The idea of living in a town under a dome isn’t all that crazy. In fact, it almost happened in Minnesota back in the early 1970s.
This Minnesota April has been highly unusual for the Minnesota Twins.
The Metrodome will be back in business this weekend and the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission is hosting an open house to celebrate.
On Friday, September 2nd, John Williams will be selling authentic souvenir pieces of the Metrodome roof at the MN State Fair. Proceeds go toward Mpls. Park and Rec Baseball teams impacted by the May 22nd Tornado. They are […]
For millions of people enduring this week’s extreme heat and humidity, it feels like they’re living in a pressure cooker. And in a sense, they are.
On Wednesday at 7 a.m., the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission will attempt to “raise the roof” at the Metrodome after seven months of sagging.
Repair on the Metrodome roof is moving right along with an expected completion date just announced.
Here’s a sign that the repair work at the Metrodome is making progress — the Dome’s concourses are open again Saturday to inline skaters and runners.
A major event scheduled for this weekend at the Metrodome is being cancelled because of the roof collapse.
The Metrodome roof repair job may be bigger than first anticipated.
Another hole in the roof of the Metrodome forced an emergency evacuation on Wednesday night.
Since opening in 1982, more than 73 million people have visited the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome — home of the Minnesota Vikings. The Dome, as it’s lovingly referred to by fans, has a 10-acre Teflon-coated fiberglass roof, which is supported by 20 electric fans boosting 90 horsepower each.