Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ It snowed! A lot! Why it was a "blizzard" and not just a big snowstorm.
+ A clickable map of blizzard snow totals from around the Northeast.
+ Some thoughts on the struggle to clear all that snow from Albany's streets -- people had a lot of different experiences and opinions.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: the great leveler of humanity, a bridge in the blizzard, the "out of your freakin' mind" look, the Blizzard of 1888, ancestors, different media, a fire tower, Sleeping Beauty, a cold half marathon, a new store, some old favorites, a disappointing meal, the Colonie Diner, hiring, and Transparent Pie.
+ We talked with the buyers of the EBA building on Lark Street about their plans for the theater space.
+ And a newly proposed downtown Albany residential project prompts some questions about architecture and historic preservation.
Here's the whole week in one place.
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