Finding Minnesota: Cruising Down Memory Lane At Spomer ClassicsA former Minnesota auto dealer used to be in the business of selling cars. Now, he's dealing in something a little more personal: memories.
Goodbye To The Metrodome: A Look Back At The Best MomentsIt's the end of an era. With its 32-year life coming to an end on Sunday, we took a look back at some of the best memories at the Metrodome. The dome, which opened on April 3, 1982, was home to not only the Minnesota Vikings -- who play its final game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday -- but the Minnesota Twins, before Target Field's introduction.
Vikings Blog: An American Football Fan In LondonSince 2005, the NFL has hosted an International Series by having a regular season game played outside of the United States. The first game in London was played in 2007 when the New York Giants defeated the Miami Dolphins 13-10.
Vikings Blog: Memorable Metrodome Moments Aplenty For Vikings Fans
Good Question: Why Do We Remember Some Things And Forget Others?Maybe you remember Joe Mauer’s batting average, but forget your boyfriend’s birthday. Or you always remember a face, but never remember a name.
Good Question: How Do We Remember Big Events So Vividly?We often have a hard time recalling random days and details in our lives. But when tragic events like the 35-W bridge collapse happens, we can remember where we were and who we were with. So, why does that happen?
Memories Of Dark StarSaturday morning we’ll pay tribute to a man at Canterbury Park. I’ll be in a group of friends, acquaintances, radio listeners, hanger-ons and some of his former “nuts at night” that Dark Star entertained with complete confidence and irreverence for 25 years on WCCO and 66 years through a remarkable life.