Thank you to the snow angels who helped clear driveways of seniors and disabled residents today. Our town is fortunate to have some very caring residents in our community - who go out of their way to help others. That's what makes Greenburgh special! We have a group of volunteers helping. Priority is given to the elderly and disabled. E mail me if you are still snowed in and need help. We have a limited number of volunteers and will try to be of firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenburgh and the River Villages have been the location for various movies during the past year.
If you enjoy celebrity watching --you'll like this announcement.
'The Dinner' filming in downtown Dobbs Ferry tomorrow
The village issued a film permit for the movie “The Dinner” for Monday, January 25 and Tuesday January 26. There will be No Parking on the westerly end of Cedar Street by the Zion Church on Monday & Tuesday. They production company have rented the church, the smoke shop and 25 Cedar Street for the shoot. There will be additional No Parking on Tuesday at different locations at different times on Cedar St. into the evening. The shoot moves to Rochambeau for a few hours Tuesday evening. They will also be shooting completely on site at 86 Belden Avenue and St. Cabrini Nursing Home.
Below is a description of the movie plot and actors:
The Dinner takes us to an upscale restaurant where two brothers and their wives are having a difficult conversation. Paul, a teacher on disability leave, has made a hash of his life. Now all he cares about is his wife and son. He really dislikes his older brother, Stan, a glad-handing Congressman heading towards election as Governor. They are there to discuss their sons, both teenage boys. The two pranked a homeless woman in a deserted ATM one night after a party, with deadly consequences. Their secret is safe, for now; no-one knows it was them. But how long can that last? What’s a parent to do? How far do you go to protect your children? Oh, and Paul stopped taking his 'meds' some weeks ago ...
Richard Gere, Steve Coogan, and Laura Linney play the parents struggling with right and wrong, ambition and conscience, anger and love.