Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Nigerian princes, miracles, clotheslines, hats, reservations and fried plantains.
His Crankiness at i-Saratoga compares a new business based in Saratoga to "the offers of untold riches promised in email from some deposed Nigerian prince or dignitary."
Rob says the plane-landing-in-the-Hudson was not a miracle.
Kate has decided to stop selling kids items at the Paper Sparrow because of a new federal rule.
Leah and her husband put up an indoor clothesline in their house.
A ginormous comment thread erupted at Kristi G's site over Aretha Franklin's inauguration hat.
Downtown Susie Brown went inauguration (or, well, any formal occasion) shopping in Saratoga.
Steve regrets a reservation he didn't make.
And Susan says the memory of fried plantains will bring her back to Casa Dominicana.
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