What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: becoming a 46er, summer in October, a message for men, the rigged election, being a restaurant owner, 43 weeks of pregnancy, a hand up, the surrender of Gentleman Johnny, a tumultuous time in Troy, mineral springs, happy birthday, the Tour de Donut, Warehouse Grill and BBQ, Chops and Hops, Sunhee's, diet bread, the pizza oven project, and one moon in another..

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Jen became a 46er!

Jackie enjoyed summer in October on the upper Hudson River.

Prompted by some of Donald Trump's recent statements, Amy had a message for men.

Rob thought about the "rigged" election.

Silvia reflected on a year of being a restaurant owner.

Christine on being 43 weeks pregnant.

Kristi got a few hands to help her up.

The Friends of Albany History recalled the surrender of Gentleman Johnny.

Carl highlighted what sounds like was a tumultuous time in Troy.

Otis toured the mineral springs in Spa State Park.

Happy birthday to Table Hopping!

Daniel shared results from the latest Tour de Donut.

Zena stopped in at the Warehouse Grill and BBQ.

Jerry tried out Chops and Hops at the Galleria 7.

Julie visited Sunhee's Kitchen.

Mr. Dave found another grocery list.

Jon gave an update on his pizza oven project.

And Chuck captured The Half Moon in the full moon.

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