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WINNIPEG - Jordie Benn didn't hear about his trade to the Winnipeg Jets from Kevin Cheveldayoff, or Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning.
No, his first indication was a text from Jets forward Nate Thompson, who Benn played with in Montreal during parts of the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.
"It just said 'Benny!' with a couple of Jets emojis," Benn said with a grin. "I hadn't heard anything yet, so I texted him back and said, 'What's going on, man?' And he goes, 'I hear you're a Jet.' And I go, 'Oh, really? I haven't heard any of that, yet.' And then it popped up on the TV pretty much right after he texted me."
Even before the trade went down minutes prior to Monday's 2 pm CT deadline, Benn had a feeling something was up.
"I guess that feeling was right," he said. "But it's a pretty crazy getting the chance to play in an awesome city and an awesome hockey town and get a chance to taste the playoffs again."
Now the veteran defenceman of 548 NHL games will finish his team quarantine with the Canucks before the Jets fly him privately to Winnipeg as a way of…
For many users, Google Photos on the web is the way they view, organize and share their pictures and videos. I’m one of those and when it comes to messing with my photos and videos via Google Photos, I find myself in the web portal more often than not. I like the interface, I like the ease of access, and overall I find it to be the easiest way to get things done with my images. Though it tends to lag behind the app version when it comes to new features, the simplicity of navigating to photos.google.com always wins out over loading up the Android version – especially on my Chromebook.
That being said, I do miss some of the nifty features that are available in Google Photos via the Android app. The new video clip editor looks cool and there are some additional photo editing capabilities that the app possesses that I’d love to see migrated over to the web version. With new filters and options for Google One users, the abilities I have in my Google Photos app on my phone make for a more powerful experience versus the web right now when it comes to flexibility and…
Located in charming midtown Harrisburg, this three-story townhome has over 2,200-square-feet of space.
Built in 1890, the home - a “celebration of everything that is loved about living in Midtown” - has three bedrooms, one full and one partial bath. The homeowner uses it as a showcase for art, with works by local artists such as Linda Benton McCloskey, Susan Bailey, Luis Cuevas, Kevyn Knox, R76Artist and Charles Fazzino.
As expected from the time period, the house has wooden floors, a staircase with custom milled woodwork and stained glass window flourishes. The second floor has an exposed brick wall, while most of the home has a mixture of tin and wood lath ceilings.
A third floor bedroom and office space has built-in shelving and a large atrium-style skylight…