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115 So Ferry Street, Schenectady, NY 12305


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Located Nearby:

  • Adirondack Trailways 22 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-346-34150.1 mi SW
  • Amtrak Station-SDY 332 Erie Boulevard, Sc'd'y, NY 800-872-72450.2 mi E
  • Bow Tie Cinemas Movieland 400 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Edison Tech Center 136 Broadway, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • Empire State College 328 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • The Katbird Shop 425 Liberty Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi E
  • New York State Department-Transportation 328 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.2 mi SE
  • Open Door Bookstore 128 Jay Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Paul Mitchell School 411 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Proctors 432 State Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-346-62040.3 mi SE
  • Sc'd'y Civic Playhouse 12 South Church Street, Sc'd'y, NY 518-382-2081489 ft W
  • Sc'd'y County Community College 78 Washigton Avenue, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi W
  • Sc'd'y Light Opera Co 427 Franklin St Sc'd'y, NY 12301 518-393-57320.3 mi SE
  • Sc'd'y Symphony Orchestra 432 State St # 216, Sc'd'y, NY0.3 mi SE
  • Union Graduate College 80 Nott Ter, Sc'd'y, NY0.6 mi E
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Koffee Kwotes / Trivia

Ever heard of "cowboy" coffee?
In the 1800's, cowboys put their ground coffee into a clean sock and immersed it in hot water heated over the campfire.

Good to Know

"Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened."

- Billy Graham

Visit our Friends & Neighbors

Dangerous on Decaf

a trio of friends playing music and having fun!

We cruise the blues, razz the jazz, mug the jug, fatten the Latin, croak the folk and love to joke. With guitars, banjo, drums, Uke and mountain dulcimer, we are the Yin, Yang and Jung of the Sandwich generation.

Bicycling:

When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments.  Here was a machine of precision and balance for the convenience of man.  And (unlike subsequent inventions for man's convenience) the more he used it, the fitter his body became.  Here, for once, was a product of man's brain that was entirely beneficial to those who used it, and of no harm or irritation to others.  Progress should have stopped when man invented the bicycle.

Elizabeth West

September 22, 2017, 5:43 am