What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the size of life, close friendship, kids moving beyond their parents, William Kennedy, the destruction of Tweddle Hall, the public market, monumental heaps of jumbled ice, fat biking, the rare gift of a do-over, Pebbles Asian Fusion, Namu, highs and lows, and nature photos...

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Amy on loss, change, and the size of life.

After hearing about the loss of a friend, Suzanne reflected on one of their close friendships when they were teens growing up in a small upstate town.

Katie on how her daughters "will move well beyond me," and why that makes her excited and hopeful.

Silvia thought about what William Kennedy has meant to Albany.

Carl recalled the destruction of Tweddle Hall in downtown Albany.

The Albany Muskrat highlighted the history of public markets in Albany.

Jackie checked out the "monumental heaps of jumbled ice" along the upper Hudson River.

Jen went fat biking in Vermont.

Dominic shared some thoughts on his return as chef of the Wine Bar and the very rare gift of a do-over.

Steve got tried the new Pebbles Asian Fusion in Latham.

Melinda checked out Namu Korean BBQ in Colonie.

Daniel reviewed some of his recent local food highs and lows.

And Chuck shared his entries to Thacher Park Nature Art Show.

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