What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: walking around downtown Albany, the Pemberton Corner, decorum on the streetcar, a scam, Asshole Sports Parents, a microcosm of society, meditation, tools, NYC, tiny pits of pink, foraging, Malcolm's, Yono's, po'boys, and a weird scar update.

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Daniel urged people to think about downtown Albany -- however it's defined -- as a walkable place.

The Friends of Albany History detailed the story of the Pemberton Corner -- North Pearl and Columbia -- in downtown Albany.

Carl recalled a matter of decorum and Albany's streetcars.

Kristi shared the story about her accountant had been hacked and her family's tax returns scammed.

Katie collected some thoughts on Asshole Sports Parents.

Roger and a microcosm of society on the bus heard all about some drama with Rodney.

Rob took a meditation class at the Shambhala Meditation Center in Albany.

Chuck considered the Tech Valley Center Gravity maker space.

Silvia ran a half marathon in New York City's Central Park (where it's spring, apparently).

Jackie found tiny bits of pink peeking out from the leaves in the Skidmore woods.

Otis talked with local chef Rob Handel about foraging.

Melinda had dinner at the new Malcolm's in Schenectady.

Erin felt fancy at a birthday dinner at Yono's.

One of Steve's readers asked about where to find po'boys locally.

And a weird scar update from Amy.

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