What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: cider donuts, people who talk during movies, the Adirondacks, New Hampshire, Round Lake, the Albany History Race, the old Schaefer Brewery, steak on a stone, brunch, becoming a restaurant owner, falafel tacos, curling season, and the blood moon eclipse.

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Daniel posted results from the latest Tour de (Cider) Donut -- "by far the best Tour de Donut yet."

Rob talked about the people who won't stop talking at the movies.

Jen took in some beautiful views in the Adirondacks.

Julie chronicled her many finds in New Hampshire.

Chris ran the Rangar Relay in the Adirondacks.

Jackie explored the Round Lake Preserve.

Christopher took part in the Albany History Race.

Carl examined some aerial photos of the section of Albany around what was then the Schaefer Brewery in 1951.

Steve got a look at the new Aji Steak Stone & Sushi that's opening in downtown Albany.

Zena previewed the new brunch service at Reel Seafood.

Silvia shared more about the process of becoming a restaurant owner.

Ashley praised the falafel tacos at Comfort Kitchen.

Jon noted that curling season starts soon.

Chuck shared some photos from the blood moon eclipse.

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