The last week's worth of items on AOA
Interview someone you love and care about....or a person want to get to know better. Submit a short story explaining why you would like to be chosen for a StoryCorps® interview slot.
A StoryCorps® interview is a meaningful conversation (approximately 40 minutes) between two people - brother and sister, grandchild and grandparent, two friends - who know each other and want to record their special relationship, their shared history or a significant event in their lives. It's an opportunity to ask the questions that matter and preserve your stories for future generations.
There are additional, important details at that link about how to submit a story. The deadline is midnight October 2 (this Thursday).
That Saturday -- October 11 -- is Family Heritage Day at the State Museum, presented by the Archives Partnership Trust, NYS Archives, State Museum, and State Library. The day includes a bunch of programs and activities about researching and preserving family histories.
Ah, fall. How nice to see you again. I'm looking forward to fully enjoying you with cozy knit sweaters, marled wool socks, nights by the fire, and cheese... lots and lots of cheese.
There's just something about cheese that lends itself to cooler temperatures. Macaroni and cheese. Cheese fondue. Cheese-filled pastries. And did I mention grilled cheese?
The grilled cheese of my youth -- potato bread slathered with mayonnaise on the outside, holding together stringy slices of white American cheese -- is very different from the preferences of my adulthood. Today, artisanal cheese and bread is where it's at for me. And Thankfully there's a place that perfectly merges my autumnal longings with melty, oozing delight.
Cirque du Soleil will be at TU Center Thursday-Sunday for a run of six performances of its show "Dralion." We have a pair of tickets to the opening night and we're giving them away. Maybe to you.
To enter the drawing, please answer this question in the comments:
What's something in the Capital Region that would qualify as a "circus"?
We're interpreting the word circus here very broadly. It could be traffic at a particular traffic circle, the spectacle of state politics, or the rush for honey crisp apples during pick your own. Whatever. We'll draw one winner at random -- that person gets the pair of tickets.
Here's the description of "Dralion":
Fusing the 3000 year-old tradition of Chinese acrobatic arts with the multidisciplinary approach of Cirque du Soleil, Dralion draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and its never-ending quest for harmony between humans and nature. The show's name is derived from its two emblematic creatures: the dragon, symbolizing the East, and the lion, symbolizing the West.
The peformance for the drawing tickets is Thursday, October 2 at 7:30 pm. Tickets for that show are $38 for adults / $31 for children.
Important: All comments must be submitted by 10 am Wednesday, October 1, 2014 to be entered in the drawing. You must answer the question to be part of the drawing. (Normal commenting guidelines apply.) One entry per person, please. You must enter a valid email address (that you check regularly) with your comment. The winner will be notified via email by noon on Wednesday and must respond by 7 pm that same day.
photo: Cirque du Soleil
Pack Rat emails:
I'm currently in the process of un-stuffing my house, and some of that stuff is old china that found its way to me from various family members. I can't imagine ever using it, but I'm not sure what exactly to do with it. I looked online and it appears that at least some of the stuff has some value. But really I'd just be happy for it to go someplace where it's used and appreciated.
Any suggestion on places in the Capital Region where it could be sold or donated?
There is probably so much stuff like this in so many attics and basements.
Got a suggestion for PR? Please share!
Cuomo admin seeking waiver to import marijuana, questions about parking at One Monument Square site, RPI professors developing assistance robot
The Cuomo admin is asking the feds for a waiver that would allow the state to import certain types of marijuana to be used medicinally as treatment for a seizure disorder in children. (Transporing the drug across state lines is considered illegal by the feds.) New York's request to the feds is being backed by Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. [Buffalo News] [TU] [Buffalo News]
State investigators recovered and disbursed $16.4 million from wage theft cases during the first half of 2014, according to the state Department of Labor. [WNYT]
Based on comments from "several people familiar with the matter" and internal documents, the Times Union reports that PEF leaders "shielded a downstate council leader from potential prosecution after she allegedly used a union debit card to make at least $20,000 in questionable purchases." [TU]
UAlbany president Robert Jones says his school and Albany Law are moving toward some sort of affiliation that could include the law school becoming part of UAlbany. [Biz Review]
The anonymous donor who gave $10 million to St. Peter's Health Partners has been revealed as Heinrich Medicus, a 95-year-old retired RPI professor who credits his longevity to wine and chocolate. [TU]
The schedule for the new season of The Palace's Premier Movie Series is out. It includes 18 dates, with films that range from classic classics (The Wizard of Oz) to holiday classics (It's a Wonderful Life) to cult classics (The Big Lebowski) to 80s classics (The Goonies) to modern could-be-classics (Frozen).
Tickets are $5 , but The Palace is also offering a season pass -- $45 for all 18 dates (half price). They're on sale now.
Remember Schenectady High School senior Draven Rodriguez and the laser cat yearbook photo?
Here's the compromise photo planned for the yearbook: Rodriguez and Mr. Bigglesworth along with principal Diane Wilkerson and her dog Vivian. CBS6 has some behind-the-scenes photo from the shoot, and reports the photo will appear on the principal's page of the yearbook with a message about pet adoption. [Daily Gazette] [CBS6]
Oh, and if you'd like your own laser cat portrait, the photographer -- Vincent Giordano of Trinacria Photography -- is offering them for $225.
photo: Trinacria Photography
Tickets are still available for the Tournament of Pizza final! Taste the final pizzas, have some beer, and vote for your favorite!
And so it begins: The 2014 Tournament of Pizza, sponsored by Keeler Mini -- the Tournament of Pizza to end all Tournament of Pizza -- opens with a matchup between 2011 tournament champ 5th and 50 of Scotia against two-time semifinalist Mama Mia's of Saratoga Springs.
This year's clash-of-champions format includes first round matches consisting of two pizzas. Highest aggregate score advances. And the types of the pizza for this first round: sausage (classic, a test of fundamentals) and a broccoli ricotta white pizza (a little tricky, if only because of the lack of red sauce).
The judges assembled at the shops for the tasting...
This Sunday is the annual Honest Weight Local Harvest Festival in Washington Park. Dozens of local producers and food vendors will be set up in the park from noon to 4 pm, sampling and selling all kinds of good stuff. And AOA is giving away a bag of some of that good stuff.
To enter the drawing, please answer this question in the comments:
What's something local that you like to share with people who don't live here?
Maybe it's your favorite cider donut or cheese, maybe it's your favorite place, maybe it's something else entirely.
We'll draw one winner at random. The winner should bring a big bag to the Harvest Festival on Sunday, where they can collect their prizes in person, directly from the producers.
Here's what's in the "basket" of prizes:
+ A $50 Honest Weight gift card
+ A bag of each of Gatherer's Granola flavors.
+ An Autumn Sweet Pack from DreamPuff Marshmallows - a collection of seasonal sweets: marshmallows, caramels, and macarons.
+ A $25 gift card that is useable at Tierra Coffee Roasters, on Tierra Farms products or at The Madison Theater
+ A granola/muesli sample pack from Our Daily Eats, and an Our Daily Eats shopping bag.
+ A mason jar of juice from Collar City Hard Pressed.
+ A half gallon of cream line milk or quart of kefir or yogurt from Grafton Village Cheese.
+ A bowl of pumpkin bisque, two pickles-on-sticks, and Two Bears Kitchen Mulling Spices from Two Bears Provisions.
+ A box of truffles from Le Marais Chocolat
+ Three $5 vouchers from Bread and Honey
Important: All comments must be submitted by 10 am Wednesday, October 1, 2014 to be entered in the drawing. You must answer the question to be part of the drawing. (Normal commenting guidelines apply.) One entry per person, please. You must enter a valid email address (that you check regularly) with your comment. The winner will be notified via email by noon on Wednesday and must respond by 10 am on Thursday.
AOA is a media sponsor of the Local Harvest Festival.
Something to listen to today: "Love We Are We Love" by The Sea The Sea.
They're playing a show at The Low Beat this Thursday, October 2 at 8 pm. Great Mutations is the opener. Update: It's $10.
We hear Costa and Stanley will be hanging around the area over upcoming months as they work on their next album, and they're looking to connect with people in the local music scene. So, if you see them, give them a hello wave and a welcome.
Questioning numbers from local IDAs, Cuomo visits Afghanistan, tenants caught in landlord-city situation over water bill
A Times Union review of data from local industrial development agencies -- the orgs that hand out many tax breaks to businesses and property developers -- concludes almost a third of projects haven't met their promised levels of job creation (or the reported numbers are somehow flawed). [TU]
Consensus from local law enforcement officials: this area is experiencing a spike in heroin trade and use. A ride-along with the investigation and bust of an alleged heroin distribution operation in Colonie. [TU x2]
Andrew Cuomo made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan this past weekend as part of a delegation of US governors. Cuomo said the trip was related to learning about counterterrorism efforts: "I'm doing my job as governor of New York, that's exactly what this is about." [NYT] [TU]
Here are a few things to keep in mind, look forward to, or keep busy with this week, from the weather (mostly delightful), to drama, to drugs, to the walking red, to cirque, to wings, to music...
This week was brought to you by annual rites of fall: changing leaves, cider donuts and the return of the AOA Tournament of Pizza. It was also brought to you by the Local Harvest Festival, sponsored by Honest Weight Food Coop -- Sunday, October 5 from noon to 4pm in Albany's Washington Park.
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Stuff to do
Proctors hosts its annual Wing Walk, this coming Thursday, October 2. Sample and vote for your favorite wing recipes from restaurants. $8 for adults, $5 for students.
Historic scavenger hunt
Albany I Spy, September 20 through October 4. The Capital Region's largest scavenger hunt.
Beverage Trail tour
Check out the wineries, breweries and distilleries along the Columbia County Beverage Trail.
The Albany Barn's annual Fusion fundraising event, custom couture, creative cocktails and culinary creations. Friday, October 17 at 6pm.
The Albany Institute of History and Art, presenting the 2014 Exhibition by artists of the Mohawk-Hudson region,highlighting the work of the best visual artists in the region.
Live Nation presents Lewis Black with his stand-up show The Rant is Due, Thursday, October 16 at The Palace Theater.
A Couple of Blaguards
Proctors presents A Couple of Blaguards, written by Frank and Malachy McCourt, Septemeber 26-28 and October 3-5.
Other Desert Cities
Capital Rep's production of Other Desert Cities opens September 30.
Take a cruise
Dutch Apple Cruise Lines, sponsors of the All Over Albany Rail, River, Hudson trip. Dutch Apple offers sight seeing and charter tours as well as trolley tours of the Capital Region throughout the summer and fall.
The Mop & Bucket Improv Company has started a new season of improvisational comedy at Proctors Underground. Every show is created by audience suggestion, so ever show is totally different. MopCo is also offering classes in improv, creativity, writing and more.
Stuff to Drive
Keeler Mini -- Sponsor of AOA's 2014 Tournament of Pizza.
Food and Drink
Shmaltz Brewing, host of the All Over Albany Tournament of Pizza People's Plate tasting event. Sample Shmaltz brews, get a tour, and taste and vote for your favorite pie in the Tournament of Pizza finals. Tickets are only $20.
Farmie Market -- Farm fresh food delivered right to your door.
Nine Pin Ciderworks in Albany, sourced entirely from Capital Region apples.
New World Bistro Bar, named #1 Best Restaurant, according to Times Union 'Best of the Capital Region' Readers' Poll and also listed as one of 'the 13 Best New York Restaurants, not in NYC' according to Thrillist.com.
The Cheese Traveler has launched Cheese School. Upcoming classes include: Cheese 101, Cheese 102, Charcuterie, and Artisanal Foods from Spain. Information and tickets can be found here. Sign up for the Cheese Traveler Newsletter to be notified of weekly specials and events here .
Honest Weight Food Co0op, offering all the flavors of the season plus events and cooking classes. They're annual Harvest Festival is coming up on Sunday, October 5 in Albany's Washington Park.
Broadway Plaza Liquor is now open at 418 Broadway, next to Coulson's News.
+ Mingle on Delaware Ave in Albany. Be on the lookout for Fin the Fishmonger's "Fin"-tastic specials, including fresh haddock fish tacos & pan-seared whole trout. Their chef will be using local products to create new specials daily to keep the menu fresh. Try the Kimchi fries.
Capital Wine at the corner of State and Lark Streets, with a wonderful supply of wines from around the world.
Historic home help
Historic Albany's architectural parts warehouse -- the Capital Region's only not-for-profit architectural parts warehouse.
April 15 has come and gone, but Staff Ciampino & Company, P.C. can still help you with your business and personal tax needs. They're also the sponsors of the All Over Albany Start Up Grant business contest.
Berkshire Bank, providing the $1,500 prize money for this year's AOA Startup Contest. Great rates on home equity loans.
Stuff to learn
The Albany Public Libraries. Their mobile app helps you find library locations and hours, check your library card account, learn about upcoming events, download eBooks, audiobooks, music and more. You can even check ISBN bar codes on books, DVDs and CDs to see if the library owns what you need. APL's
Stuff to help you stay healthy j
CDPHP's new InMotion app, a free fitness tool to help start or maintain an exercise plan.
Places to Live
+The Lofts at Harmony Mills, Manhattan style loft living in the Capital Region.
Here are a few highlights from the past week on AOA:
+ We gave away tickets to the Oktoberfest block party by asking: If you could create any sort of (something)fest in the Capital Region, what would it be? (Lots of fun answers.)
+ Lauren talked with the people from Margination, an attempt in Troy to develop a different sort of local economy.
+ Mary (and Django) asked about good dog parks.
+ What was up in the Neighborhood this week: a mistake, the Washington County Cheese Tour, the Saratoga Native American Festival, 44 and 45 of 46, the Madison Ave Barrens, Windham High Peak, the Kayaderosseras, McDonald's, Taiwan Noodle, Shake Shack, FDR, certificates, ribbons, and holy crap! life moments.
+ Some thoughts and questions about red light cameras as Albany considers the idea.
+ Amanda asked about good thrift stores.
+ We got a tour of the State Museum's extensive bird collection. (It was our first time seeing shelf after shelf of owls.)
+ The Corning Tower saluted Derek Jeter.
+ Lauren got the backstory on Nibble Inc, the new donut shop in Troy.
+ Eva asked about van rentals. (We could use a more suggestions on this one.)
And the Tournament of Pizza returns with the Tournament of Pizza to end all Tournaments of Pizza:
+ This year's tournament is a clash of champions with a new format.
+ Here are the judges.
Here's the whole week all lined up.
Thanks to everyone who posted a comment or shared an idea or photo this week!
Along Western Ave near UAlbany.
I'm looking to rent a 7+ passenger van for 24 hours. Everything I'm looking at is too fancy - it just needs to be functional for short-distance transportation, not the newest Dodge SUV. Ideally I would like this to be a recurring rental (once or twice a month), so I'm hoping to find someone reliable. Any leads?
We're curious if there are options beyond the typical rental companies.
Got a suggestion for Eva? Please share!
Sometimes food can inspire you.
Jessie Cramer and Michael Cunningham had no plans for a donut shop until "eating a really good donut," says Cunningham -- "a mind-blowing donut."
"The best doughnut I've ever had," Cramer adds. "And I thought 'How can I make this donut so I can have it whenever I want?'"
The pair figured out how to make their ultimate doughnut and they're opening a shop -- Nibble Inc -- this Saturday to bring those donuts to Troy.
Yes, your calendar says it is the first weekend of autumn, but it's going to feel more like summer. It's a little reprieve for those who haven't gotten enough flip flop wearing and sweater-free visits to the ice cream stand in 2014. After the jump, a list of things you may be interested in doing with your lovely, warm weekend.
Got something planned you don't see here? Be sure to drop it in the comment section so we can all see.
And whatever you're up to, have a fantastic weekend.
Man injured in Caroline Street bar incident is now dead, state tax rebate checks going out, Troy starts new comprehensive plan process
Saratoga Springs police say Aaron Huggins -- the man injured in a Caroline Street bar last Friday, allegedly when he was slammed into the ground face first by another bar patron -- has died. Acting Saratoga County DA says her office is waiting on additional investigation before deciding whether to file additional charges against Jeffrey D. Mann Jr of Wilton. Police say it appears the incident was touched off when the two men brushed against each other and there was some sort of brief verbal exchange. Said Saratoga Springs public safety commissioner Chris Mathiesen regarding the incident and the bar scene on Caroline Street: "We need to start addressing what's going on down there." [Saratogian] [TWCN] [Daily Gazette] [TU]
The state comptroller's office new list of fiscally stressed municipalities has Mechanicville pegged as being under "significant stress." An audit of Mechanicville by OSC last year concluded the city's financial records were in an "extremely poor state" and the city had adopted "unrealistic budgets." The city's new mayor says his administration is trying to get Mechanicville's fiscal house in order. [NYS OSC x2] [Daily Gazette]
The state has started sending out $350 tax rebate checks to qualifying families with children and will continue to do so over the next few weeks. And, oh, did you hear Election Day is coming up? [TWCN] [TU]
The Corning Tower saluted Derek Jeter Thursday night by lighting up his number on the building. The Yankee captain's last home game was also screened beneath The Egg -- and a few hundred people were there to watch. It turned out OK.
A few more large-format night photos from around the ESP and Capitol are after the jump.
What's on display at any one time at State Museum is just small slice of all the items in the museum's collection. And because the State Museum is almost two centuries old -- it's the oldest state museum in the country -- there are a lot of things in that collection.
So we were happy to get the chance this week to get a behind-the-scenes look at the museum's large bird collection with its curator of birds, Jeremy Kirchman. He's giving a talk this Sunday about the passenger pigeon -- a current exhibit at the museum commemorates the bird's extinction a hundred years ago.
OK, let's get to the photo tour -- and a quick chat about museums as data sets, global warming, extinction, and some reasons to be hopeful.
Amanda asks via Twitter:
It's getting cooler & all my warm shirts have holes. What are some good area thrift stores?
After seeing Amanda's question, we went digging through the archive for stuff about thrift stores and it's been surprisingly long since we've done something. It looks like we're overdue.
So, got a suggestion for Amanda (and us)? Please share! Bonus points for a line or two about why you like that store.
The Corning Tower will be lit up in a "2" Thursday night to honor Derek Jeter's last home game at Yankee Stadium. Also: "A screen will be set up under the Egg to show the game, which begins at 7:05 p.m, and food vendors will be on-site offering traditional stadium fare. Attendees should bring a lawn chair and dress warmly. Free parking will be available in the East Garage after 5 p.m."
The final of the 2014 Tournament of Pizza, sponsored by Keeler Mini -- the Tournament of Pizza to end all Tournaments of Pizza -- will be October 11 at Shmaltz Brewing in Clifton Park. And for the first time ever, the final will be open to the public. People will get the chance to taste the pizzas entered in the final -- and, in another first, you'll also get to vote for the People's Choice Plate winner.
Tickets are now sale for the event -- they're $20 -- and available online (follow that link). There are a limited number of tickets.
The tickets include four slices of pizza (one from each pizza entered in the final), two 5-oz samples of Shmaltz beer, and a ballot for the People's Choice Plate, a competition to see which pizza shop created the crowd's favorite pizza of the four final pizzas. And, of course, there will be additional beer on tap for sale. And Shmaltz will be offering tours of its brewery.
The TOP final starts at 3 pm on Saturday, October 11.
Talk to a lot of people in Albany about red light running and you'll probably get many stories about drivers blatantly blowing through lights. It is, anecdotally at least, a pervasive and persistent problem.
In an attempt to address the issue, the city of Albany is considering an ordinance that would allow it to place red light cameras at 20 intersections around the city. It's an interesting topic because the situation surrounding red light cameras ends up being a bit more complicated that you might at first think -- and because of the way the issue is pushing a lot of buttons for people. Opinions seem to span a range of something like "yes, the city needs this" to "no, this is a very bad idea."
Here's a walk through of the issue...
Cuomo and Christie upgrade security at transportation hubs, Albany teen charged with attempted murder,CDTA seeks funds to upgrade Albany/Troy route, Albany High band to march in Dublin parade
Andrew Cuomo joined with Chris Christie on Wednesday to announce an increase in security at airports, train stations and other transportation hubs in light of recent terrorism and international conflicts. [NYT]
CDTA is seeking federal funds to upgrade bus services between the Port of Albany and Troy to a Bus Plus rapid transit line. [TU]
Halfmoon Democrats are demanding that Town Republicans cut their ties with controversial developer Bruce Tanski and return more than $138 thousand dollars in campaign contributions received from him, including over $126 thousand he contributed to Kathy Marchione's campaign for state senate. [TU]
Cameras are coming to the streets of Albany and Troy, but how effective will they be at reducing crime. [TU]
On South Pine Ave in Albany.
This could bizarre and fun: The author of The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy will be at the Albany Institute for a talk October 5.
What is this conspiracy, you ask. Let us turn our attention to the blurbage:
Join Albany historian and writer Giacomo Calabria (pen name, Jacopo della Quercia) for a lively talk about his recently published historical novel that is part sci-fi, part action adventure, and part comedy embedded in a narrative based on meticulous research. The result is an outlandish secret history that aligns perfectly with national as well as the city of Albany historical record.
Calabria is an educator and history writer whose work has been featured on the comedy website Cracked.com, BBC America, CNN Money, and the Huffington Post.
The talk at the Albany Institute is at 2 pm on Sunday, October 5. It's free with museum admission.
The Albany Institute advertises on AOA.
Here's a good quick overview of the plans for the huge SolarCity solar panel factory in Buffalo from the Buffalo News. The Cuomo admin says the plant will be the largest of its type in the western hemisphere. The site of the $5 billion plan is owned by the NanoCollege and the state will spend $750 million on construct the facility and buy equipment, a model similar to the one being used at the NanoCollege plex in Albany. [Buffalo News x2] [Cuomo admin]
Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: a mistake, the Washington County Cheese Tour, the Saratoga Native American Festival, 44 and 45 of 46, the Madison Ave Barrens, Windham High Peak, the Kayaderosseras, McDonald's, Taiwan Noodle, Shake Shack, FDR, certificates, ribbons, and holy crap! life moments.
Somebody has to eat all that pizza, you know.
FBI Director says Albany corruption is nothing special, Cuomo approval ratings slip to lowest yet,Tkaczyk/Amedore debate gets heated
FBI Director James B. Comey was Albany on Tuesday. Comey praised the relationships between police agencies in the region, said we're safer than we were on 9-11. And according to him, Albany is nothing special in the corruption department: "I don't want to burst Albany's bubble in any way," Comey said, "but there are lots of state capitals in this country where we're doing lots of public corruption work. So it doesn't stand out in my mind."[TWCN][Saratogian][TU]
Andrew Cuomo's job approval rating has slipped to its lowest point since taking office, but he still has a wide lead over challenger Rob Astorino.[WSJ]
Cecilia Tkaczyk and Republican George Amedore had their first debate of 2014 on Tuesday night at Proctors. The debate got heated and personal at times, and touched on local control of casinos, the Moreland commission, women's equality and chocolate or vanilla. [News 10][WNYT][TU]
Mary asks via Twitter:
Any recommendations for dog parks in the Albany or Colonie areas? Django needs some friends...
Mary included this pic of Django. (Too... much... cuteness...)
There are multiple dog parks in the city of Albany and some of the surrounding towns. Speaking fro experience going to some of them with Otto, each park kind of has its own feel and set of regulars -- and that can be both good and/or bad for your dog (and for you).
So, got a suggestion of a good for Mary and Django? Please share! Bonus points for a line or two about why you like that park.
Noted, from the state Department of Environmental Conservation: "Early fall is the breeding season for moose in northern New York. During this time moose are wandering looking for mates, leading them to areas where they are not typically seen. While this improves the opportunities for people to enjoy sighting of a moose, it also increases the danger of colliding with one on the roadway." [NYS DEC]
The event is presented by Northshire Bookstore and the New York Library Association.
After three acclaimed novels, Gary Shteyngart turns to memoir in a candid, witty, deeply poignant account of his life so far. Shteyngart shares his American immigrant experience, moving back and forth through time and memory with self-deprecating humor, moving insights, and literary bravado. The result is a resonant story of family and belonging that feels epic and intimate and distinctly his own.
The event is at 5:30 pm on Thursday, November 6.
As You Wish: We hear the October 16 Northshire event with Cary Elwes, about his memoir of making The Princess Bride, is filling up. So, if you're interested in going, it's probably a good idea to get tickets sooner rather than later.
Earlier on AOA: "The man does not remember telling his glasses about enjoying that restaurant, but somehow they know." (Gary Shteyngart visits Schenectady while wearing Google Glass.)
photo: Brigitte Lacombe
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