What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the waitress in the photo, early telephone service, Cascade and Porter, the Mud Pond, back in Schenectady, soft serve, Troy Pig Out, Filipino food, Stella Del Mare, the courtyard, and sweaty money.

Neighborhood in-post ad APL 2015

98 Acres got the story of "the waitress at the White House Restaurant."

Carl looked at the locations of early telephone service in Albany.

Amy on the gifts that live on after a person is gone.

Julie hiked Cascade and Porter mountains in the Adirondacks.

Jackie and some naturalist friends turned their eyes for detail to the plants around the Mud Pond at Moreau Lake State Park.

Katelyn was back in town, enjoying summer nights in Schenectady and Albany.

Daniel shared the results of the Tour de Soft Serve "East of the River" edition.

Otis was a judge at Troy Pig Out.

Rochelle noted that Filipino food has arrived in the Capital Region.

Melinda stopped into Stella Del Mare on Madison Ave in Albany.

Zena shared her appreciation for the Iron Gate courtyard patio.

Dominic pulled together more snippets about the restaurant industry (and other topics).

And Kristi shared a notice about sweaty money.

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Fun fact: there are at least 8 different water bodies named "Mud Pond" in New York.

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