What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the totally believable fight over the LOB, pomp and circumstance, Pratt's Rock, the ratio of jerks to good people, faith and love, going wild, Mountain Ridge Adventure, the stresses of restaurant life, latte art, a beer dinner, Kismet, salad, enough, mocktails, an apples crate, and The Bear of Voorheesville.

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98 Acres detailed the years-long fight over of the construction of the Legislative Office Building -- including disagreements about the size of offices.

The Friends of Albany History recalled the local connection to the pomp and circumstance of graduations all around the country.

Paula detailed the story of the inspiration for the largest carving in Pratt's Rock.

The Bee Balm Gal saw the ratio of jerks to good people shift.

Anna talked with a local deacon about faith and love.

Jackie pointed out a plant that's gone totally wild in Saratoga County.

Katie checked out the new course at Mountain Ridge Adventure.

Her restaurant now sold, Silvia shared some of the psychological stresses of owning the place.

As Dominic charts a path away from cooking on the restaurant line, he detailed the physical toll of the job.

Daniel judged the latte art competition at Stacks.

The Fuj. recapped a beer dinner at The People's Pub in Chatham.

Melinda checked out Kismet in Albany.

Ashley pointed our her favorite salad in Saratoga.

Rochelle has had enough of the Brick House.

One of the Steve's readers asked about good places to order mocktails.

Chuck upset the apple cart.

And that time Rob faced down The Bear of Voorheesville.

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