Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ Soapbox: Mary talked about what was lost after being robbed -- and it wasn't the stuff.
+ We gave away a pair of tickets to a beer dinner at Central Steak by asking: What are two things in the Capital Region that would pair together well? There were some fun answers.
+ Morrissey is playing the Palace this fall.
+ Here's a rundown of Capital Region swimming pools and when they open (many of them already have!).
+ An art exhibit is coming to a local billboard.
+ The zones and streets for the Albany parking permit system were finalized (yep, we have maps).
+ Discussion about the permit system prompted us to wonder: Does the city owe you (or anyone) a parking spot?
+ Daniel ate his words at Bros Tacos -- and a carnitas taco.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: 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.
+ Casey shared some vegan dishes from around the Capital Region that are worth trying -- whether you're a vegan or a carnivore.
+ Photos from the Troy > Albany Tour -- it was a good time!
+ A few of the items found on Craigslist this week: Kayla with the hippo backpack, a life changing moment, pizza shops, and legs.
+ Casey got a look at the new Bier Abbey in Schenectady.
+ And Terry asked about where to go fossil hunting with his son.
If you'd just like the whole week unfiltered, check our listing of the last seven days of AOA.
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