Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ James waited on the arrival of Abe Lincoln's ghost at the Rensselaer train station.
+ Daniel says you should try the beef noodle soup at Taiwan Noodle.
+ Katie asked about a good place to buy a used car.
+ Casey shared the backstory on the Soldiers and Sailors Monument -- you know, the white stone monument in Washington Park near Henry Johnson.
+ We gave away tickets to see John Oliver at the Egg by asking: What's your favorite Britishism? The answers were really fun.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: Williamstown, water, Halloweens past, pumpkins, costumes, Big Slide, home inspectors, maps, knocked down, Stewart's pizza, cupcakes, Mezze, the Triangle, Ghostbusters.
+ A few of the items found on Craigslist this week: the search for Mrs. Robinson, a fairy godmother, the old woodshed, and sleds.
+ VA asked about where people in the post-college crowd go dancing -- or, as she said, "I just wanna shake it!"
+ A company in Troy developed a William Shatner iPhone app.
+ Samantha asked about finding recreational hockey leagues -- or just some pickup games. (We're still looking for a few more answers on this one.)
+ And apparently there's a pet fox on the loose in Troy.
If you'd just like the whole week unfiltered, check our listing of the last seven days of AOA.
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