What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Ladder No. 1, a different ridge, Chatham, the Walkway over the Hudson, the time machine, entertainment options then, the Tour de Cider Donut, Italian sausage, falafel, comparing donuts, an order-again appetizer, savory and sweet, uncertain status, and a FATMUP issued.

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A dog park conversation shifted Silvia's mind on the Ladder No. 1 situation in Albany.

Jackie walked a different ridge while taking in the fall foliage in Moreau Lake State Park after a conversation with a hunter.

Julie checked out Borden's Pond and Mado in Chatham.

Jen shared photos from Hurricane Mountain.

The Bee Balm Gal traversed the Walkway Over the Hudson as part of the Walk to Defeat ALS.

Chuck turned on the time machine for an Albany High School reunion speech.

Carl surveyed entertainment options in Albany -- in 1891.

Daniel is reviving the Tour de Cider Donut.

Zena hosted a tasting of locally-made Italian sausages -- with notes from tasters.

Ashley tried the falafel from Vital Eats at the Spa City Farmers Market.

Albany Jane had a mixed reaction to the new donut shops in Troy and Albany.

Jerry got a definitely-order-again appetizer at Mr. Wasabi.

J+R went for the savory and sweet at Ravenous (and alas, encountered the squeakless cheese curd).

Steve lamented the uncertain status of Shwe Mandalay.

And Amy issued a FATMUP on eating cupcakes.

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