Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: two years, one year, driving an ice cream truck, Verizon customer service, the CrapShack, Capital Region Game of Thrones, llamas, sophistication, Hop Chef, the Bier Abbey, Perfect Storm Mac and Cheese, stinky hipsters, auto body shops, Albany Comic Con, and orchids.
Jerry celebrated two years of derryX at the Pig Pit. Here's to many more years!
Stephanie reflected on her first year in the Capital Region.
Matt detailed what it's like to drive an ice cream truck.
It sounds like Nick has had a rather bad experience with Verizon FiOS customer service.
At American Troyalty, Ike applauded the impending demolition of the "CrapShack" in downtown Troy.
Mr. Dave constructed a Capital Region Game of Thrones.
Chuck hung out with 17 llamas in Altamont.
Daniel addressed some of the reaction to the TU's Best Of poll, a discussion that touched on what it means to know what is good.
Steve shared drool-inducing photos of the dishes from the Ommegang Hop Chef competition at 11 North Pearl.
Wendy noted the opening of the Bier Abbey in Schenectady.
Emily had a great time at the Polish Fest.
Silvia had "Perfect Storm Mac and Cheese" at Valente's in Watervliet.
Aliza says the prepared food bar at Four Seasons in Saratoga has "the BEST peanut sauce EVER."
Leah the Nosher attended what sounds like a lovely wedding (with good food) at The Mansion Inn in Saratoga.
Kevin after an unfortunate body odor encounter at a local art reception: "... so help me God, I'll start up a kickstarter to buy you all organic deodorant and deliver it, loudly and publicly, to your front doors."
Kristi asked for auto body shop recommendations.
Ned's son wore an arc reactor (a la Tony Stark) to the Albany Comic Con.
The Idiots shared more 20 word reviews.
FiS Dan was all over the Saratoga B&B real estate market.
photo: Chuck Miller
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