Guinness World Record
The massive crowd of zombies that took over downtown Minneapolis Saturday night was one for the record books.
It’s the one thing that surrounds everyone at the game. For Seattle it’s a comfort, for their opposition, it can sometimes be a nightmare.
The Minnesota Vikings’ final game at the Metrodome is Sunday, but they aren’t the only ones moving out. After 24 years, Minnesotans have been lacing up their skates and hitting the concourses for the RollerDome. But Monday night’s skate was the second to last inside the dome. After Friday, the RollerDome will be history.
A cast of Minnesota beer enthusiasts has a frosty ambition: To stage the largest snowball fight ever. The group started to nurture the state’s craft brewing industry announced the goal Wednesday and hopes to achieve it during the Beer Dabbler Winter Carnival on Jan. 25 at the state fairgrounds.
A local attempt to break the record for the world’s longest baseball game came to a premature end late Tuesday evening. The group PDH Baseball (Pitching Hitting Defense Baseball) was aiming to play 72 hours straight.
t three hours a game, some would complain baseball is already a long sport. But this week, the Metrodome is home to what could be the longest game ever.
Trevor Thenell pulled off a wheelie for 1,200 feet on the ice of Sturgeon Bay. The Wisconsinite did it at 112 miles per hour, shattering the old mark of 256 feet at 108 mph.
It’s Military Appreciation Day out at the Minnesota State Fair. Gov. Mark Dayton made an appearance a little while ago at the Carousel Park stage to recognize recently returned service members from all branches of the military and their families.
As a child growing up in foster care in Minnesota, Jackie Miley never had that most quintessential childhood toy: the teddy bear.
Two Minnesota men with an odd hobby have now made history. Brett Carow and Sam Hennemann broke the Guinness World Record for “longest marathon playing a board game” on Saturday.
The world record for the longest wedding train on a dress was broken in Bucharest, Romania.
An 85-year-old man from Onalaska has made it into the Guinness World Record’s book for the most perfect games of Wii Sports Bowling.