What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: new traditions, the Christmas tree index, kitchen salaries, foggy photos, an unusually-low lake, Albany Rural, warm December, a rescue dog, craft brewing, internal dialog, Texas Roadhouse, donuts, the Wine Bar, Chinese food, lobster, and lessons from dad.

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Silvia on a new traditions and how everyone on Lark Street was "so damn nice" to her son.

Rob's Christmas tree experience scored the rare 100 on the index. Also: Rob was happy to be wished a happy Hanukkah.

Greg K shared some thoughts on labor issues in the restaurant industry.

Chuck got some foggy photos at Thacher Park.

Jackie explored the sandy stretches of the unusually-low Moreau Lake.

Paula encountered a massive downed tree in the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Randal took a warm December bike ride up Clinton Ave.

Chris shared her experience fostering a rescue dog.

Rochelle went to an info session about a new craft brewery training program being offered by SCCC.

Stephanie opened up her internal dialog as she finds her way back to Taco Bell.

After a visit to Texas Roadhouse on Central Ave, Steven N. remarked that he's "terribly confused as to why it's so damn popular."

A friend hooked Daniel up with some donuts from the King Bakery Donut Cart in Cambridge.

Zena had A VERY GOOD TIME at the Wine Bar in Saratoga Springs.

With the hope of better Chinese food in Saratoga Springs, Ashley tried Great Tangs.

J+R shared some of the lobster bites from their trip to Maine this past fall.

And things that Amy's father taught her.

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