What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the Klondike ramp, local TV, kindness on Central Ave, Lenten charity, starting now, Guptill's, the Saratoga Fat Bike Rally, the winter treescape, the waiting area, family dinner, restaurant transitions, Trader Joe's, and public art.

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Carl recalled the history of the "Klondike" stairs and ramp in Schenectady, and warnings about sliding hillsides from as far back as 90 years.

Rob shared a photo of that time Erastus Corning 2nd peered through a TV camera -- and a dog didn't.

Leah witnessed an act of kindness on Central Ave.

Chuck detailed a Lenten charity project he's participating in this year.

Anna urged us all to start now on doing what we really want to do.

Mr. Dave snapped a bunch of pics at Guptill's.

Jen recapped the Saratoga Fat Bike Rally.

Jackie examined the winter treescape.

Katie competed in her own personal Olympics while waiting for her car to get serviced.

Daniel reflected on the challenge, and importance, of family dinner.

Dominic posted more snippets about life, restaurant and otherwise.

Otis highlighted his favorite items from Trader Joe's.

And traveling farther afield... Crystal shared public art from St. Petersburg, Florida.

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