So, I've been watching this new show on Fox, "The Following". It's about a serial killer, who now has a following that kills for him.
Well, in the show, he broke out of the "Federal Detention Center Richmond VA" after killing 5 guards in the pilot episode. I'm watching the begining of the second episode, and they showed a brief aerial shot of the FDC before opening a scene.
For some reason, it looked very familiar to me. So I paused it, and looked at the complex as well as the surrounding area, and unless someone can prove me wrong, I'm 99% sure that it is the Westchester County Jail, the old stomping grounds of HFD219, on the Grasslands Reservation that is being used for the exterior shot. You can see the parking garage, radio tower, DEP Water Plant, etc.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Pizza And Brew's Central Ave location (you know, the one next to Staples) has been reborn. I have many great memories of meals at Pizza and Brew with my family, and am excited to try the new generation of P&B.
Brothers Add Flavor To Greenburgh's Racanelli's Makeover
by Samantha Kramer Greenburgh Daily Voice 1-18-13
GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Customers who step into the newly-renovated Racanelli's New York Italian might forget they're in Greenburgh.
The restaurant at 851 Central Ave., not to be confused with Racanelli's Pizza and Brew on Knollwood Road, will continue to stand at the same location like it has for the past 40 years — but is now sporting a new look. When original founder Martino Racanelli passed away two years ago, his three sons decided to give the restaurant an extensive makeover. The restaurant just re-opened its doors for business in December.