What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: cars changing people, turning toward joy, choosing to react badly, compromising, a checkered storyline, $1 oysters, Peck's Arcade, The Shop, pasta at a Thai place, 500 words, Treviso, searching for challah, making applejack, gluten-free food, Cohoes Falls, and the blues..

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Amy on what cars sometimes do to us.

Nicole on turning toward joy.

Jon on people who have chosen to react badly.

Rob on choosing to turn toward each other instead of the a screen.

Carl told the tale of a man from Ballston with a rather checkered storyline.

Ashley put together "The Ultimate $1 Oyster Guide for Saratoga Springs."

Kim and The Fuj tried Peck's Arcade and shared a bunch of photos.

Julie raved about Persian Bite in Schenectady.

Jeff was impressed by The Shop in Troy.

J+R recommended "pasta" at a Thai place.

Dominic shared 500 words of thoughts.

Zena lunched at Treviso.

Daniel chronicled his search for good challah.

Mr. Dave has been making applejack.

One of Steve's readers asked about favorite gluten-free dining spots.

Chuck got bored so he went to the Cohoes Falls. (Obviously.)

And Jackie shared a bunch of blue nature photos in honor of "The Blue Show" at Spring Street Gallery.

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