What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: noise, Egyptian food, pork, tres leches cake, crawfish, the stage, the Indian Ladder Trail, the canal trail, debt, Sunnymede Cottage, spoofing Nelson Rockefeller, and the unknown lover of music.

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Dominic reflected on the difference between "sound" and "noise," and the role of both throughout the day at the restaurant.

Daniel tried an Egyptian dish at a place on Wolf Road.

Chuck stopped by Rolf's and Chester's.

One of Steve's readers asked about a local source for tres leches cake.

Matthew shared some photos from a crawfish boil at Suarez Family Brewery.

Roger saw three plays in three days.

Katie detailed her experience with buying a subscription for Broadway shows at Proctors.

Rob questioned the closing of the Indian Ladder Trail at Thacher State Park.

Jen rode along the Old Champlain Canal Trail.

Silvia ran the Seneca 7 around Seneca Lake.

Jona charted their efforts to chip away at their debt.

The Friends of Albany History highlighted the Sunnymede Cottage and the history of the area around what's now Albany Med, Albany Law, and the VA Hospital.

98 Acres recalled an LCA show from the 70s that spoofed Nelson Rockefeller and Camelot.

And Amy shared an ode to "an unknown music-lover."

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