Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: a manifesto for winter, The Bear's, Scary Gary, nostaliga at Grandma's, New York wine, how cows moo en France, Old Montreal, frostweed, anxiety at the dentist, old trolleys, old cemeteries, Titantic survivors, a UFO, and fun with labeling.
Ethan issued a manifesto for winter.
Mr. Dave took in the "sort of strange (but thrilling) ritual" at The Bear's Steak House in Duanesburg.
Jerry got a Scary Gary from Nighthawk's Kitchen at the Troy Farmers' Market.
Emily found a bit of nostalgia at Grandma's in Colonie.
Steve took the issue of why local restaurants don't serve more New York wine.
Speaking of which -- Daniel is bringing rieslings from the Finger Lakes to Thanksgiving dinner.
Jen went to Dogfish Head night at the Ruck.
Sebastien shared snapshots from fall -- and a cow moo-ing in French.
Christine spent a weekend in Old Montreal.
Jackie went in search of frostweed.
One of Kristi's readers asked about finding a dentist who's good with anxious patients.
Akum shared an old photo of a trolley that ran through Albany's Pine Hills neighborhood.
Paula wondered if a house in Center Square was the residence of a Titanic survivor.
Val took a walk through Eagle Hill Cemetery in Albany (the one tucked alongside the State Office Campus).
The Exile spotted a UFO over 787.
And Ashallann had a little fun with the labeling for one of Hannaford's house brand products.
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