What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: a tribute to Jerry Jennings, voting, people who should have not said anything, BUILT, the undead, High Peaks, Albany Ale, different lunches, Halloween crodo, Umana, The Grocery, turkey, squash, a fruitful experience, and a spooky gravestone.

If you haven't already seen Mr. Dave's tribute to Jerry Jennings, you've been missing out.

Silvia and Skidmore Unofficial on taking the time to vote.

Two stories -- one from Stephanie, the other from Kristi -- of people who shouldn't have said something.

Chuck shared recapped the Historic Albany BUILT art event.

Jackie encountered http://www.albanywayfarer.com/2013/11/adk-46-colvin-blake-colvin.html">the "undead" in a Clifton Park preserve. (More pics from the Bee Balm Gal.)

Jen hiked two High Peaks -- with Christine -- and lived the tell the tale.

Greg Back tried the new -- that is, old -- Albany Ale.

R on growing up as the kid whose mom didn't make PB&J. (And some favorites from Ala Shanghai's dim sum.)

The Fuj tried the Halloween crodo from the Crisp Cannoli.

Steve got a peek at the new Umana Restaurant and Wine Bar in Albany.

Kimberly stopped into the Grocery in Troy.

Jon contemplated the cost of a turkey.

Emily made good use of a beautiful squash.

It sounds like Jerry was a bit disappointed by an experience at Provence.

Albaniana had a fruitful experience.

And Paula shared a spooky gravestone from the Albany Rural Cemetery.

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