What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: frustration and the unfortunately predictable cycle, Thacher Park, Will Hicok Low, the science fiction writer next door, Alander Mountain, the back corners of the Ecological Park, a very large backyard, the Sloppy David, Karavalli, Sichuan food, kitchen quotes, and pizza.

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Silvia and Chuck expressed frustration with politicians and the unfortunately predictable cycle of events following the latest school shooting.

Rob commented on the parking fees at Thacher State Park and the general upkeep of the park.

Paula pictured the history of Albany native Will Hicok Low, who painted the murals in the State Education Building rotunda.

Carl recalled the science fiction writer next door in Scotia.

Jen hiked Alander Mountain in the Berkshires.

Barbara ventured to back corners of the Ecological Park in Malta.

Jackie explored her friend's very large backyard.

Mr. Dave presented the Sloppy David.

Melinda sang the praises of Karavalli.

Steve noted a what appears to be a recent influx of Sichuan food.

Dominic shared some of his favorite quotes from chefs.

And Daniel is asking for Tour de Slice nominations for Schenectady.

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Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: frustration and the unfortunately predictable cycle, Thacher Park, Will Hicok Low, the science fiction writer next door, Alander Mountain, the back corners of the Ecological Park,...

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