May 2010

My Exit: Brett Groff

A quick recap of the week

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Where's the fire?

State parks (re)open

Still working

Sebastien's first photo exhibit

Judges orders preliminary injunction against state worker furloughs

Stuff to do this weekend

Parks deal may really be in place this time, former DA threatens man who plotted to kidnap her, employees credited with foiling alleged bank robbery attempt, lucky guy

The CDTA iPhone app

Raised

Sean Fallon, Charlotte Barrett & Virgin Alexander

Shaped by fire

Craig and his wonderful list

Where to find "fancy pants" tarts?

Deal reportedly in place to open parks, GloFo says fab worth much less on open market, former RPI employee arrested for alleged embezzlement, "an old-fashioned scorcher"

This is May, right?

Nice ride

The voice of Edison via shaking light sound

Where to go for good theater?

What's up in the Neighborhood

Cooling off in the Capital Region

Shake Shack coming to The Track

Cuomo picks Rochester mayor as running mate, GloFo fighting tax assessment, residents worried about UAlbany dorm expansion, remembering Jay Gallagher

Hot, hot, hot

The benefit -- and cost -- of living here

Chipping in

Know of a good doctor?

Troy Food Co-op now aiming to open in the fall

Scooter Pie at Midnight's rock n' roll burlesque

Legislature approves loan to save Saratoga season -- parks money blocked, Schenectady rosary student suspended again, bank robbery in Saratoga

Photos from the Phantogram show

Rappelling down the Crowne Plaza -- for a good cause

Surge of home sales near the deadline

Donkey Kong, anyone?

It's hot. It's chocolate. It's bacon.

Speed reading the coverage of Andrew Cuomo's campaign announcement

My Exit: Alyssa Mallozzi

Paterson admin says parks could be opened, nervous over fate of Saratoga season, Savage to challenge Farley, school bans hugging, growling over dogs in downtown Saratoga

Andrew Cuomo announces for governor

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One happy alpaca

CDPHP Workforce Team Challenge 2010

Udder to doorstep

Lost parties or viewing events?

Twilight Vintage in Troy

Phantogram album sale

Stuff to do this weekend

Suspended student says he'll keep wearing rosary, Jennings for Lt Gov?, Troy considering more parking meters, Saratoga girl to dance with NYC Ballet

New York continues to add jobs

The often-imitated Jess Fink

Price difference

Virgin Alexander

Craig and his wonderful list

Awesomely Adult Prom

Stabbed Troy teen was to testify at trial, overtime for state workers stopped, student says he was suspended for wearing rosary, hoarding case in Troy, Sandra Lee's a hugger

No! Yes!

Parking restrictions and road closures for Workforce Team Challenge

From Clifton Park to Google to everyone

Capital Sushi blog

Courtyard

What's up in the Neighborhood

The Matthew Carefully song for AOA

School budget vote results, Paterson says state will come up with money for Saratoga season, mistrial in Troy shooting case, breeder gets two years for starving horses

heARTS Aligned

"It is what it is."

Phantogram this Saturday

How much sushi is too much?

This New York budget

Suggestions for a good seamstress?

Paterson calls talk of layoffs "speculation," police union leaders sue over "mental anguish," body pulled from Hudson, big fire in Schenectady,

Yes, usher in the golden age of semi-homemade dinner parties

Hi, my name is...

No Impact Man at the Albany Roundtable

Misconceptions about Albany?

Yet another sushi place

The teas at One of A Kind Teahouse

Tavern raising

My Exit: Justin Lake Behan

State worker layoffs reportedly "on the radar," Thacher and other parks now closed, man gets almost six years for trying to buy a child for use as slave, car on airplane hit-and-run

A quick recap of the week

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From Saratoga to the world

Things we've learned from Missed Connections

Parking ticket hot spot

Sit down!

Stuff to do this weekend

Paterson criticizes judge for blocking furloughs, school board member defends Facebook photos, kidnappers called "as low as it gets," 50 years of Caffe Lena

CDCG plant sale this Saturday

Pick it up

Pine Hollow Arboretum

Ban the tan?

Craig and his wonderful list

Where to find horchata

Reaction to furlough block, Jack McEneny leads Trojan Horse of a tour, dog torturer gets two years, Kayaderosseras has rock snot

State worker furloughs blocked

The making of an original

Lobbying with Rachael Ray

Feathered friend

Yes, Van's is still open

What's up in the Neighborhood

Schedules for Alive at Five / Rockin' on the River

Unions sue over furloughs, outrage over Paterson staff raises, cathedral to reopen after massive restoration

Meters parked in Troy

Lists = productivity

At the pump

Homeowner cleared in David Park shooting

The Piano City

Fried

Glee

The end of phone books?

Legislature passes budget extender with furloughs, police say abduction was made up, Troy's most wanted

"I Love SUNY"

The new UAlbany School of Business building

State worker furlough protest

Good daycare or preschool?

Tulip Queen 2010

Tulip Fest 2010 photos

Lark Tavern benefit

My Exit: Dawne Larkin

State worker furlough vote today, Bruno continues defense in media, father allegedly let nine-year-old drive

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It's a Twinkie. That's been deep-fried.

Where's his cape?

Nerf war!

Speed reading the coverage of the Joe Bruno sentencing

Stuff to do this weekend

Owner of Lark Tavern says she'll rebuild, Paterson tells NYSTI board to resign, family says strangers saved father from burning wreck, raccoon knocks out power

Joe Bruno sentenced to two years

Imagining a new Troy riverfront

Ward Stone responds

Craig and his wonderful list

The story behind the Fantastick proposal

Bruno sentencing scheduled for today, Paterson says lag pay could stop furloughs, fares flying lower after Southwest

Fire at Lark Tavern

Sea of tulips

The Dude abides

Projected Capital Region school district per-pupil spending

A big hill to climb

Suggest an idea for a song by Matthew Carefully for AOA and win

What's up in the Neighborhood

Fantastick proposal

Reaction to Paterson furlough proposal, powerful storm blows through, Ponzi scheme alleged, heated discussion about Saratoga bar closing time

Parents

Saratoga Winery

Paterson: furloughs will be in next budget extender

Bumper-to-bumper elephant traffic

David Park case update

Deep Children

More talk about state worker furloughs, panel says NYSTI board should be swept, challenger calls for Breslin disclosure, kiwis can be hard to peel

Albany Ultimate 2010

Hoarded cats becoming ready for adoption

Lunch break

Let's take this real slowwww

The Cuomos

Can cars and bikes coexist in the Capital Region?

Allegations against Ward Stone

My Exit: Ruth Horton

Guilty verdict in Saratoga kidnapping, GloFo fab assessed at $160 million, man accused of killing puppy with shovel, Charles Grodin doesn't want Joe Bruno to go to prison

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