Finding Minnesota: Silver Lake's Toilet Bowl RacesDuring the first year, the toilet bowl races were nothing more than an old latrine strapped on a red wagon and pushed down a hill.
Finding Minnesota: Swensson FarmImagine a piece of land with nothing, turned into a little bit of everything by the hands of a strong yet eccentric Norwegian.
Finding Minnesota: Caves Of FaribaultOur neighbors in Wisconsin may have a reputation for cheese, but Minnesota has its own bragging rights.
Finding Minnesota: Fremont Store Of Winona CountyIf you happen upon the intersection of County Road 6 and Fremont Store Road in Winona County, you may want to just stick around for a while.
Finding Minnesota: Orfield LaboratoriesThink of all the sound you take in on a daily basis. Noise is an inescapable constant that often overshadows any silence. That’s not the case at Orfield Laboratories in south Minneapolis where one room is designed specifically for peace and quiet.
Finding Minnesota: Ed's Museum In WykoffEd’s Museum in Wykoff isn’t so much a reflection of the town, but of one man who lived there.
Finding Minnesota: Hmongtown MarketplaceMinnesota is home to one of the largest Hmong populations in the country and in the heart of St. Paul, you'll find the hub of the community.
Finding Minnesota: Veterans Walk Of Flags In Fergus FallsOn Memorial Day, the nation will take time to honor the men and women who've lost their lives serving our country.
Finding Minnesota: The Musical Life Of Al Sweet A Twin Cities man may be the youngest 93-year-old you've ever met.
Finding Minnesota: Meet These Record-Holding AnglersIn the Land of 10,000 Lakes, nearly every fish tale has the same beginning. Yet after the first tug of the lure, those stories tend to differ.
Finding Minnesota: Arnie Lillo's MetalworksThis summer, Arnie Lillo is expecting nearly a thousand visitors to stop by his property to see his art work. 156 different metal cut outs are spread out over his Good Thunder property.
Finding Minnesota: Smelt Fishing On Lake SuperiorThe pristine scenery is a tempting lure in its own right, but every spring dozens are drawn to the Amnicon River by more than a scenic backdrop.