percent. The ballot measure was opposed by labor groups, politicians and numerous organizations on both the left and the right. A constitutional convention will again be on the ballot in 2037.In Westchester, the ...

  6. Ed Day Wins Second Term As Rockland County Executive

    Ed Day Wins Second Term As Rockland County Executive

    This story has been updated.ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Republican incumbent Ed Day easily won re-election to a second term as Rockland County Executive.With 95 percent of the vote in, Day leads Democrat Maureen Porette and Conservative Thomas Sullivan, 55 percent to 43 percent to 2 percent, according to unofficial returns from the Rockland County Board of Elections.Day had touted his role ...

  7. Day Leads Porette in Rockland County Executive Race

    Day Leads Porette in Rockland County Executive Race

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Republican incumbent Ed Day is holding a narrow lead as he looks to earn a second term as Rockland County Executive.Day leads Maureen Porette, a Democrat and conservative Thomas Sullivan, 51 percent to 47 percent to 2 percent, with 73 percent reporting, according to unofficial returns from the Rockland County Board of Elections.Day had touted his role in ...

  8. County Executive Race Tops Rockland Elections

    County Executive Race Tops Rockland Elections

    Voters in Rockland County will decide whether to give County Executive Ed Day a second term Tuesday.Day, a Republican, is running against Maureen Porette, a Democrat, and Thomas Sullivan, a Conservative. Day has touted his role in reducing Rockland's budget, while Porette has criticized him for allowing Rockland's deficit to climb when Day served on the county Board of ...

  9. Former State Sen. Gipson Launches Campaign Committee For Governor

    Former State Sen. Gipson Launches Campaign Committee For Governor

    Terry Gipson, who served one term as state senator in Dutchess and Putnam, is one step closer to primarying Gov. Andrew Cuomo.Gipson launched a campaign committee Thursday, which will allow him to raise money to challenge Cuomo in a Democratic primary. Cuomo is running for a third term.I don't see our governor being a strong leader," Gipson said back in August. "Our future is ...

  10. Casting Call: Spike Lee Seeks Hudson Valley Residents, Old Cars For Film

    Casting Call: Spike Lee Seeks Hudson Valley Residents, Old Cars For Film

    Want to be in a Spike Lee joint?The director is looking for extras, bike riders, and automobiles for his latest movie, "The Black Klansman," which has been filming in Ossining.The film is looking for pre-1973 automobiles and will pay $250 a day. Casting agents are looking for people to be extras who look straight out of the 1970s. For men, that means beards, mustaches, and ...

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