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'Epic, Drool-Worthy' Armonk Bakery Makes Top 100 Best Cookies List
A Westchester County bakery has one of the best chocolate chip cookies in the United States, according to Yelp.
Forget leaving cookies out for Santa – get yourself one of these cookies instead.
Beascakes Bakery, located at 575 Main Street in Armonk, makes one of the best versions of the classic dessert, according to the business review website Yelp, which compiled a list of America’s Top 100 chocolate cookies in July 2023.
With over 16,000 followers on Instagram, it may not surprise loyal fans that the bakery, which specializes in customizable confections, came in at number 20 for its i…
'Naked In New York:' SNL Sketch With Emma Stone Stars Ho-Ho-Kus Cast Member
Chloe Troast is naked in New York with Emma Stone.
Well, she was for a "Saturday Night Live" sketch, at least (scroll for video).
Troast, a 26-year-old Ho-Ho-Kus native, joined the comedy show cast this year, for its 49th season.
She's starred several sketches this season including "Little Orphan Cassidy" with host Timothee Chalamet, and "Rome Song" with host Jason Momoa.
So now, she's "Fully Naked In New York" with Emma Stone, Andrew Dismukes, Chloe Fineman, and more.
The Saturday, Dec. 2 episode marked award-winning actress Stone's fifth time hosting SNL.
Troast was sel…
Stafford Family's Dazzling Christmas Display Pays Homage To Shuttered Season Staple (Photos)
No Christmas season from the 1980s through the 2000s was ever complete for the Silvrants family without a trip to Ho Ho Ho Land in Fredericksburg.
The Cranes Corner Road homeowner, an auto mechanic, hung thousands of Christmas lights, played music, and made dozens of his own moving, wooden cutouts (see video here).
And each year, people would turn out in droves to see the display.
"It was phenomenal, it was amazing," said Jackie Silvrants, of Stafford. "Those of us who grew up here love and remember it with great fondness."
In 2006, the Silvrants started a Christmas display of their …
Colbert Sidelined Again, This Time By Burst Appendix, Recovering At His Montclair Home
Stephen Colbert has been sidelined again, this time from a burst appendix. Unlike before, it doesn't look like he'll be hosting from his Montclair home.
"I’m sure you’re thinking, “Turkey overdose, Steve? Gravy boat capsize?” Colbert posted on Instagram on Monday afternoon, Nov. 27. "Actually, I’m recovering from surgery for a ruptured appendix."
"The Late Show" host had a busy week planned, too, with a lineup that included Jennifer Garner, Baz Luhrmann, Patrick Stewart and Kelsey Grammer, as well as the return of former bandleader Jon Batiste and a canned edition of Barbra Streisand takin…