What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the Lincoln Park Pool, die Gesängvereine, Goodnow Mountain Fire Tower, spectacular views, wildflowers, leaving the restaurant grind, Mio Posto, the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival, fancy food, lunch breaks, obits, light painting, and wrong notes.

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The Friends of Albany History recalled the history of Albany's Lincoln Park Pool, which dates back to the early 1930s.

Christopher shared the story of the Eintracht Gesängvereine in 1860s Albany.

Jona climbed the tall Goodnow Mountain Fire Tower.

Jen took in the "spectacular" views at Indian Head in the Adirondacks.

Jackie spotted many wildflowers -- and a crab spider -- along the overlook at Moreau Lake State Park.

Dominic reflected on leaving the grind of working in a restaurant kitchen.

Silvia bid farewell to being a restaurant owner.

Steve got a look at what the new restaurant in that Lark Street space -- Mio Posto -- has cooking.

Ashley recapped the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival.

Otis came across a connection to Albany at the Fancy Food Show in NYC.

Daniel wondered about the state of the lunch break.

Rob surveyed the obits.

Chuck engaged in some light painting.

And Amy's sharing some bits from a memoir in progress about being an amateur musician -- and hitting the wrong notes.

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