Snowkiting: The Frozen Sport Reaching New Heights In MinnnesotaIt's estimated Minnesota has more snow kite surfers than any other state in the nation.
2 Barbers, Both In Their 80s, Don't Plan On RetiringSince 1959, 86-year-old Ron Stark has been cutting hair, while 3 feet away, 82-year-old Denny Schulz has been doing the same.
70-Year-Old Woodworker Makes Toys Every Day For Kids In NeedSome people worry about what they'll do when the time comes to retire, but Phil Lagarde has -- quite literally -- carved out his own past-time.
Retired Professor Amasses Huge 'Little Golden Books' CollectionJohn Lauritsen takes us to Willmar to place where the "Little Red Caboose" always finishes first.
How A Minneapolis Man Conquered The Rubik’s Cube, Beat World RecordIn 2008, nearly 30 years after the Rubik's Cube craze faded, Walker Welch spotted one in a store. He saw six different sides and endless possibilities.
Boba Fett For $28K? Wis. Man Builds Toy Empire Selling 'Star Wars' CollectiblesA long time ago in what seems like a galaxy far, far away...Brian Semling had absolutely no interest in Star Wars.
History Takes Flight At Northwest Airlines MuseumFor decades, Northwest Airlines was headquartered in the Twin Cities before they merged with Delta in 2008. But the airline is far from forgotten.
Teacher Finds ‘Many Benefits’ From Comfy Classroom RemodelHeather Anderson's teaching space is like a living room and a classroom rolled into one.
Twin Cities Pastor Teaches Self-Defense Before He PreachesA Twin Cities pastor is delivering his congregation life-saving lessons in a way people might not expect.
Morris Man Turns History Passion Into Iron MuseumArnie Stein is the proud owner of more than 3,000 irons -- some dating back to the early 1700s.
Granite Falls Museum Honors World War II VeteransWhat started as a past-time to honor veterans has turned into a museum that's become a world-wide attraction in a small Minnesota town.
'Skinnfell' Art Connects Minnesota Woman To Her Viking Heritage, DaughterIt was Aakre’s daughter, Tamara, that got her connected with her Scandinavian and Viking heritage and encouraged her to make skinnfells. After Tamara passed away unexpectedly, Aakre knew how she'd honor her daughter's memory.