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 Volume 30 - Number 13 - March 29, 2007

Bricks, Mortar and Broadband

Local businesses adapt, expand and discover a new outlet through the Internet

By Nicole Klaas

Something’s Happening in the South End

The Pearl Street Coliseum brings opportunity—and a unique shopping experience— to downtown Albany

By Chet Hardin

Expand and Conquer

Two Lark Street-based Albany businessmen might be thinking about opening a restaurant near you

By David King

Here Comes the Neighborhood

Two Italian markets on Albany’s Delaware Avenue have anchored this main street for 50 years

By B.A. Nilsson

Reassess This

Some Troy property owners think 34 years is long enough to go without a city-wide tax tally

By Chet Hardin

What’s the 211?

United Way hopes to make information on local health and human services just a phone call away

By David Canfield

You Raise, I’ll Petition

Schenectady residents cry foul amid confusion that surrounds vote on large pay increases for city officials

By Nicole Klaas

The Price of Milk

Kirsten Gillibrand’s first bill would give dairy farmers a helping hand

By David King

Friday Night Lights

Popular monthly Albany arts night has other cities following suit, and has regional artists enjoying a surge of interest in their work

By Kathryn Lurie

School of Jazz

From singing bus girl to acclaimed new artist, Sarah Pedinotti is making the most of her unusual musical education

By Kirsten Ferguson

Savage Love
By Dan Savage

If Dan Savage won't answer your weird, disgusting, perverted, embarrassing questions about sex, perhaps you'd best keep them to yourself.

 
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