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The Saint of SoHo

This amazing photo, part of a series of the razing of the Church of St. Alphonsus Liguori taken by artist Harry Pincus in 1981, tells many stories. 1,114 more words

SoHo Places

Police shooting in 2010 justified, inquest report concludes

Almost eight years after a man was shot and killed by a Winnipeg police officer, an inquest has found police were justified in using deadly force. 126 more words


Winnipeg kids turn the page through Lawyers for Literacy

West Broadway kids grabbed some classic stories off the shelf Saturday.

The eighth annual Lawyers for Literacy event preached the importance of reading to dozens of kids aged 4 and up. 235 more words


The past lives of a modest 1809 house in Tribeca

Houses have stories. And the Dutch-style unassuming home at the corner of White Street and West Broadway can tell some fascinating tales.

The story of 2 White Street (or 234 West Broadway) begins in 1809, when a New Yorker named Gideon Tucker built this home, most likely the last in a row that stretched down White Street. 426 more words

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Sunday night Winnipeg stabbing sends woman to hospital

A 33-year-old woman was rushed to hospital in critical condition after a Sunday night stabbing in Winnipeg.

Police confirm the stabbing happened at the 200 block of Maryland at roughly 10:30 p.m. 112 more words


West Broadway panhandlers causing concerns in Winnipeg

Residents and stores in West Broadway are dealing with an increase in homelessness and panhandlers, and they say it’s affecting their business.

A surge of people living in a lot near Portage Avenue and Maryland Street has caused concern among locals. 306 more words