Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Eve of Destruction, Little League, walking, a tasting menu, watermelon salad, Korean-Louisiana fusion, the most amazing patio, Ramona's, strawberries, beaver crime, the Round Lake Antiques Festival, newborn photos, dragonflies, tomato crack, anarchist goats, and a tiny message.
Chuck watched a stunt driver "[give] Death the big middle finger" -- multiple times -- during Eve of Destruction at the Lebanon Valley Speedway.
Crystal checked out the Round Lake Antiques Festival.
Akum commemorated the first Little League season in Albany.
Jessica called for a pedestrian staircase on the Congress Street Bridge in Watervliet.
Steve took two winning bidders to Yono's for what looks like was a lovely meal.
Scott says a Korean-Louisianan fusion dish at Mingle was "terrific."
Aliza says Sperry's has "the most amazing patio."
Albany Jane had lunch at Ramona's Cafe on Lark Street.
Christine went a little crazy with strawberries she picked herself.
Carl highlighted the epidemic of beaver crime that once wracked Albany.
Silvia ran a 5k on the Walkway Over the Hudson.
One of Kristi's readers asked about finding a photographer for newborn photos.
Jackie admired some dragonflies on Pyramid Lake.
The clerk at the DMV not so subtly indicated to Albaniana that she should get a new driver's license photo.
Noted: Mr. Dave feeds his tomatoes crack.
Rob contemplated employing anarchist goats.
And Paula noticed a tiny message.
photo: Chuck Miller
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