Twin Cities Pride Festival
It’s a historic year for the annual Twin Cities Pride festival — the event comes just a day after the Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage nation-wide.
Have you wanted to get on a Nice Ride, but haven’t? Or is there a food truck you’ve wanted to try but haven’t tracked it down yet? Well, you’re in luck! They are just two of the things we’re talking about while we’re working for the weekend!
June is National LGBT Pride Month and Minnesotans have five marvelous LGBT-friendly ways to celebrate.
Even people who don’t live near a lake or river saw flooding Saturday. There were flash floods rushing through places like the Uptown area of Minneapolis. On many a day, you’ll find Bryan Meyer and his friends enjoying the view from his apartment stoop.
This summer, several anticipated festivals pull the communities together and lend themselves to a world of outdoor fun. Check out these fun events and summer festivals.
This year’s Twin Cities Pride Festival was one of joy and celebration for gay rights advocates.
Friday marks the start of the annual Twin Cities Pride Celebration. Minneapolis and St. Paul host one of the largest Pride weekends in the nation, bringing in nearly a half million people from around the country.
Officials announced Wednesday that popular local athlete and gay rights activist will be the grand marshal at this year’s PRIDE parade.
The Twin Cities will be a hot spot this weekend, and we’re not just talking about the weather. There are several festivals and events taking place that will draw thousands of people from across the country.
There are plenty of events to look forward to this weekend, including the “Back to the 50s” car show, the Twin Cities Pride Festival, Lake City Water Ski Days and the Walker Art Center Open Field.