What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Father's Day, Flag Day, a high school, Cicero Loveridge, train stations, reservations, dog rules, festivals, Chester's, a pig roast, Glens Falls, windows and doors.

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Chuck reflected on how Father's Day can be painful for some people.

Roger acknowledge some complicated feelings about the holiday.

The Friends of Albany History highlighted legend of Flag Day's roots in Albany.

Carl recalled how an Albany high school ended up where it did (and not where it had been planned to go).

Paula noted the relatively short life of Cicero Loveridge.

Paul Bray shared some recollections of an old plan for a train station at Central Warehouse.

One of Crystal's last experiences here was like something out of Seinfeld.

Silvia wondered if she wrong in interpreting a rule about dogs.

Jackie sought out wildflowers in the path cut by a power line.

Katie did some local festival touring.

Daniel bid farewell to Chester's Smokehouse.

Matthew stopped by a pig roast at Artisanal Brew Works.

Steve got a look at a new restaurant in Glens Falls.

And Stephanie captured windows and doors around Albany.

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