What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: bad medicine, twits, budgets, grocery stores, sweet potatoes and Charlie Rose.


His Crankiness at i-Saratoga says the proposed move theater for downtown Saratoga is just sugar trying to mask some bad medicine.

Steve called the author of this travel column about Albany a "twit."

Albany Jane took at look at her food budget.

Leigh's wondering why the Chopper on Delaware in Albany seems to always be missing stuff.

Kristi's looking for some ideas about how to spend $300.

Kim checked out Vintage Chic Furniture, a new store in Troy. Be sure to check out the pictures she took.

Rob posted the recipe for Albany Eye's Sweet Potato Crunch, which apparently can turn you into a culinary god.

And Susan had lunch with her awesome long lost relative. And Charlie Rose.


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