What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Mockingbird, a gym for your brain, subversive embroidery, giving thanks, turkey prices, fantastic duck, Lawrences, a miracle, the DMV, a pantsless Halloween, a mystery, and a snowman.

Kevin says the Mockingbird Marathon was a "resounding success." And Chuck posted photos from the event.

Albaniana says TEDxAlbany was like going to a gym for your brain.

Sebastien checked out some subversive embroidery in Schenectady.

Bennett put a blue sky to good use.

Steve asked people what local food they're thankful for.

Albany Jane surveyed local turkey prices.

For Thanksgiving, Daniel B actually suggests... ordering out.

Jerry had "fantastic" duck at Blue Spice in Colonie.

Nicole scored a good-looking soy latte at the new Cafe Vero on Lark Street.

Bob argues that a major architecture firm's move from downtown Albany to Albany Nanotech is "destructive."

Akum shared the backstory of why Albany has two Lawrences.

Jen ran the Stockade-a-thon, with some encouragement from a friend.

Silvia had a day-of-show miracle.

One of Kristi's readers asked about free holiday events.

Matt came across a packed car at the DMV in downtown Albany.

Jess says Halloween 2010 is also know as "The Year I Went Out In Public Without Pants On."

Jackie solved a shaggy brown mystery.

The Exiles managed to build a snowman out of this week's snow.

And bk makes better breakfast than you do.


Haha! Thanks for helping me out in my quest to plaster the internet with pictures of my butt!

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