What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: "upstate," tapping that, the 1920 waterfront, floral finds, running in the Berkshires, Portland, rhubarb, sipping and strolling, extraordinary brunch, raw bar, ordering wrong, chain restaurants, and photography.

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Amy shared some thoughts on what's wrong with "upstate."

Christine detailed how she and her husband tapped a tree in front of their house in order to make maple syrup.

Carl highlighted some film from the 1920s of Albany's waterfront.

Jackie went in search of floral finds north of Warrensburg.

Julie shared pics from a recent hike up Prospect Mountain.

Jen ran a half marathon in Berkshire County.

Paula spent part of Memorial Day in Albany Rural Cemetery.

J+R recapped some of the food from a (honeymoon) trip to Portland, Maine.

Greg K explained how rhubarb from a customer ended up as dessert.

Lorre sipped and strolled through Saratoga Springs.

Steve had an "extraordinary" brunch at Fish & Game in Hudson.

The Fuj checked out the Friday evening raw bar at City Beer Hall.

Daniel wondered if he had ordered wrong from a Chinese food place.

Jerry and Ashley tried the new menu at Creo.

Steve N. listed some chain restaurants he'd like to see in the Albany area.

And an exhibit of Chuck's photography is opening at the Spectrum.

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Jackie went in search of floral finds north of Warrensburg.

Editors: Fixed. Thanks.

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