What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: soft serve ice cream around Schenectady, August in Saratoga, church cook books, the Annual Albany Waffle Frolic, the "Stanford could have been in Albany" story, the Cranberry Lake 50, a succession of plants, Barrington Stage, catcalling, media habits, school supply shopping, and goats.

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Daniel shared the results of a soft serve ice cream tour of the greater Schenectady area.

Otis and Jon both provided their own recap of the soft serve tour.

It sounds like Dominic is ready for August in Saratoga to end.

Mr. Dave continued his church cook book series.

The Friends of Albany History campaigned for the Annual Albany Waffle Frolic.

Carl turned up evidence that the "Stanford could have been in Albany" story... probably wasn't true.

Jen hiked a section of the Cranberry Lake 50.

Jackie noted the succession of plants that have taken over a section of formerly bare bank along the Kayaderosseras Creek.

Roger saw two productions at the Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield.

Silvia commented on being catcalled.

Rob recognized the enduring appeal of weather info and people's media habits.

Katie went back-to-school supply shopping (for herself).

And Chuck captured some goats in good light.

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