May 2014

A quick recap of the week

Entertaining, canning, swapping with the author of the The Hip Girl's Guide

My Exit: Dave & Kelly

Report: People move for jobs, housing, weather -- but not so much because of taxes

UAlbany's Thompson brothers win college lacrosse's top trophy

Stuff to do this weekend

Opening arguments in Thomas retrial, new building for state DOT and Thruway Authority, spelling bee rep exits on velvety word

Today's moment of spring

Docked in the past

A giant check for the AOA Startup Grant winner

"Telling totally imaginary stories set in the really real old days"

ShopRite ESP?

Gawking at the Quackenbush Building, the next home of the Tech Valley Center of Gravity

Schalmont state tests compromised, Senate proposes 25 anti-heroin bills, possible new witness in Thomas re-trial, Bethlehem votes against Capital Region Casinos

Rensselaer out

The Albany bear falls to the ground

What's up in the Neighborhood

Rare Form Brewing Company

Albany bear still up a tree, Jury selection underway in second Thomas trial, Bruno "coming out party" at anti NY SAFE rally

Reign of the Yogurt Empire State continues

Yep, that's a bear, in Albany

NY Capital District Renaissance Festival

Breakfast taco at Five Points Grocery

"We pretty much have a Wild West when it comes to the collection and use of this information"

A landscape designer for a backyard makeover?

Man accused of his killing his mother, aquarium feasibility study being floated, future of tiny nuclear reactor uncertain, words as colors

The week ahead

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Peter and Alan's Troy brownstone on the park

Stuff to do this weekend

NWS looking at whether tornado ripped through area, Cuomo calls to "double down" on upstate investment, author criticizes casinos

"It's more than a restaurant closing,
it's part of our neighborhood closing."

The Capital Region's biggest employers are...

"Casinos and Girl Scouts go together like Thin Mints and milk"

Peebles Island State Park

The lieutenant governor: so close to being governor, yet so far away

Former Buffalo Congresswoman to be Cuomo's running mate, passionate supporters and opponents at East Greenbush casino meeting, Obama in Cooperstown

A view of the Capital Region jobs picture

The School

What's up in the Neighborhood

How the Albany metro area ranks for pedestrian deaths -- and ways it could be safer

A good stylist for Asian hair?

School budgets pass but turnout low, Q poll shows Cuomo with substantial lead, choice for Lt. Governor remains a mystery, operator announced for proposed Schenectady casino

Today's moment of spring

Springfield's gamble

Eat Good Food

Proctors 2014-2015 season

Casino developments turning up around the region, Bruno seeking legal fee reimbursement, backyard chickens issue pops up

Today's moment of spring

Stephin Merritt at Helsinki Hudson

In the tank

Visions of a Capital Region after us

Whole Foods Colonie Center opening date

Troy Rockin' on the River 2014

My Exit: Christopher Lane

Bruno retrial verdict reaction, fatal stabbing in Victory, Obama to visit Cooperstown, horse killed by arrow, Schenectady fire survivor recovering and adapting

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Botanical gardens in the region?

New York popular baby names 2013

Joe Bruno retrial verdict

Hope Defined

Stuff to do this weekend

Joe Bruno retrial now with jury, Albany officials push for red light cameras, review of Saratoga racino expansion, seeking the supermarket good samaritan

Quick updates on Park South redevelopment and Albany convention center

Friday Night Flicks outdoor movies

Architecture gawking: NanoCollege ZEN

Washington Park Tulip Bulb Sale 2014

Neutral Milk Hotel at Brewery Ommegang

The Virtual Veggie Mobile

Closing arguments expected in Bruno trial, Albany Planning Commissioner to depart for Columbia Development, kids injured in bounce house incident in stable condition

Today's moment of spring

A picture is worth a thousand shares

On eating crow, in Troy and in history

Workforce Team Challenge parking restrictions and road closures 2014

What's up in the Neighborhood

How people get to work in the Capital Region

NYRA officials testify in Bruno trial, Malta man injured in August police chase has died, two children injured when bounce house blows away, Astorino picks sheriff and NY SAFE opponent as running mate, no law against being annoying in New York

Cooking classes at Market Bistro

"It is simple, classical, Modernist architecture."

Music Haven 2014 lineup

Shrimp Banh Mi Wrap at Reel Seafood Co.

"The witnesses said it was a sudden burst of wind and it just lifted off the ground."

As Tom Durkin arrives at the top of the stretch, five of his greatest calls

State names minimum investments for casinos, railroad fined after oil tank car derailment in Albany, guilty plea withdrawn in murder case, kids these days

In the lineup at AP, Craig Forth

"What if the pretzel was dipped in yogurt?"

"You can pick some beautiful food in the wild. Foraging is for the lazy. And I'm lazy."

A miniature version of Troy and its past

Grocery games, for the win

My Exit: Era Bushati

First week of Bruno retrial, bill would allow red light cameras in Albany, sour creaming alleged, Durkin retiring after this horse racing season

The week ahead

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Fort Orange General Store

About retail in downtown Albany, and other local downtowns

Stuff to do this weekend

Abbruzzese on the stand in Bruno retrial, another pedestrian hit on Thruway, Bonacio buys Daisy Baker's building in Troy

Recycled: Those stinky trees

Ciders and Sliders

One Monument Square activity

A year of Shmaltz in Clifton Park

What if Upstate New York and Downstate New York were separate states?

Abbruzzese to take stand in Bruno retrial, Duffy says he won't run for re-election, Albany Med nurse charged with patient identity theft

Tulip power rankings

Architecture gawking: a not-boring parking garage

What's up in the Neighborhood

Alive at Five 2014 lineup

Former Bruno secretary testifies in retrial, King Fuels demolition halted after allegations of criminal activity, Senate debate over yogurt as official state snack

Local creative economy survey

Down to the thread

A future of more extremes

Grocery games

Iron and Wine at MASS MoCA

Drawing: The God Game + Merry Monk

Joe Bruno retrial starts, charter school fighting order to close, yet another Troy investigation, a long bike ride

Tulip Fest Then & Now Photo Contest

The minimum wage and "the housing wage"

A few spring plant sales coming up

My Exit: Matt Gwizdala

Bruno retrial starts today, pedestrian killed on I-87, two bars on Pearl Street pegged as trouble spots, tons of pasta

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On Bannerman's Island

Even geniuses need a nap now and then

"Everybody loves beer. Beer is joy. "

Henry Loves Betty

Stuff to do this weekend

Fatal shooting in Albany, Troy police stepping up presence downtown, focus on future of Saratoga racino, alleged restaurant burglar arrested

If you could move from New York, would you?

CDTA sets annual ridership record

Push for car sharing in Albany revs again

Lewis Black at the Palace

Caffe Vero on Lark Street is becoming Stacks Espresso Bar

Tulip Queen 2014 finalists

Catering for a big outdoor party?

Upcoming bicycle events

Troy officials to respond to weekend shooting, mandatory meeting for casino hopefuls yields questions, AHL hockey team may be headed for Glens Falls

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