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'Best Classic Slice Out There': Riverside's Greenwich Pizzeria Draws Diners From Near, Far
The best place to get a fresh New York slice appears to be in Fairfield County, guests have declared.
Greenwich Pizzeria, located at 1072 East Putnam Avenue in Riverside, offers dozens of specialty pies, salads, and create-your-own dishes using “only fresh ingredients,” its website states.
The eatery offers the "best classic slice out there," according to a Yelp review by Mike G. of East Brunswick, NJ.
“I eat pizza five days a week and have been to every top pizza place from NJ, NY, and CT to across Europe and Asia,” wrote Jim M. of Stamford, citing Greenwich as the “best” pizza in…
Casting Call: Youngsters Needed For Netflix Movie Filming In Tristate Area
Netflix is looking for two young boys to star in their next feature film, which is shooting right here in the tristate area, according to a casting notice at Backstage.
The first role is for Mookie, an 11-year-old. Mookie is described as being white, very overweight and on a strict diet who gets bullied, according to the casting notice.
"Privately his sense of humor can make you laugh, but his vulnerability will make you cry," the notice reads.
Mookie is not athletic, but loves sports, and being a fan of baseball is a "plus," according to the notice.
The second role is fo…
CT Homeless Shelter Deputy Director Killed In Crash Remembered As 'Selfless'
A popular, fun-loving, and what many called "selfless" person was one of two people killed in a crash on a Connecticut highway.
Tolland County resident, Bryan Flint Sr., age 64, of Ellington, was deputy director of the Cornerstone Foundation in the Rockville section of Vernon, died in the crash on I-95 on Sunday, May 7, which also injured his two grandchildren.
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The foundation said on its website that their "hearts are broken," over the loss of Flint.
"Bryan had a huge heart that was always…