Minneapolis Convention Center
Hurry, hurry. Step right up to the University of Minnesota’s “Physics Circus.”
WCCO first met the Coon Rapids Gospel Choir back in October. They were rehearsing for an appearance that never happened.
The 14th annual Project Homeless Connect in Minneapolis is underway at the Convention Center. They will serve about 1,800 people at the event, providing those in need with a variety of different services.
‘Tis the season! Get yourself in the mood for the upcoming holidays by attending one of these spirited holiday concerts.
A nine-year-old Minneapolis boy and a Minneapolis 911 operator are being honored for helping to save a 2-year-old girl’s life. According to City of Minneapolis representatives, 9-year-old Rodrigo Sosa called 911 on May 5 because his little sister was unconscious from a seizure.
Minneapolis has been home to internationally-acclaimed orchestra and classical music events since the early 1900s. Today, Minnesota is home to a variety of venues and performances dedicated to bringing the enjoyment of classical music to everyone.
This weekend, the Minneapolis Convention Center hosts the 2012 National Truck Driving Championships, otherwise known as the Superbowl of Safety.
Tickets are on sale for an onstage discussion featuring Garrison Keillor and author Diane Wilson in Minneapolis next month.
20 years ago, the first Charter School in the nation opened in St Paul, after the Minnesota legislature passed the first chartered school law.
Former President Bill Clinton will be the headline speaker for a Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party dinner in August.
More than 400 top local businesspeople are helping young job seekers hone their interview techniques this week at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Protestors gathered Tuesday morning outside the Minneapolis Convention Center, where shareholders of the Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank were scheduled to start their annual meeting.
The Northwest Sportshow is making its way to the Minneapolis Convention Center for five days of outdoor fun from March 28 – April 1.
The Twin Cities has all the major sports—pro football, basketball, hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, and lacrosse. There’s a well-regarded minor league baseball team, co-owned by comedian Bill Murray. But a newer sport is gaining traction: Roller Girls.
Golfers are ready to kick off the unofficial start to the 2012 golf season in Minnesota.