Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: a flying giant clog, surviving the Battenkill, college rankings, wills, cider donuts, offending curry, a breakfast panino, lunch redemption, Joe's Crab Shack, Moby Rick's, apples, food swap, LarkFest, Bannerman's Castle, threads, and a moment in Menands.
Rob was almost taken out by a flying giant clog.
Jessica and her companions tubed the Battenkill and somehow lived to tell of it.
At Skidmore Unofficial, Rowley argues that people should pay a lot less attention to college rankings.
One of Kristi's readers asked about finding an attorney to help draw up a will.
Daniel has posted details about the Tour de (Cider) Donut, Saratoga Edition. It's this weekend.
After a curry dish from a restaurant in Latham "offended," the Masticating Monkey gave it a shot to see if it could be better at home. (Also, the Monkey is new to the area and wonders: "is it outlandish to take into account a neighborhood's dining options when considering moving there?")
Aliza had a smoked salmon panino at Scallion's in Saratoga that was "a great breakfast."
Jerry tried to find lunch redemption for downtown Albany in the $25 burger at dp.
Despite not being greeted with a passage from Melville, the Idiots recommend the new Moby Rick's.
Apple time: Ashallann scored Macoun and JonaGold at Indian Ladder.
Katie on the cider donuts at Golden Harvest: "the best I've ever had, that's for sure."
Emily detailed what she brought back from the latest Troy food swap.
Silvia reflected on why so many people were hoping for a different LarkFest this year.
Carl says Bannerman's Castle is "one of the most-recognized and least-understood landmarks of the entire Hudson River."
Akum continues to follow the threads connected to the people who have lived in her Albany house -- the latest thread is about two women who were influential in the local addiction treatment.
And Chuck captured a nice moment in Menands.
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