Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the official line, merging, bums, corn, Pakistani Chinese food, the Sake Cafe, local pasta sauce, a major score, Yaddo, breast feeding, embarrassment, Michael Jordan, the local dialect, and words that should never be uttered on a first date.
His Crankiness at i-Saratoga says don't believe the official line about the success of this year's track season.
Warren wonders if there's a way people in the local art community merge its energies better.
Ashallan and friends got bummed out in Saratoga.
Jess L saved a bunch of summer in her freezer.
Robert had some "delicious" fish and chips at the Blue Ribbon in Schenectady.
It sounds like Melissa had a great dinner at the new Sake Cafe on New Scotland.
Mr. Dave tried out some local jarred sauce and pasta.
Kimelodic took what looks like a very pleasant walk at Yaddo.
FiS Dan says Beverly's has the best breakfast in Saratoga.
Matt went to a fun wedding and wondered why people make such a big deal out of breastfeeding in the public.
Kristi feels like she wasn't dressed appropriately for a surprise occasion.
Beth took a tour of the new Doane Stewart School in Rensselaer.
One of the Exiles is picking up the local language.
Chuck caught Michael Jordan.
One of Bobby's co-workers know just when to... arrive.
And as Bee Balm Gal rightfully notes: "The word "amortization" never belongs in a first date dinner conversation."
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