What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: summer trips, High Peaks, to do, old locks, business names, disappointment in Sharon Springs, Fresh Healthy Cafe, Hong Kong Bakery and Bistro, adventurous cocktails, food festival pics, art for the deli, Philip Livingston Junior High School, dapper Albany, the mosh pit, and things the internet said to be afraid of.

Summer trips to Cape Cod: Sebastien with a nice travelog, Silvia on the beach watching for shooting stars, the Exiles camping and touring.

Adirondacks: Jen hiked her first High Peaks and Wayfarer Christine climbed five peaks.

The Idiots shared some a before-summer's-over to-do list.

Jackie strolled along the old locks in Hudson Falls.

Jeff argued that the name of a business matters.

J+R had a disappointing experience at the American Hotel in Sharon Springs.

Jerry checked out the Fresh Healthy Cafe at Crossgates.

Albany Jane went back to the Hong Kong Bakery and Bistro for dinner.

Steve asked people where they go for "adventurous" cocktails.

The Fuj shared some snaps from the Empire State Plaza food festival.

Chuck created a polar panorama of the Black Bridge -- and some art for his local deli.

Randal poked around the former Philip Livingston Junior High School in Albany.

Christine ran a half marathon in Lake George.

Carl recalled the dapper Albany.

Rob survived the mosh pit.

And from Nicole: 40 Things the Internet Has Told Me to Be Afraid Of.

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