What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: goodness, focus, Pine Hills, German newspapers, the remarkable hands of Mary Nash, Vermont, Stark's Knob, Nova Scotia, My Dacha, eating and drinking in Saratoga, apple trees, and covered bridges.

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Anna on trying to find goodness in a world that just seems sad.

Katie reflected on figuring out a focus with everything going on.

The Friends of Albany History posted an old chronicle of the history of Pine Hills.

Paula pointed a story about a haunted lake in the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Christopher walked through the history of German newspapers in Albany.

Carl recalled the remarkable hands of Mary Nash.

Jen went to Vermont for a weekend of mountain biking.

Jackie took a moment to check out Stark's Knob.

Julie's been posting a bunch of bits from a trip to Nova Scotia.

Melinda was part of a group that sampled the offerings at My Dacha on Lark Street.

Otis shared his list of five things to eat in Saratoga Springs.

Daniel noted some brunch and booze around Saratoga.

Rob's been finding uses for the many apples his trees have been producing.

And Chuck photographed the Rexleigh Bridge.

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