Twin Cities Pride Parade Honors NYC Stonewall RiotsNo amount of gray and gloom in the sky could silence the colorful celebration energizing the streets of Minneapolis. And the few drops of rain the fell sure weren’t going to put a damper on this parade.
'Pride Is Home': Twin Cities Pride Festival Attendees Speak OutHere is a peek into some sights and sounds from the Twin Cities Pride Festival on Saturday (2:01). WCCO 4 News at 10 -- June 22, 2019
Talking Points: Gay Couples Face Adoption And Fostering HurdlesAmong those celebrating at the Twin Cities Pride Festival and parade today were many families with gay moms and dads-- and their children. But the road to becoming a parent for gay couples remains difficult, even for those trying to adopt or take in foster kids.
Lynx Celebrating Annual Pride Night SaturdayThe Minnesota Lynx announced they will celebrate their annual Pride Night on Saturday as they host the New York Liberty.
Officers Won't Wear Uniforms In This Year's Pride ParadeMinneapolis police officers won’t be wearing their uniforms in the up-coming Pride parade.
Surge Cycle Hosts Pride Ride For Homeless YouthA cycling gym in St. Louis Park is helping to raise money for homeless youth during Twin Cities Pride Festival. St. Louis Park's Surge Cycle is hosting 45 minute spinning class Saturday morning.
Twin Cities Pride Weekend EventsThe Twin Cities Pride Festival is taking place in Minneapolis this weekend. Check here for a full schedule of events.
Film Playing During Pride Highlights 'How Love Won' In Minnesota"How Love Won: The Fight For Marriage Equality In Minnesota" powerfully highlights the historic defeat of the proposed marriage amendment in 2012 and the subsequent legalization of gay marriage soon after.
Excellent Educator: Robbinsdale Middle School's Gretchen EnseleinMs. Gretchen Enselein from Robbinsdale Middle School is a ball of energy. She uses that energy to engage students, even those faced with suspension. That's what makes her this week's Excellent Educator.
Minnesota Officials React To SCOTUS Marriage Equality RulingThe Supreme Court of the United States ruled Friday that same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. While Minnesota was an early adopter of marriage equality, that didn't stop them from celebrating and voicing their support of the ruling.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsHave 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!
Best Bars In Minnesota To Celebrate Pride MonthYou'll need the extra carbs to withstand the dance floor cardio for the rest of the night, as these regulars never stop moving.
Local Music Tap: A Look At Pride 2015's Massive Music LineupThe weekend of PRIDE Twin Cities is fast approaching, and, man, do they have a lot of local musicians on their entertainment lineup.
Thousands Hit Minneapolis To Celebrate Pride WeekendHundreds of thousands of people hit Loring Park this weekend as part of the annual Pride Festival in Minneapolis. The event, which celebrates the LGBT community and gay rights, is one of the largest of its kind in the entire country.
New York Times Survey Lists Minneapolis As LGBT Travel Hot SpotAfter Minnesota became one of the first states in the Midwest to legalize same-sex marriage, it became a new travel ‘hot-spot.’ According to the New York Times, Minneapolis is now on the list of "up and coming LGBT" places to visit, especially with the Pride celebration coming up. New York Times completed the survey after talking with gay and lesbian travel experts.