What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Hoffman's Playland, red light cameras, birthing lessons, having nice things, Roosevelts in Albany, the Long House Revival, wine prices, Troy on Tap, sandwiches, fried oysters, Shwe Mandalay, Thacher Park, Moreau Lake, and head cases.

Chuck caputured some scenes from the final day at Hoffman's Playland.

Silvia on playing "green light, red light, one-two-three" at Albany traffic lights.

Nicole shared some things she learned leading up to the birth of her new baby.

Daniel on "how we can have nice things."

Prompted by the new Ken Burns documentary, Carl shared some Roosevelts-in-Albany photos he dug up a while back.

Lorre collected a bunch of bits from the Long House Revival in Rensselaerville.

Steve did some shopping around on wine prices.

The Fuj shared a bunch of pics from Troy on Tap.

Jerry checked out the new Jimmy John's in Latham.

Ashley tried the new Mingle in Saratoga Springs.

Albany Jane couldn't wait to return to Shwe Mandalay.

J+R visited the expanded Ciders and Sliders night at Nine Pin.

Burnt My Fingers checked out the Paula Marcoux event at Healthy Living Market.

Jen ran a trail race at Thacher Park.

Jackie took full advantage of Moreau Lake State Park.

Wayfarer Christine made her way up soggy Mt. Marshall.

And Amy on head cases.

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