March 22 2019

CEG Economic Development Week in Review: March 11 – 15, 2019

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Two Buttons Deep: If Esports Coaches Did Press Conferences

New Haven Register: Gaming plays growing role among “Tech Valley” startups


Duanesburg native returns to town, opens county’s newest/oldest brewery 

“Schenectady County’s newest craft brewery is in some ways its oldest.

Back Barn Brewing makes its beer in a reclaimed 1700s barn and serves it in an adjacent 1800s barn along Route 20, one of New York state’s earliest through routes.”

Rockhill Bakehouse Cafe To Be Renovated, Former Owner Moving To The Shirt Factory

“Chris Patten, the new owner of the Rockhill Bakehouse Cafe, received approval from the Glens Falls Planning Board when he presented plans to enlarge and renovate the property.

He plans to add two apartments above the cafe, expand the cafe itself, and do a “full gut renovation” of the inside of the building, he said.”

SlickFin Brewing Co. is open for business in Fort Edward

“SlickFin Brewing Co. is finally open.

Heather and Kris March of Queensbury opened their doors for a grand opening Friday, and people came in droves.”

Why Jeff Buell of Redburn Development is trying to rebuild cities

“Jeff Buell has gone from reporting about local government to helping remake our downtowns as a real estate developer. He’s a big believer in cities. And just being chill.”

UAlbany researcher awarded $3.4 million in NIH grants since September

“University at Albany biology professor Paolo Forni has been awarded $3.439 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health since September.

Forni, a native of Italy who got his Ph.D. at the University of Turin, has been working at UAlbany since 2014. He is an assistant professor and operates a research lab on campus called the Fornilab that has trained 19 students so far.”

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