What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: suicide, life, a supply of stupid drivers, Electric Park, the cosmopolitan high school, Valcour Island, pooping while running, the Tour de Wing: Pine Hills, the many cuisines of Utica, Nighthawks, Scotia, and a favorite spot.

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Amy pushed back on some of the claims people make about the "selfishness" of suicide.

Silvia reflected on the music that floats into her library, commencement, and what we're all teaching kids about life.

Katie: "We have a huge supply of stupid drivers in our neighborhood. So much so that I felt compelled to take photographs for the purposes of ranting about them."

The Friends of Albany History recalled when you could take a train from the base of State Street to an amusement park on Kinderhook Lake.

Carl outlined the story of Albany's "cosmopolitan" high school.

Jackie explored Valcour Island in Lake Champlain.

Rob: "I know a bit about pooping while running."

Daniel detailed the results of the Tour de Wing: Pine Hills.

Otis laid a plan for enjoying the many different cuisines of Utica.

Steve got a look inside the new Nighthawks in downtown Troy, the restaurant from Josh Coletto and Howard Glassman.

Kristi 20-thing'ed the person from all those Taft commercials.

Stephanie snapped a few pics in Sco-Town.

And Chuck returned to a favorite photo spot.

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