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Approval to convert two prominent downtown buildings, a warm response to increased density, and more exciting tales of the Albany Planning Board

Exciting Tales of the Albany Planning Board is a program recorded before a live studio audience once a month in which the fates of multi-million dollar projects around the city are (partially) decided. This month: Approval for residential conversion of two notable downtown buildings, a historic parking garage, that big... (read the rest)

Farewell, Hello Pretty City

After 16 years, two radio stations, and one move across the continent, Laura Glazer announced this week that she's ending the local radio show Hello Pretty City. The last episode will air Sunday, November 4 on WEXT at 8 pm. Glazer started the music show on WRPI in 2002, about... (read the rest)

Stuff to do this weekend

It's still summer. Don't let anyone tell you any different. The weekend is filled with festivals, tugboats, food, wine, and warm weather. And if you're so hungry for autumn that you sneak in a cider donut somewhere in there, we won't judge you. Here's our list of stuff we thought... (read the rest)

Fatal stabbing in Albany, Guardian Angels headed to Schenectady, Milton loses Boyhaven, Stiller's Dannemora series at Cannes

Another Albany homicide A fatal stabbing near Lark Street late Wednesday is Albany's fourth homicide of the month. The incident, which reportedly began as a domestic dispute, was the city's 9th homicide of 2018. [TU][Spectrum] NXIVM Bronfman Court records show Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman allegedly kept a list of cult... (read the rest)

Reducing barriers for opioid addiction treatment, scrutinizing school suspension disparities, Faso and food stamps, last shot for the Patroons?

Opioids A look at the changing approach -- and barriers that still remain -- to offering immediate access to withdrawal medication for people suffering from opioid addiction, which could significantly reduce the number of overdoses. [TU] Galway Police Department Brendan Lyons reports that the state Attorney General's office has been... (read the rest)

Albany Med nurses vote to unionize, Cynthia Nixon gets key endorsement, Siena basketball coach out, $2 a bowling pin

Albany Med nurse unionization Albany Med nurses voted to unionize with the New York State Nurses Association 1,161-582. Nurses there say they're seeking a voice in staffing decisions as well as fair wages and benefits. [TU] [News10] NXIVM Federal prosecutors allege in a lettered filed in federal court that NXIVM... (read the rest)

Troopers and tow truck operator injured in I-90 crash, new Republican in the pool for governor, Flag Day Parade ends

Troopers and tow truck operator injured in I-90 crash + State Police say three people -- two of them state troopers -- were seriously injured in a crash on I-90 in North Greenbush early Sunday morning. NYSP say two troopers had responded to a call for single-vehicle crash in the... (read the rest)

518 Songfest 2018

This year's 518 Songfest is May 18 -- 518 Day -- at The Egg. Tickets are on sale now -- they're $9.77-$20. And the headliner this year is Moriah Formica -- who, as you know, had a strong showing on the most recent season of The Voice. The lineup also... (read the rest)

Stuff to do this weekend

Four-day weeks sometimes feel longer than they should. But however long it took to get here, it's the weekend. Time for some fun. We've put together a list of stuff going on this weekend that we thought you'd want to know about. Planning something you don't see? Tell us about... (read the rest)

The week ahead

Here are a few things to keep in mind, look forward to, or keep busy with this week, from the weather (WTF), from Presidents Day, to words, to beer, to talks, to film, to all sorts of music...... (read the rest)

Big downtown residential project approved (again), street ownership intrigue, and other exciting tales of the Albany Planning Board

Exciting Tales of the Albany Planning Board is a program recorded before a live studio audience once a month in which the fates of multi-million dollar projects around the city are (partially) decided. This month: Approval -- again -- for a big new residential project downtown. One of the last... (read the rest)

Interesting stories to cover in 2017

With 2017 about to end, we're talking with a bunch of people about the past year. Next up: We asked a handful of local reporters about which stories were most interesting to cover this year...... (read the rest)

What's up with the Albany Skyway, and a few bits about plans to makeover a key piece of downtown

The Albany Skyway project -- which aims to turn a lightly-used off-ramp into a linear park connecting downtown Albany with the riverfront -- is set to take a step forward next year. And the skyway is potentially one piece of a larger puzzle that officials are looking to rearrange with... (read the rest)

Police involved shooting leads to standoff in Troy, Cuomo to push new hate crime provisions, date set for Silver re-trial, parts of Yaddo for rent

Police involved Troy shooting leads to standoff Troy police shot a suspect in the North Central neighborhood Tuesday evening while attempting to stop him for alleged parole violations. The man, 22-year-old Dahmeek McDonald, was shot twice in the torso. One witness to the arrest of the shooting victim said police... (read the rest)

Responses to Charlottesville, company appeared in Start-Up NY ad but apparently didn't end up here, Commisso questions Siena poll

Charlottesville + The Capital Region's House of Representatives members universally denounced the actions of the white supremacist groups in Charlottesville. [TU] + After the CEOs of Merck and Under Armour announced their exit from the Trump administration's manufacturing council following the President's tepid response to Charlottesville, GE says chair Jeff... (read the rest)

Halal options at Zaitoon Kitchen

How bold is this claim: The best new dining hotspot in the Capital Region is that area around the Latham Circle. I mean it. When was the last time you dined there? I bet you opened social media in the last week and found a photo of someone eating in... (read the rest)

Special session underway, Schenectady man charged in multi-state prostitution ring, rare Colonial ledger found on eBay, it's Uber Day

Special session After hours of what was described as dysfunction, the Assembly passed legislation that would, among other things, ensure mayoral control of NYC schools for two years, and extend sales taxes that are vital to the financial health of more than 50 counties. The Assembly also passed legislation that... (read the rest)

Reaction to Senate Republican health plan, multiple households displaced in Albany fire, from Pakistan to Schenectady to a diploma

Senate Republican health care plan New York reaction to the Senate version of the Republican health care legislation: + Chuck Schumer said the Senate plan is "meaner" than House version, playing on Donald Trump's earlier comments about the House version being "mean." [TU] + From a Kirsten Gillibrand statement: "The... (read the rest)

New York to pursue climate coalition with other states, sale of old Troy hospital site for affordable housing fails, EPA says enough Hudson dredging for now, getting to age 106

Climate change Following Donald Trump's announcement Thursday that the US would exit the Paris Climate Accord, the Cuomo administration said Andrew Cuomo and the governors of California and Washington are forming the United States Climate Alliance in an effort to bring together states committed to upholding the agreement. It's one... (read the rest)

Defendants testify in UAlbany bus incident trial, emotional testimony in Lake George boat crash trial, giving birth along the Thruway

UAlbany bus incident trial Ariel Agudio and Asha Burwell took the stand in the trial Monday and continued to stick with their version of events during the incident. And the connotation of the word "ratchet" continued to be at issue, with Agudio asserting it had a racist tone as used:... (read the rest)

State budget past deadline, middle school space crunch in Albany, local history in mural form

State budget past deadline The deadline for an on-time state budget was the end of Friday -- but as of Monday morning, there was no budget: + Andrew Cuomo is proposing a resolution that would extend the current budget through May and keep the government running -- though state legislators... (read the rest)

Tom Kha at Celadon Thai

Exit 6 off the Northway is a surprising culinary destination in the Capital Region. Not hip by any means, nor safely walkable, there are unexpected bright spots of good food that makes one reconsider the notion that the suburbs are inherently void of worthwhile restaurants. Heading west off the exit,... (read the rest)

Interesting stories to cover in 2016

With 2016 about to end, we're talking with a bunch of people about the past year. Next up: We asked a handful of local reporters about which stories were most interesting to cover this year...... (read the rest)

A quick recap of the week

Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA: + Albany's police chief is leaving -- here's what people are looking for in the next chief. + Troy has put a request for proposals for the 1 Monument Square site (again). + An update about The Gallery on... (read the rest)

What's up in the Neighborhood

Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the weight of words, being a bad mom, beautiful ice, no bad weather, hiking gifts, Christmas trees, a fable involving Albany, the Plane Boys, races run, opening and closings, hush puppies and an exhortation, a heavy... (read the rest)

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