- Free Children’s Art Classes April 13, 2020 at 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm Stage 1, 46 North Swan Street
- Free Children’s Art Classes April 20, 2020 at 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm Stage 1, 46 North Swan Street
- Free Children’s Art Classes April 27, 2020 at 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm Stage 1, 46 North Swan Street
Tag Archives: St. Joseph’s Church
Here is another round-up of articles and editorials: Inside Politics: St. Joseph’s could again be city’s problem (you can comment on this link, it is the same article just one has comments and one does not) Editorial: Different church, same fate? Metroland: No … Continue reading
Last night the common council passed a resolution 10-1 opposing the Ravens Head Brewery proposal, citing its conflict with our quiet residential neighborhood. You can read the Times Union article here. Again at the meeting, Historic Albany Foundation put forward the idea … Continue reading
Many editorials on the Church have now been posted in the TU. Here is the list: Brewery Falls Flat, published December 14, 2012, Jenna Hecker. Saving Buildings Saves City’s History, published December 13, 2012, Bill Brandow. Letter: Buildings trump parking lots, published … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal just published this article which seems pretty timely for the current debate. It is about how churches are being converted into homes all across the US, with success! As the article states, “[a]rchitects have found creative ways to … Continue reading
Table Hopping Beer Nut Be sure to check out the comment sections and comment if you have an opinion!
You can read the Times Union article covering the meeting here! A lot of neighbors turned out last night and among actual triangle residents the feeling was that this is a bad idea. A few residents felt it would help … Continue reading
The Board of Zoning Appeals meeting about St. Joe’s reuse as a brewery is tonight beginning at 5:30 pm City Hall, Common Council Chambers, 2nd Floor. Everyone is welcome to come and speak!
According to the Historic Albany Foundation the Raven’s Head application will be before the Board of Zoning Appeals on Wednesday, December 12th at 5:30 p.m. Stay tuned for additional details…