What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the Van Rensselaer Skating Park, the old burying grounds, killed by cars, walking in God's love, decreasing world suck, a vet bill, a new car, stats, sending food back, Slider Slam, wonton soup, excessive indulgence, and gorgeous ice..

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Carl recalled when Albany had a skating park -- and there was even baseball on skates.

The Friends of Albany History detailed some of the old burying grounds of Albany.

Paula told the story of two people buried in Albany Rural with the note "killed by the cars."

For Martin Luther king Jr Day, Anna contemplated what it means to walk in God's love today.

Katie shared some thoghts on "decreasing world suck."

Jon's melon was tweaked by a veterinarian bill.

Silvia contemplated buying a new (to her) car.

Chuck helped get the stats straight for the Patroons.

Daniel offered thoughts on sending food back at restaurants.

Erin recapped the Slider Slam at this year's Wine and Dine for the Arts.

Ashley said the wonton soup at Great Tangs is "one of my favorite things to eat, ever."

Dominic served up another plate of snippets.

And Jackie went in search of gorgeous ice.

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