Many local summer camps have already started or are just now getting started. This week, we’re giving you a look at some with spots still available.
A new experience at the Minnesota Zoo is coming just in time for the blockbuster summer movie season. The zoo’s 3D IMAX theatre has officially gone digital.
The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers finish a four game, home-and-home series Thursday at Target Field. And when you go to a game, salads aren’t what you usually think about eating.
The program, called “Kids Bowl Free,” is just that. Take you children to a local bowling alley, they can bowl for free and do something fun that also keeps them out of trouble as we approach the carefree days of summer.
The legacy left by The Beatles is living on right in the heart of the Twin Cities starting this week and hanging around for most of the summer. Officials announced Tuesday that “The Beatles!,” a traveling exhibition put together by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, will be making a stop at the Mall of America this summer.
The Sea Life Aquarium at the Mall of America has a new exhibit opening this month. It’s called “Claws,” and we went inside to get a look at what’s to come. The exhibit will feature a variety of different crabs, everything from smaller crabs to larger species.
Hundreds of thousands of people are set to have a grand old time this weekend in St. Paul. The state’s largest one day festival is this Sunday and it’s jam packed with fun for your family on Grand Avenue.
If yoga is your thing, you know how important and sometimes difficult it is to fit in a session. A new Twin Cities studio is designed to make yoga fit around your schedule. The Yogafit Studio in Excelsior is trying a new concept with 24-hour availability.
Experts said Monarch butterfly numbers are dropping dangerously low, but there’s an easy way you can help. The St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota has a garden specifically catered to pollenating and helping the Monarch butterfly.
This morning, the WCCO Morning Show is honoring another excellent educator who has gone above and beyond to make a different in students’ lives. You don’t always have to look in a classroom for an excellent educator. Sometimes they make home visits. That’s where Edward Moody found this week’s honoree.
We all know the bugs in Minnesota can get huge during the summer and we mainly think of black flies and mosquitoes. But few crawly creatures are as big as the ones at the Minnesota Zoo right now.
There’s a new coffee shop in the Twin Cities. Its brew comes with bitters in it, even though bitters are more commonly thought of as an ingredient for cocktails, not java. Furthermore, the coffee you can get at Five Watt is bought directly from a roaster based in Wisconsin.
You don’t have to have nerves of steel to have a good time. This year, the amusement park is offering up some more family-friend rides as well. Edward Moody checked out the all-new area geared towards families. Did we say “all-new”? Well, in this case at least, everything old is new again.
This morning, the WCCO Morning Show is honoring another excellent educator who has gone above and beyond to make a different in students’ lives. Like adults, high school students must learn to balance their personal and academic lives. Having a teacher willing to help with both can often be just what a student needs to excel.
The Mall of America is ready to help Twin Cities residents and visitors alike boldly go where no man has gone before. The mall is unveiling “Star Trek: The Exhibition” this Friday, and Edward Moody was there Wednesday morning to make a fresh notation in his captain’s log.