Uncovering Watervliet’s Hidden Gems: Exploring the Charms of a Historic CapNY City

Nestled along the Hudson River, Watervliet may be small in size, but it’s big on charm and history. Often overshadowed by its larger neighbors, this quaint city in CapNY is home to a treasure trove of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. From historic sites to culinary delights, Watervliet offers visitors a glimpse into itsContinue reading “Uncovering Watervliet’s Hidden Gems: Exploring the Charms of a Historic CapNY City”

Cohoes: A CapNY City The Nation is Watching

“One groundbreaking achievement that stands out is the floating solar array on the water reservoir, a project that makes Cohoes the first in the nation to generate 100% municipal electricity while offering 40% surplus energy to the school district. This has not only been environmentally conscious but also instrumental in promoting Cohoes on a nationalContinue reading “Cohoes: A CapNY City The Nation is Watching”

Exploring New York’s Capital Region with Your Furry Friend: Dog-Friendly Parks, Trails & Restaurants

Part 1: Albany, Schenectady, Troy If you’re a dog owner looking to explore this beautiful region with your four-legged companion, you’re in for a treat. From scenic parks and hiking trails to charming restaurants and cafes, there’s no shortage of dog-friendly activities and eateries in this area. In this article, we’ll guide you through aContinue reading “Exploring New York’s Capital Region with Your Furry Friend: Dog-Friendly Parks, Trails & Restaurants”

Juneteenth in CapNY: 4 Changemakers Paving the Way

“Juneteenth is important because it is the beginning of our history.” – Lashawn Hawkins, Founder of the I Can Breathe and I Will Speak organization in Fulton County New York CapNY Celebrations June 19th. Many Americans know that date as Juneteenth, a federal holiday that acknowledges and commemorates the legal ending of slavery in theContinue reading “Juneteenth in CapNY: 4 Changemakers Paving the Way”

CapNY Eats: 5 Droolworthy Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants

The plant-based food industry has boomed in recent years with myco-protein chik’n and beet burgers that bleed, branded with names like Beyond and Impossible suggesting we’re scaling new heights. Hello, Meatless Mondays The pandemic only sharpened growth with renewed interest in health conscious eating, efforts to reduce animal consumption (hello, meatless Mondays), and awareness ofContinue reading “CapNY Eats: 5 Droolworthy Vegan/Vegetarian Restaurants”

The Authentic CapNY Guide: Old-School Italian Restaurants

The Italian American community in New York City is as established and historic as the city itself. Luckily for us, many Italian Immigrants also ventured upstate to CapNY during the waves of European migration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These communities quite literally built and shaped the cities we see today. GenerationContinue reading “The Authentic CapNY Guide: Old-School Italian Restaurants”

A Night at the Ballpark with the Tri-City ValleyCats

What does summer fun look like to us? Hot dogs, beer, baseball, and good company. And this is why spending a night with our local minor league baseball team, the Tri-City ValleyCats, is the way to go. Whether you’re looking for the perfect date night, an outdoor family experience, or a casual night out withContinue reading “A Night at the Ballpark with the Tri-City ValleyCats”

Top Picks in Downtown Troy: CapNY Freelancer, Corey Aldrich

“One of the things that attracts me to Troy the most is the diversity of culture, thought, gender and generally, the open-minded vibe I get hanging out downtown. The diversity spans socio-economic and age demographics. This is seen in many of the downtown residents and also the city government.” Beautiful Urban Balance Choosing favorites orContinue reading “Top Picks in Downtown Troy: CapNY Freelancer, Corey Aldrich”