What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: differentiating cookies, Tagalongs, bagels, Off Shore, Asian-Mexican fast-casual fusion, red sauce, brunch booze, organizing workers, a typical Syracuse experience, running, horse riding, seeing things differently, a statue, stocking up, letting go, and the fridge list.

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Mr. Dave drew a line differentiating Halfmoon and Black and White cookies.

Jon shared this year's Girl Scout cookie report -- and an interesting theory about Tagalongs.

Melinda sampled bagels from Rensselaer and northern Columbia counties.

J+R stopped into the Off Shore Pier Restaurant and Fish Market in East Greenbush.

Julie tried an Asian-Mexican fusion fast-casual place in Kingston.

Lorre's study of red sauce joints took her to Lo Porto's.

Steve weighed in on the bill that would restaurants to serve alcohol at brunch before noon on Sundays.

Carl highlighted a 1922 effort to organize restaurant workers in Schenectady.

Jen, Jona, and Chris ran the Syracuse Half Marathon -- in typical Syracuse weather.

Rob wants to run until he dies.

The Bee Balm gal took horse riding lessons in Gansevoort.

Chuck saw things differently at St. Agnes Cemetery.

Paula explored the history of a statue in the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Silvia stocked up at Nordstrom Rack.

Randal on processing the close calls in traffic while riding a bike -- and letting it go.

And Amy shared the list that's on her fridge.


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