One Minnesota club doesn’t want your kids to back down from a fight. Instead, they want them to embrace that energy and pick up a sword. The Minnesota Sword Club has been around for 30 years.
Science and Math are usually subjects kids want to run from in the summer. But one local camp is tricking students into learning by doing creative projects. Leonardo’s Basement does everything from art projects to lego building and cooking classes.
In the Minnesota summertime, it’s all about gardening, but if you’re in a rut when it comes to landscaping, there’s a new trend families can get on board with. The Minnesota Garden Railway Society builds backyard railways.
One way cell phones have definitely changed our lives is the way we walk. We have phones out and eyes down, which can cause all kinds of problems says Minneapolis Police Inspector Bryan D. Schafer. “When you have that phone out in the open, you become a target,” Schafer said.
Forget sleeping, some studies show as many as 50 percent of people admit working from bed from time to time. Even though you’ve been told to keep electronic gadgets out of the bedroom, one group now wants you to turn them on in order to relax.
Noticing bags or dark circles under your eyes? You’re not alone. Good news: There are fixes for under-eye flaws. We had Jamie Yuccas and Natalie Nyhus go to Prischmann Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Edina to get some easy tips on battling those dark circles.
Google glass is a wearable computer. Developers are getting a chance to try out the futuristic shades first so they can give input and create apps.
Take your valuables out of your car before you head to the lake, park or to a Twins game. Last year, Minneapolis police dealt with nearly 4,000 car break-ins, and they say there have been 1,200 so far this year.
One person’s investment is another person’s traffic jam, which is at least the way Minneapolis is looking at it.
They roamed the earth millions of years ago, now they’re on display at the Minnesota Zoo. But that’s not all that’s happening — families can also get an up close look at Africa.
They’re cute and cuddly, and they put a smile on the faces of patients in the hospital. They’re called Medical Monkeys.
Minnesota is in the midst of a baby boom. Everything from squirrels to birds to bunnies to deer is breeding and that has the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center busy.
One child is dead, two others are injured and another is missing after a hillside gave way Wednesday during a fourth grade field trip at a St. Paul park, according to Fire Marshal Steve Zaccard. In a press conference, authorities said that multiple crews continue to search the area for the missing child.
Every day a quarter of a million people ride Metro Transit buses and trains. They’re leaving behind their cars and high gas prices, and according to officials, nearly 20,000 items. That’s what riders lost last year, a figure which includes about 1,200 bikes.
What’s 10,000 Minutes of MN Craft Beer? It’s a packed week with member events and 612 Brew is a good place to start, as a cold one could, in fact, be considered art.