Are you ready for some scares? And we are talking real scares. The Haunted Basement at The Soap Factory in Minneapolis is one of the most frightening haunted houses in the state, if not the Midwest.
The Soap Factory has been pushing artistic boundaries as an art gallery in the St. Anthony Main neighborhood in Minneapolis for the past 25 years. True to form, their new exhibit “Art(ists) on the Verge 5″ is a program that features five Minnesota artists and their non-traditional installations.
The time of ghosts and goblins, vampires and werewolves, and things that go bump in the night is upon us. Want to get your scare on? You have all kinds of choices.
This is a warning — Halloween is almost here, and it’s time to get terrified. One of the creepiest haunted houses is open. It’s so scary you have to sign a waiver before going through.
Looking for a good scare this Halloween? Check out these adult-friendly haunts.
With Halloween just around the corner, haunted houses are popping up all over the Twin Cities.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning your weekend. Halloween is just around the corner, so it may be time to get your scare on. Not into that? How about a little German beer?
Didn’t get a chance to watch the WCCO-TV Saturday Morning show? We’ve got all the segments for you here.
Even when there isn’t time to visit a museum in person, it’s easy to get a virtual glimpse and any number of exhibitions.
There are plenty of party spots around the state for New Year’s Eve, especially in the Twin Cities, but if you’re looking for someplace romantic and away from the hustle and bustle, here are some alternatives well worth a look.
Thirteen sites in the Twin Cities metro area have now been awarded preservation grants of at least $20,000, and an addition 12 will receive some funding for their own restoration projects.
From an old factory filled with artificial limbs to a plant for turning animal fat into soap, the Soap Factory in the old milling district of Minneapolis has a long and somewhat haunted past.