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John takes the podium after a grueling shift waiting tables at the local chain restaurant on Valentine’s Day.
Some people like to keep things nice and simple for Valentine’s Day, like taking themselves or their sweetie for a 50-cent cone at Stewart’s. And hey, there’s nothing wrong with that considering February 14 is one of the most made-up commercial holidays that gets people all buttered up to spend money on something –anything– for their S.O.
But, despite the amount of V-Day haters out there, there are just as many people who go all out for this heart-filled holiday, and those people A) have bank accounts with more digits than I have on both my hands and B) must REALLY be like, Beyonce-style Crazy in Love with their “person.”
Regardless of which one you are though, you can for sure give the gift of jewelry for the lady or man in your life. And while part of you might think you have no business being in a high-end jewelry store to make that last minute purchase, Northeastern Fine Jewelry has a lot of affordable, trendy Valentine’s Day gifts that I would certainly accept if someone wanted to gift them to me *cough, cough*.
Earlier this week, I got to sit down with Gregg who showed me some of those “Crazy in Love” as we’ll call it options (like a $300,000 one-of-a-kind ring he trusted me to try on), and then some earrings, watches and necklaces that retail at $300 or less –which is a steal if you ask me.
Check it out and have yourself a Happy Valentine’s Day doing what you love (or who you love).
We sent John to try all the winners from Discover Saratoga’s 2019 Chowderfest to determine one overall winner. Naturally, we turned it into brunch with bloody’s and mimosas.
Win NHL tickets and Labatt Blue gear.
Everyone’s talking about the UAlbany men’s lacrosse team, but how come no one is talking about the new pics of our squad?
Who have I become?
I mean, you gotta go where the money goes.
I’m just saying, take a solid picture when you’re there –I know that’s what you’re really going for.
Jack reflects upon his no buttons deep January.
Bryant and Stratton’s Albany campus is adding women’s basketball for the 2019.
The charity cast member of SNL was reflecting on his past summer spent in Syracuse.
Surprise! A Historic Downtown Albany Building Has Been Draining Its Sewage Directly Into the Hudson Since 1913
The five-story Argus building in downtown Albany was never hooked into the sewer system.
Vote for 2BD in the Albany Times Union’s “Best Of” Contest.
Today I am team AP.
Doesn’t seem like the tortoise beat the hare this time.
Richard Big Dick Kamrowski can play for my team any day of the week.
Friends who don’t sweat together, can’t stay together.
Documenting stories of the highs and lows from two young men living their best life in the Capital Region.
A cooking show for those still figuring out life on their own.
I'm sure everyone has heard by now what has happened to the Captain JP and the beloved Rust Anchor. A goddam travesty. A booze cruise and a bar got washed away in one fell swoop and it was a pretty helpless situation for some of us alcoholics out here. I would have...
I finally made my official move to Troy.
Thanks to your prayers, the Rusty Anchor found strength.
If you post out of resentment, it will be felt.
Cap’n Jack here to report the cap’nless chaos happening on the Hudson.
As a former maintenance worker, this is the ultimate sign of respect.
This week I went ten questions deep with the queen of the Capital Region blogosphere, the infamous KGB.
Sometimes it’s better to pay the premium…sometimes.
No one is going to want to eat some pink or blue lasagna.