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February 25, 2008

Albany--  You can now get a taste of the moon in Northwest Albany after a move from downtown.

Harvest Moon was an anchor of downtown for about six years. It recently closed and re-opened over the weekend at a new spot on Dawson Road.

Owner Bo Henry says they had to go where the traffic is but he does miss his old spot.

"I think it's going to be the same Harvest Moon as it always has been, just in a different place. We're glad to be here. We miss being downtown but it was time for a change and we made it. We're excited to be here," said Henry.

Although he's no longer downtown, Henry is still an advocate for downtown development. He hopes others will join him there this weekend for the big Mardi Gras Street Festival.  

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