In Loving Memory Of Robert Luppo and Patrick Burke

Modern Day Miracles is a documentary about people in recovery from the disease of alcohol and drug addiction. The heartfelt testimonies bear witness to the beauty of the human spirit given by people from all walks of life. The stories have a dramatic affect which bring a tear to the eye followed by a message of hope that uplifts the soul. Modern Day Miracles also includes a family segment that features family members who have lost loved ones to disease of alcohol and drug addiction. Initially developed to memorialize the lives of family and friends, Modern Day Miracles became a celebration of life.


PRODUCER: Borough To Borough Prod.
DIRECTOR: Stuart Chirichella & Ray Cruz
MUSIC: Derrick "ADMONISH" Machado & Frank White

John Luppo – As a successful Wall Street executive. John traded, advised and secured deals for investors as well as financial institutions. With memories of his brother Robert Luppo's passing due to addiction, he decided to start Modern Day Miracles to teach others of the disease of addiction and the miracle of sobriety. As president of Borough to Borough productions John will over see projects ranging from Documentaries to Motion pictures.

Stuart Chirichella – Chirichella completed two years Master Class in Acting for Professionals with Catherine Gaffigan New York City (2004-2006). He was also named Blue cat screenplay quarter finalist 2008 for “That’s Life”. Stuart is currently written several scripts ranging from series, documentaries and films for Borough To Borough Productions future projects.

Derrick “ADMONISH” Machado – With a background in the music industry as a producer and executive for various artist and labels. This Bronx born fan of music, movies and there marriage, has spent 15 years perfecting his craft. Derrick is currently managing producers and artist in various genres as well as crafting future Borough To Borough productions. 



James M. Greene, M.A.
For Motivational Speaking Engagements contact Borough To Borough Prod.

Jim Greene is currently Manager of the Psychiatric Emergency Services Department at Christ Hospital. He has over 15 Years of experience working in the Healthcare Industry, specifically in the areas of Mental Health and Crisis Intervention. He holds a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministry with a Specialization in Healthcare from Seton Hall University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Kean University.
Throughout his career, Jim has worked in a variety of areas, predominantly in Mental Health and Crisis Intervention Services. He began his career at St. Mary Hospital in Hoboken, NJ where he worked on the CCIS (Children’s Crisis Intervention Service) inpatient psychiatric unit. Later, he became the Director of the Pastoral Care Departments at St. Mary and St. Francis Hospitals. In 2001 he was employed by Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, NJ where he worked as a Crisis Counselor in the Emergency Room. Jim began working at Christ Hospital in the fall of 2007.
As a public speaker, Jim has provided various programs at Middle Schools, High Schools, Colleges and Universities, Church Groups, as well as, Hospitals and Community Health fairs.

Jim has offered his programs at The Kessler Institute - East Orange, Mountainside Hospital, The Passaic County Alternative High School, The Paterson Alternative  High School, Montclair State University, Caldwell College and most recently, The Rugby School.

Below are some of the programs that Jim is available to offer to your organization:

  • Crisis Intervention Strategies: How to Handle a Mental Health Crisis: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions
  • Mental Health Disorders: The Many Faces of Mental Illness
  • Conflict Resolution: How to Deal with Difficult People
  • Anti-Bullying Programs: Breaking Down Bullying. Bullying in American Schools
  • Character Education and Ethics Programs: Character is Ethics in Action
  • Stress Management: Strategies and Techniques for Managing Stress and Avoiding Burnout
  • Note: Some Programs can be customized to meet the needs of your organization.

    Topics include:

    • Crisis Intervention Strategies
    • The Many Faces of Mental Illness
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Mental Health and Wellness
    • Suicide Awareness and Prevention
    • Stress Management/Avoiding Burnout
    • Breaking Down Bullying
    • Bullying in American Schools
    • Character is Ethics in Action
    • HOPE = Hold on Possibilities Exist


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