It’s the last weekend of July, and there is absolutely no shortage of great things to do as summer gets ready to move into its final stretch. Here are three great suggestions to get you started.
Rain or shine — here are some of the best ideas Jason Matheson came up with for this weekend.
Now that the weather’s getting nice, Minnesota’s most common pest is popping out. The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District said over the Memorial Day weekend there was an explosion in the mosquito population.
Memorial Day is almost upon us. The holiday marks the beginning of the summer season, and as such, it’s also the beginning of summer vacation for many.
While compiling a list of the best romantic movies, many of the titles I immediately shortlisted actually functioned as “anti-romantic” classics. And furthermore, many of the titles that were still technically lush, swooning depictions of starry-eyed bliss still retained elements of unrequited love.
It appears we are right smack dab in the middle of our least favorite season in Minnesota — construction. As such, a number of road construction projects will tangle up traffic through the weekend.
There are three potential headaches awaiting motorists in the metro this weekend. A section of Highway 62 — between Highway 100 and 35W — is closed in both directions for the weekend, as crews are demolishing the Penn Avenue Bridge. The closure will last until 5 Monday morning, and detours are posted.
The Minnesota Legislature is meeting over the weekend as the clock counts down on the regular session. The House and Senate are both convening Saturday.
Large crowds are expected at pubs across the Twin Cities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend. Festivities are expected to start as early Friday evening and last through Sunday night and into Monday.
Falling temps and forecasted snow for Feb. 1-4 have caused MnDOT to postpone weekend construction on the Xerxes Avenue Bridge.
Some scheduled construction work means that buses will be replacing trains along a stretch of the Hiawatha LRT line this weekend.
Get ready for yet another weekend of major road closures across the Twin Cities metro.
Extensive flood damage in northeast Minnesota could disrupt your weekend plans.
Meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Chanhassen say the weekend storms have probably eliminated the drought in many areas of the state due to an unusually dry winter, which threatened lake levels and crop irrigation.
Interstate 94 in Minneapolis will remain open this weekend after plans to close the road fell through (again) due to the impending stormy weather, MnDOT said.