Neighbors meet every other week to catch-up over food and fellowship.
But these days the chatter circles around their Hollywood debut and the summer that this simple street transformed into a bustling movie set.
Gean Brown's house is right across the street from where all the action happened.
"I was amazed how many times they had to shoot it over and over again just to wipe the shine out of a car," he said with a smile.
There are a million details to recall and relive. But it's the new kids on the block that have some unique insight into last summer's events.
Just a few days before crews began shooting, Brian Johnson and Ashley Miller bought the house that would become a feature of the feature film.
"Our realtor told us when we were in the looking process that this was a movie that was possibly being scouted but it was in a few months," Brian recalled.
"So we closed on the house on Friday and they shot on Tuesday," Ashley explained. "It was pretty crazy; we saw the house empty one day and the next day we had a full house of furniture that wasn't ours."
Of course now, 99 percent of that stuff is gone.
But Ashley and Brian still have a few mementos from "42."
"After they left, we found a rug and a big stack of their set listings and all the casts and characters they needed for each set with a map and how to get there," Ashley explained.
That stuff will come in handy because these guys say their friends just can't believe that all of this really happened.
And that the place Ashley and Brian call home is now a cool piece of real estate on the big screen.
"So when the trailer comes out, the first thing I did was watch it on YouTube and point it right where the house showed up and say, 'Ha, that's where my front porch is!'," Ashley admitted.
They no doubt will have bragging rights.
And speaking of front porches the conversations about "42" will probably stay a focus for weeks to come on High Street.
Baseball movies seem to have a long life," Gean figured. "I suspect this will be a movie that will be around a long time, we're going to watch it every other Wednesday on High Street mandatory."
As if Brian and Ashley's story isn't crazy enough, Ashley is a pilot with the J-Stars and had to deploy right after the crew got done shooting.
But the producers did leave a check behind and the couple says they plan to renovate their kitchen with the windfall.
Special thanks to Gean and Delina Brown for letting Suzanne Lawler camp out on their front porch for three days.