Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Father's Day, Cooperstown, supporting what you enjoy, a disappearing island, pesticides, parking, Comfort Kitchen, wild game, har gow, bad beer, The Springs, cookie diplomacy, a survey, a trip up the Hudson, plants, the train, the Knickerbocker News, and a turkey.
Kristi gave her parents an opportunity for rebuttal.
Val toured Brewery Ommegang and the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Kevin says you should support local arts -- because you enjoy them, not just because they're local.
Steve witnessed a dinner for two on a disappearing island in the Hudson.
Jackie was horrified by an application of pesticides.
Silvia shared her Albany parking and driving pet peeves. (The double parking near an open spot is maddening.)
Jerry addressed some of his parking frustrations.
The Idiots love the new Comfort Kitchen in Saratoga.
Ethan enjoyed the wild game dinner at City Beer Hall -- and then a night bike ride home.
Albany Jane scored fresh har gow in Albany.
Daniel had a bad beer experience.
Aliza says The Springs in Saratoga is "more than just your average 'hotel restaurant'."
Leah the Nosher mentioned trying to nudge local supermarkets to carry local eggs.
Laura witnessed cookie diplomacy at Bella Napoli.
Chuck was offended by a survey at the mall.
Carl recounted a trip up the Hudson in 1909 (apparently Mechanicville was "quite a city").
FiS Dan identified his pick for best Saratoga hotel value.
Nicole scored a deal on planters at Ocean State Job Lot and plants from Honest Weight.
Emily took the train from Albany to Toledo.
The Exile noted the enduring nature of the Knickerbocker News (or, at least, it's boxes).
And Randal has a new neighbor. He's a turkey.
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