On a recent Saturday night, a 20 something tourist, wandering into the dimly lit side street, remarked to his date, “This looks like a movie set.”Not just movies, but real life shootouts took place on Doyers St., as recently as the early 1990s. The street was deliberately made crooked, reportedly in the belief that ghosts can only travel in straight lines, but the layout also lent itself to ambushes.The Nam Wah Tea Parlor at 13 Doyers St. Dates from 1920 and must have seen plenty of action.
A police officer hands out a ticket to a motorist on Kellogg Avenue who did not stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk, close to where Shelby Kokesch, 24, was struck by a car in March and later died, in St. Paul on Tuesday, May 3, 2015. The For Me movement seeks to make drivers and pedestrians more aware of crosswalk safety and driving rules, in St.
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Year 6 teacher and dance club leader Laura Breheny said: “Our pupils have really enjoyed preparing for this performance, and all completely embraced the theme of determination. As we have been very busy preparing for exams, rehearsing the dance has been a great stress reliever. We are all totally thrilled to have won tickets to see Disney On Ice presents DreamBig, and would like to congratulate all of the other dance groups who put on amazing performances.”.