A quick recap of the last week

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Here are some highlights from the past week on AOA:

+ We got a look at the Jerry Jennings bobblehead.

+ Albany's most famous dog is more than a hundred years old... and still standing.

+ Eat this: frankfurters from the Troy Pork Store.

+ Where cardboard cutouts of Barack Obama go to drink in Troy.

+ Steve Relles has a crappy job and loves it.

+ We compiled a list of Capital Region pools.

+ New on Lark Street: Lebanese restaurant Al-Baraki II.

+ Heather gave us the scoop on the Silver Birch Trading Post.

+ We saw Sgt Dunbar play at the Grand Street Arts.

+ Is a Rachael Ray memoir in the works?

+ The ballet's back in Saratoga -- here's what to wear.


If you'd just like the whole week unfiltered, check our listing of the last seven days of AOA.

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