What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: craft brewing, chicken wings, fish fry, 15 Church, MAAC-n-Cheese, vegan food, fried chicken and pinball, Boston, thyme and time, pizza, self-evident truths, entrepreneurship, hiking, waterfalls, highway building, Aunt Schuyler, and creative photography.

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Otis checked in on the state's growing farm brewery industry at the Craft New York Brewers Festival at the Desmond. And Lorre highlighted some of the beers she enjoyed at the festival.

Daniel shared results from the Tour de Wing: Schenectady Edition.

Mr. Dave highlighted some of the some local fish fry he's had recently.

Ashley says she'll be talking about the tuna crudo at 15 Church for months.

Steve posted some pics from the MAAC-n-Cheese Fest.

Randal pointed out the vegan menu at Cafe Madison (even if he didn't end up eating there).

Julie remarked that The Flying Chicken in Troy understands her soul.

Farther afield: R recapped a food from a recent trip to Boston.

Dominic shared some thoughts on thyme -- and time.

Steve N. walked through his at-home pizza technique.

After a recent presidential debate, Amy declared some self-evident truths.

Silvia participated in a panel on entrepreneurship.

Jen hiked the Cat and Thomas Mountain Preserve in Bolton Landing.

Jackie viewed the "gorgeous" waterfall at the Orra Phelps Nature Preserve in Wilton.

Carl recalled a time when everyone (sort of) was expected to pitch in with highway building in Albany.

Paula highlighted the life (and grave) of "Aunt" Schuyler.

And look at Chuck getting some attention for his creative photography!

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