Historic Wabasha Street Caves In St. Paul Begins New ChapterFrom swing dancing to disco, and gangsters to ghosts, there’s a place in St. Paul that’s had it all. And now it’s beginning a new chapter.
Dave Chappelle's George Floyd-Inspired '8:46' Nominated For GrammyChappelle's special "8:46" was nominated for Best Spoken Word Album. The set was Chappelle's immediate response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and the worldwide reckoning with racism that ensued.
Minnesota Poet, 'Iron John' Author Robert Bly Dies At 95“Dad had no pain. … His whole family was around him so how much better can you do?” his daughter, Mary Bly, said. Robert Bly died Sunday at his home in Minneapolis after suffering from dementia for 14 years.
Minnesota Dog Known For ‘Wiggly Joy’ Goes Viral On TikTokVideos of a super “wiggly” dog in the north metro are going viral.
St. Paul Native Dave Frishberg, Jazz Songwriter Who Wrote For 'Schoolhouse Rock,' Dies At 88His most famed works were the tunes he contributed to the Saturday morning animated interstitials for <em>Schoolhouse Rock</em>. He was the creator for what was likely the series' signature ditty, "I'm Just A Bill."
Reality TV Show 'The B-----------' Erases WCCO From Minneapolis SkylineA popular reality TV show looks to have taken a piece of the Minneapolis skyline away. We can't help but wonder how everyone walking along the Mall in that shot knew whether warmer or cooler temperatures were on the way, or if it was going to rain.
'Jingle All The Way' Turns 25: A Look Back At The Last Big Minnesota-Made MovieOn Nov. 16, 1996, Minnesotans flocked to Mall of America for what was the biggest Hollywood movie premiere in state history.
Fmr. Sen. Al Franken Discusses Comedy Tour, Cancel Culture 4 Years Following ResignationFormer U.S. Senator Al Franken joined CBS Mornings Tuesday and discussed his return to comedy and gave his reaction to some former Senate colleagues who now say they regret calling for his resignation.
Guthrie Audience Member's Pre-Show Rant Delays Opening Night For 'Christmas Carol'In the video, the woman is seen yelling at other people standing near her to "get out of my country." According to another audience member's report, the incident happened "right as the lights were dimming to start the show and then we all heard yelling and it went crazy for like 40 minutes after that."
After More Than A Year-And-A-Half, Children's Theatre Company Reopens With 'Annie'During the pandemic, Twin Cities theaters have endured their share of hard knocks. But on Friday night, the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis welcomed back audiences for the first time in more than a year-and-a-half.
Dave Chappelle, Justin Bieber Spotted At Minneapolis' Lotus Restaurant Over The WeekendMinneapolis had some special visitors stop by some iconic spots this weekend.
On Eve Of Judy Garland's 100th Birthday, Grand Rapids Museum Showcases Star's Memorabilia“She, in and of herself, is just a timeless person. Her life and legacy will live on for many more years to come,” said Janie Heitz.
Sammy Hagar To Play 2022 Lakefront Music Fest In Prior LakeHagar and his band The Circle will play July 8 at the Prior Lake event, which is held at Lakefront Park. Hagar is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Hagar joins Toby Keith, Collective Soul and Ned LeDoux on the fest roster. One more artist is yet to be announced.
Kenny Chesney’s ‘Here And Now 2022’ Tour To Stop At US Bank Stadium In AugustAfter postponing his stadium tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenny Chesney is now planning on rocking out at U.S Bank Stadium this coming summer.
Twin Cities Ranked Among Top 30 Best Places In United States For HalloweenMinneapolis and St. Paul have been ranked among the top 30 places in the United States to celebrate Halloween.