What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the creative process, the Church of the Holy Innocents, an architecture stroll, paying attention to pay, spring, Fork in the Road, CIA, 15 Church, burgers, bacon, the ill-fated Ville du Havre, and suckas.

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Greg K. shared some interesting background on the process of creating a dessert.

Paula recounted some of the history of the Church of the Holy Innocents in Albany, which partially collapsed this week. And Chuck noted a lack of an outcry to save the building.

Sandy took a short architecture and urban planning stroll around Albany.

Silvia paid some attention to pay.

Crystal soaked up the finally-arrived spring.

Lorre checked out the Fork in the Road food truck event.

Julie had lunch at CIA.

Jerry had a "nearly perfect" pasta dish at 15 Church.

Daniel asked people about their favorite local burgers.

Ashley was the judge for a bacon-themed competition at the National Racing Museum and Hall of Fame.

Carl shared the story of Rufus Wheeler Peckham, the ill-fated Ville du Havre, and early example of crowdfunding.

And Amy on being a sucka.

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