Presidents Day

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In honor of Presidents Day, here are a bunch of old vintage AOA posts related to the presidency:

New York Presidents Pop Quiz
How well do you know the presidents from New York?

President Obama at HVCC
The newest president's visit to the Capital Region last fall.

Air Fore One landing at ALB
President Obama didn't take Amtrak.

How the Capital Region voted for president
Obama won each of the four counties in the Capital Region -- though it was close in Saratoga.

Happy Birthday, Martin
The story of Martin Van Buren, in 7 minutes.

Chester A. Arthur's grave
It's in the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Teddy Roosevelt: badass
Hard to argue with that distinction.

A pet befitting a badass president
It was an ornery little fella.

AOA's back on its regular schedule Tuesday.

photo: Pach Brothers / Library of Congress

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May I take the liberty of pimping my own salute to the Presidents, little known Presidential trivia? Don't worry, there are no actual facts involved.

http://www.mynonurbanlife.com/2010/02/know-your-presidents.html

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