What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: political potatoes, Albany labor, old paint, rightside up, the Patroons, being a stronger person, a yurt, late-summer finds, dish ownership, working in a restaurant, the Tour de Donut, Lost & Found, mac 'n cheese, a tiny spice company, and congrats.

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98 Acres told the story of Ryan's Farmers Market -- and political potatoes.

In honor of Labor Day, the Friends of Albany History pulled together a collection of old Albany labor photos.

The Schuyler Mansion blog looked at how researchers have tried to determine the original color of the walls there.

Christopher shared a video of how he fixed an overturned monument in a local historical cemetery.

Chuck reflected on the return of the Albany Patroons basketball team.

Amy on being a stronger person.

Katie on when your daughter assures you Niskayuna has plenty of drugs.

Anna spent some peaceful time in a yurt in the Catskills.

Jackie detailed some of her late-summer nature finds.

Dominic took up the issue of who owns a dish, the restaurant or the chef.

Rochelle ran through her first few days working in a local restaurant kitchen.

Daniel set up this year's Tour de Donut, which is a champions version.

Matthew and Steve posted some pics from the new Lost & Found in Albany.

Melinda tried a flight of mac 'n cheese at The Tipsy Moose.

Ashley shared some of her favorite dishes from this summer in Saratoga.

Otis highlighted a tiny spice company from Vermont.

And congrats to Jen!

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