What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the 46th peak, autumnal scenes, paddling, Rensselaer, red light cameras, Tournament of Pizza, meatballs, sample zombies, Nibble, Grille at 138, healthy eating, crepes, kitchen equipment, life-changing jam, artwork, and raptors.

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Wayfarer Christine climbed her 46th Adirondack High Peak!

Jackie took in some beautiful autumnal scenes while paddling the Hudson River near Moreau.

Silvia got in one last paddled board day -- and swim -- in Saratoga Lake.

Julie explored Riverfront Park in Rensselaer.

Randal got a tour of Shmaltz Brewing -- and sat in on the Albany Common Council committee meeting about red light cameras.

Jon has been providing some of his judge's perspective on the Tournament of Pizza, as has Daniel.

J+R sampled the meatballs at the Downtown Albany Food Fight. Steve posted the winners.

Rob evaded the sample zombies at the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival.

The Fuj shared some photos from a preview of Nibble in Troy.

Lorre checked out the new Grille at 138 on Washington Ave in Albany.

Ashley pointed out four spots for healthy eating in Saratoga Springs.

Kimberly tried the crepes at Tesoros Cafe in Schenectady.

Burnt My Fingers visited an unusual kitchen supply store in Western Mass.

For all those end-of-season tomatoes, Christine says tomato jam is "lifechanging."

Yes, that was Chuck's artwork in the Stockade.

And Amy was rapt by raptors.

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