Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ In case you wondered, college continues to be expensive -- especially at three schools in the Capital Region.
+ Naomi asked about finding a good podiatrist.
+ We visited the Radix Center again to see how things are coming along -- lots of growth (of all sorts)!
+ Daniel says you should try the eggs in purgatory at More Perreca's.
+ Heidi asked about where to get furniture re-finished.
+ James considered the grave of Chester A. Arthur.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: the State Education building, charity frustration, a guide to Saratoga Springs, pork disappointment, Van's, Pizza King, Vermont beer, a vineyard, the Cheese Traveler, brunch, daddy magic, watching football, dinner for two, short reviews, old Scotia, Buy Buy Baby, people talking to themselves, and The Tinkle Shop.
+ There's a release date for The Place Beyond the Pines.
+ Daniel talked with the owners of The Confectionery, a soon-to-open wine/coffee bar in Troy. The interior is gorgeous.
+ A few of the items found on Craigslist this week: something not done recently, a freighted tent, barn doors, pygmy goats.
+ Ken asked about where to find modern furniture in the Capital Region.
+ We had fun at the farm-to-table dinner -- with the farmers -- at Creo'.
And the Round 2 of Tournament of Pizza 2012:
If you'd just like the whole week unfiltered, check our listing of the last seven days of AOA.
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