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Food and Drink

+This weekend at New World Bistro Bar, has several local features at the bar this weekend, including Saratoga Lager and Ommegang Witte beers. And if you missed Chef Ric on "Chopped," the Food Network is re-playing his episode-- entitled "Wok this Way"-- Friday at 8pm and Saturday 3 am and 3pm.

+ Mark your calendar for the Honest Weight Food Co-op's Local Food Festival, September 19th in Washington Park. Vendors from farms and restaurants all over the Capital Region will be there.

+ The Wine Bar and Bistro on Lark is opening early (at 4pm) on Saturday with their special Wine After Work pricing between 4 and 6pm. $5 glasses, $20 bottles and $3 draft beers. Also, try a
home made red or white Sangria.


+ Barbecuing this weekend? Don't go shopping without the exclusive AOA coupon for some Bilinski's chicken sausage at Price Chopper.

Stuff to do

+The Philadelphia Orchestra is in residence at SPACSPAC .

+ Former Yankee Bucky Dent is the guest of honor at this summer's Sunmark Federal Credit Union Golf Classic on August 23rd. This year Sunmark is raising funds for Hannah's Hope Fund, which fightsGiant Axonal Neuropathy in kids.

+Free Fridays and buy one get one Saturdays all summer long at The Albany Institute of History and Art! Also, their Summer Art Programs for families are well underway, like the one where kids created sets, wrote their own script, and constructed marionettes based on the art at the institute.

+ The "EMPAC Fall 2010 calendar of events should be peeking over the horizon soon - keep your eyes peeled, and your sunglasses handy. Don't miss Filament on October 1st-3rd. More information can be found on the EMPAC website.


Stuff to see
+17 Chapel just started construction on their luxury condos, but you can check out their "model" in the on-site Sales Center on site in downtown Albany. Here's a look:

17 Chapel.jpg

Photo: Flickr user Linh_rOm

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