Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ Kristin told us about Carey and Rob, the Saratoga couple behind the wine/fashion site Corks and Caftans.
+ Ryan was looking for some help in getting Paul F. Tompkins to come to town.
+ Jess told us about a woman in Saratoga County who started a raw dog food business.
+ We sorted the numbers on how much Capital Region school districts spend per pupil.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: wedding receptions, strippers, photos, lipstick, lunch buffets, Five Guys, Creo, offal, sewers, wine, and sizes.
+ A few of the items found on Craigslist this week: a "coupon," a guy looking for "some onion rings to dip in that shake," a lonely duck and six packs of Billy Beer.
+ Ecovative -- the Green Island startup -- and one of its products showed up on CSI:NY.
+ The Capital Region's unemployment rate didn't get any better.
+ Here are a few ideas for local items to bring to Thanksgiving.
+ The Albany Institute's mummies exhibit is now 100 years old (though the mummies themselves are a little bit older).
+ And AOA Greg needed a haircut -- and people had a bunch of suggestions. (Look for an update next week.)
If you'd just like the whole week unfiltered, check our listing of the last seven days of AOA.
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