TV changed 14 years ago when a guy named Tony Soprano appeared. Played by James Gandolfini who died suddenly this week at the age of 51, Tony was a mobster who could have been your neighbour.
The year’s largest, brightest moon lit the sky yesterday, which had shutterbugs everywhere taking many photos of Earth’s closest neighbour.
The compelling story of how Heather Garden went from being crippled with MS to achieving a full recovery by using alternative health methods and by adopting a different way of looking at her healing.
On the longest day of the year, they sang of promise, and they sang of innocence, and they sang of a willingness to try again.
It is a resource never before written; a truly awesome body of scientific work illustrated photographically that appears like art worthy of any gallery.
The Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library were honoured with two awards recently, recognizing the outstanding volunteer work of past president, Susan Fraser.
Healthy meals are an important part of Inner City Youth Alive; 80 per cent of the 185 kids that attend the drop-in weekly don’t get enough to eat at home
The powers that be in St. James Assiniboia have decided to make iPads mandatory for middle school students, with the view that textbooks are obsolete and digital electronics are the way of the future.
A group Grade 6 students from Niakwa Place School in the Louis Riel School Division created a video about the history of St. Vital, one of the oldest settled areas in Winnipeg.
Many of us cherish the memories of a simpler time when our daily bread and other essentials could be purchased no more than a block from where we lived.