What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Thanksgiving, media criticism, a fire tower, Cooperstown, moss, the Saratoga restaurant market, lobster mac 'n cheese, brunch at The Low Beat, sausage, donuts, The Shop, Fort Orange General Store, apartment gawking, and yes, ma'am.

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Chuck shared why he serves as a driver each year for the Equinox Thanksgiving meals.

Rob has some media criticism for the Times Union and WAMC.

Jen hiked to, and climbed, the Goodnow Mountain fire tower.

Julie daytripped in Cooperstown.

Jackie spent the 70-degree day getting up close with mosses.

Dominic reflected on the state of the Saratoga Springs restaurant market.

Zena tried out Rocco's in Clifton Park -- and tasted what sounds like some excellent lobster mac 'n cheese.

More praise for brunch at The Low Beat, this time from Steve.

Daniel went to Rolf's -- for educational purposes.

Mr. Dave tried the donuts from Cider Belly.

Kimberly had get-together with friends at The Shop.

Ashley checked out brunch at Max London's.

Randal shopped at the Fort Orange General Store.

Apartment gawking: Christine shared photos of the Center Square apartment she and her husband just moved out of.

And Amy on being addressed as ma'am.

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