St. Patrick’s Day is reason enough for many people to get out and celebrate the little or no Irish in their blood. If you’re in St. Paul, you won’t need the help of a leprechaun to find the party, just head downtown to the sea of green.
It’s not often that a downtown Minneapolis restaurant celebrates 10 years in business so when one is lucky enough to do so, it certainly calls for a celebration.
It could have been any school in the country, but Northside Elementary in tiny Benson, Minn. — west of Willmar, about 2.5 hours from Minneapolis — came in first in the Give With Target contest, nabbing a $10,000 prize.
Host a graduation party that is a hit with both the grad and guests at one of these Minnesota spots.
Inside the Metrodome Sunday afternoon, the atmosphere was electric. There was, after all, a lot on the line for both the Vikings and the Packers. In fitting fashion, the intense game came down to the final seconds.
Vernon Davis might get fewer style points these days for his touchdown celebrations — and he’s perfectly fine with that.
A Boston High School quarterback makes the play of his life only to be told “no good” due to celebration. Click here to see story and watch video.
Two high school football players danced in the end zone to celebrate the life of a friend who recently passed away. They were penalized for excessive celebration. Click here to see the story and see […]
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.
Father’s Day, the holiday set aside to celebrate dad, has been an institution for 101 years. But what is the evolution of Father’s Day? How did it become the holiday it is today? One Father’s Day historian offers his unique perspective on the third Sunday in June and after you read this, you too will be a Father’s Day expert.
It’s a colorful celebration including a parade, food, stages and a lot more. The 29th annual Cinco de Mayo celebration continues through Saturday on the west side of St. Paul.