Guinness Book of World Records
The Minnesota State Fair may be for many a time to gorge on deep fried foods, or to check out the latest farm equipment, or to take a sip on one of the thrilling Mighty Midway rights. But it’s also a good time to get exposure to environmental issues affecting Minnesota.
Hockey and facial hair go together like peas and carrots. So when the founders of Movember came to the NHL about five years ago, the league saw the charity as a perfect fit.
Dairy Queen now owns the world record for the largest fruit sculpture ever after hiring an artist to build a 10-foot-tall tree. The restaurant chain sponsored the fruit sculpture in Calgary, Alberta, Canada earlier this month as part of a promotional event for its Orange Julius smoothies.
Just because a world record never existed before doesn’t mean it should never be allowed to remain unbroken. In that spirit, a number of pioneering students at St. Cloud State University ventured toward setting a new world record, and achieved their goal.
Summer usually marks family reunion season but it’s a reunion two years away from now that has one Minnesota family already planning. The Bauer family of Hastings wants to break the world record for its family reunion in 2015 — they’ll need to top 2,585 people to make that happen.
Hundreds of people headed to White Bear Lake this week for a chance at breaking a world record. Their goal was to make the longest ice cream sundae in the world, while raising money for cancer research.
A one-armed skydiver set out Wednesday morning to accomplish something no one has ever done before. Kevin Burkart set out to jump out of a plane more times than anyone else in history.
A Wisconsin costume company has broken the world record for most video game character costumes in one place.
A cat with two faces, Frank and Louie has just entered the Guinness Book of World Records by being the oldest cat with two faces.