Another day brings another look into the Albany area and our very own 'stars'. From 'America's Next Top Model' and Scotia's Laura Lafrate bringing home a second place finish to Cambridge's own Laura James, a year later, bringing home the coveted title: 'America's Next Top Model College Edition'. Yes, we definitely have our own little click of stars around here and for now, that isn't going to change.

Introducing 'The Fabulous Beekman Boys'- Josh Kilmer-Purcell and partner Brent Ridge own a goat farm in Sharon Springs where they sell products from said farm, entitled 'Beekman 1802' and apparently are advancing to the grand finale of 'The Amazing Race' this Sunday on Channel 6 (CBS), battling three other teams with the grand prize winner taking home a $1 million prize.

Learn what the Beekman Boys would do if they won the grand prize

 

Being on TV is nothing new for the Beekman Boys- They kick off their third season of 'The Fabulous Beekman Boys' next year on the Cooking Channel.