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  1. Author Joan Friedman writes that twins are “The Same but Different.”

  2. GREENBURGH: Mike Duffy is GOP candidate for Assembly

  3. LAND USE: Court rules for Soldatenko construction on Farragut

  4. VILLAGE: Candidates needed for Citizens Nominating Committee

  5. Bats in the house

  6. Eating disorder specialist Debra O’Donnell helps seniors

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Script to Screen Club explores creative process, start to finish

By DEBRA BANERJEE
The Script to Screen Club at its June showcase: front row: Kara Schechtman, Grant Schechtman, Zoya Binyaminov, Lizzie Turovsky, Angela Coco, Spencer Martin; back row: Megha Nayar, Cailey Martin, India Stachyra, Corinne Knaack, Sarah-Judith Bernstein, Karina Bayrakdarian
 

Kara Schectman and Megha Nayar finish what they start. The two Scarsdale High School seniors, both 16, started the Script to Screen Club at the high school last year. The inaugural year saw the completion of three short films and a showcase event in June that raised $200 for a youth arts program.

The film production club teaches members how to write original scripts, act and film their writing, and then edit the footage into a final product, according to its founders and co-presidents.   Read more >

 

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Summer exit

This weekend we bid farewell to summer.

Labor Day falls on the first Monday in September, halfway between Independence Day and Thanksgiving, and honors working men and women and labor unions. But like most Americans, we celebrate by abstaining from labor, at barbecues and picnics, beaches and pools, and shopping at sales and returning from family vacations. We’re awaiting the great September. The village center has seemed deserted lately, with a plethora of parking spaces, and commuter trains and highways have been spacious. But soon, the crowds will be restored.

On Tuesday, the schools will open — the older kids have already decamped to college — and our relaxed summer rhythms will rewind and tauten. Days will be shorter and nights will be cooler. Read more >

Scarsdale Inquirer/Jim MacLean

Bootleg booty

Bootleg Productions Inc. took over the diving pool at the Scarsdale Pool Complex Monday and Tuesday to film an underwater sequence for the HBO series “Boardwalk Empire,” a crime drama set in Atlantic City during the Prohibition. The scene will be shown in the last episode of the series. The village received $10,000 a day for the location and HBO contributed an additional $3,000 that will be used to purchase new basketball hoops for the pool complex.

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