Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: feeling deeply, melon tweaking, women-owned businesses, budgeting, Queen Beatrix's return, animal dentistry, the church that was in a factory, the floral floodgates, Good Friday at the cathedral, a cat cafe, local spirits, and the Spirit of Life.
Christine noted how her perception of the world -- and the things she feels -- have changed since becoming a parent.
Jon's melon has been tweaked by a few things lately.
Greg K listed the many women-owned businesses in Troy.
98 Acres recalled Queen Beatrix's return to Albany, and her role in the creation of story of the Empire State Plaza.
Carl highlighted an ad for a late 19th century Albany veterinarian -- whose reference was a brewery.
Christopher detailed the history of the Albany Catholic parish whose first church location was a factory.
Anna spent Good Friday at the Cathedral of All Saints, and Stacks, and Albany Center Gallery.
Jackie hailed the opening of the floral floodgates.
Melinda visited a cat cafe in Red Hook.
Daniel recapped the results of a competition in which local bartenders created drinks from locally-produced spirits.
And Chuck made the Spirit of Life come alive.
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