New York Knicks legend John Starks is set to make Hudson Valley return.

John Starks gained fame playing for the New York Knicks in the 1990s as a professional basketball shooting guard and he's the Knicks all-time leader in three-point field goals (982). He was also the first player in NBA history to make 200 three-pointers in one season. He won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year award in 1997.

John Starks 2021 Hudson Valley Visit

Last December, Hudson Valley Post reported that John Starks would be appearing at the Galleria at Crystal Run in Middletown for a meet and greet in front of Pro Image Sports. It was also reported that Starks visited to the Hudson Valley's newest seafood restaurant J's Seafood Kitchen at the mall.

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John Starks returning to Hudson Valley in Dec. 2022

Just in time for Christmas, John Starks will be making his Hudson Valley return when he visits the Jefferson Valley Mall in Yorktown Heights, NY (Westchester County) for a BG Entertainment signing at their new store. The event takes place on Monday, Dec. 19 starting at 7pm for an autograph session and photo op. You can bring your own items to be signed or  you can purchase 8x10 photos, basketballs, jerseys and sneakers  and have them signed. Get more info here.

Many memories as a kid growing up visiting the Jefferson Valley Mall. Check out hilarious 80's images of the popular mall in Westchester.

Hilarious 80’s Images from the Jefferson Valley Mall in Westchester

Wherever, there is money to be made, clever marketing will follow and the Jefferson Valley Mall had it in the 80’s. The mall had become the setting of a Westchester, NY cable access TV show called “What’s in Store.” The products, fashion and mall culture were on display. Frank McNanty and Debbie Weiner were the hosts, and thanks to Youtube, these videos are still available today. These are Some of the Most Hilarious Images from The Jefferson Valley Mall in the 80’s. 

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