The last Holidazzle parade of the season was particularly memorable for one Minneapolis couple.
Many stores are moving away from traditional holiday lights and selling LED lights which are considered “greener.” That got us wondering, what do LEDs really save us?
This Holiday Season, don’t just throw out those old inefficient holiday lights, recycle them! For the third year in a row the Recycling Association of Minnesota asks you to do something green this holiday season. […]
Saturday’s snow became a glittering backdrop as Matt Echols asked his girlfriend, Kathryn Morris, an important question at the Holidazzle Parade.
See all of WCCO’s coverage of Target’s twentieth Holidazzle Parade.
The Target Holidazzle kicks off its 20th season of parades through downtown Minneapolis Friday night.
Thursday is the one night of the year where you can drive through the center of Downtown Minneapolis and not get a ticket.
Don’t be left in the cold — Hot Seats already are on sale for this year’s Target Holidazzle Parade in downtown Minneapolis.
Every year a parade of colorful displays, lights, costumes, music and dancing celebrates the holidays on its path down Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis. For the first time since the tradition began in 1992, the 19th parade opened with a fireworks display.
Holidazzle crowds came to experience old and new traditions in the 19th year of the Holidazzle parade.
For the first time, fireworks will kick off opening night of the annual Holidazzle parades in downtown Minneapolis.
Friday, November 26 Sponsor: Target Grand Marshal: Bullseye Choir: Target Spots Marching Band: Minnesota Freedom Band Saturday, November 27 Sponsor: Memorex Grand Marshal: Anthony Fedorov, American Idol Season 4 Finalist & Joseph, Joseph and the […]
It’s that time of year again, bring out your holiday lights and detangle the wadded mess! But what do you do with the strings that no longer light up? Don’t throw them out, RECYCLE YOUR […]
Next week is, of course, Thanksgiving. Once you’ve made it through your tryptophan-laden dinner and survived the madness of early morning Black Friday sales, what else is there to do over the long weekend? Plenty.