What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the Tour de Italian Deli Subs 2.0, Utica greens, Campagna, the Blueberry Fairy, growlers, outdoor cinema, the Albany Morning Express, the vet, traffic sensors, the Perseids, the Catskill 100k Relay, the Seward Range, mushrooms, old airplanes, and the warm summer night.

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Daniel shared results from the Tour de Italian Deli Subs 2.0.

An "all wrong" version of Utica greens prompted Mr. Dave to explain the elements of the classic Utica dish.

Ashley stopped at Campagna in Malta for a carb fest.

Taken by the Blueberry Fairy in Colonie, Zena made blueberry jam.

Otis was a bit grumpy about growlers.

The Friends of Albany History recalled the early 20th century era of Albany outdoor cinema.

Carl has been chronicling the history of the Albany Morning Express.

Silvia cited a recent example of why she's been loyal to her veterinary practice.

Randal continued to press for the city of Albany to adjust a traffic sensor to recognize bikes.

Chuck captured the Perseid meteor shower.

Chris ran the Catskill 100k Relay.

Jen hiked the Seward Range in the Adirondacks.

Jackie spotted mushrooms at Orra Phelps Nature Preserve in Wilton.

Julie checked out the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.

And Amy took in the warm summer night.

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