Looking for late-night activities that don’t involve bar-hopping? Check out this list for some great ideas in Minnesota.
Remember back in the day when there were no cell phones, no Facebook, no DVRs to catch up on to entertain your nights. When all kids needed for a good time was a few friends […]
When I was younger, going to the bowling alley was commonplace. My friend’s parents were in bowling leagues so we’d just tag along and hang out for a few hours.
Erik Ellingson is an 80-year-old accountant who still works, and still goes league bowling every Thursday night. He likes numbers, and will remember 300 for quite a while. That’s score of the perfect game he bowled Thursday night at the Texa-Tonka lanes in St. Louis Park.
Maybe you had to work Friday and Saturday. Or maybe you just like to eke out every last drop of weekend. But whatever the reason, you’re just not ready to pack it in and prepare for the inevitability of Monday morning.
Hockey practices are in full swing for a lot of kids across the Twin Cities, and being a hockey parent isn’t cheap.
Ever thought of jumping the pond for a visit to London? You know what’s cheaper, simpler and doesn’t require a passport? A trip to Brit’s Pub & Eating Establishment in downtown Minneapolis.
I recently went bowling (without a coupon– gasp!) and I was surprised to find that two games on one lane for four people on a Saturday afternoon added up to $60, including shoes.
Approximately 400 blind and visually impaired bowlers from around the country will compete in a national bowling tournament in Bloomington, Minn.