Stories

Stories
Every SoHo story contributes to our collective memory. The more stories we tell, the closer we come to capturing the spirit of our community.
165 Stories
  • As many of you have probably already heard, Kenneth Reisdorff, known locally as Kenn from Bob and Kenn’s Broome Street Bar, passed away on…

    May 01 2014

  • I think it’s safe to say that everyone in the neighborhood feels that the NYU Coles Sports and Recreation Center is an eyesore. The windowless,…

    Apr 01 2014

  • Check out these cool videos of SoHo.

    Mar 01 2014

  • There are two brand spankin’ new books that feature SoHo, published within the last year, that merit attention in case they’ve been overlooked by…

    Feb 01 2014

  • I became a writer quite by accident, and I would not even describe myself as a writer, at least not in any conventional way.  I don’t sit in a…

    Jan 01 2014

  • Artist Peter Reginato writes about how he got to SoHo, and how it's changed over the years—a reminiscence from someone who was here in the…

    Dec 14 2013

  • Brian Dubé opened Dubé Juggling, a store, showroom, online outlet, warehouse, and manufacturer of all things juggling, in 1975 after dropping out…

    Nov 16 2013

  • I was looking through old issues of The SoHo Weekly News recently and came…

    Nov 02 2013

  • In 1991, the Elizabeth Street Gallery leased an empty lot from the City, cleaned it up, and planted the beautiful garden that is there today on…

    Oct 19 2013