Joke telling is an ancient art. The earliest recorded joke was discovered by archaeologist Howard Carter in the tomb of…
LeeAnne’s Bridal earned some statewide attention a couple of years ago for giving free wedding dresses to military and first responder brides. Imagine that: Coming home from serving our nation in some sand-blasted place, finally able to settle down in hometown North Dakota, seeing your beautiful bride as a rhapsody in lace on your much anticipated wedding day, and knowing that your community loves and cares for you. LeeAnne’s Bridal owner Cindy Dokken may not want such a credit, but it’s hers nonetheless.
Practicing yoga has many benefits: taking time to breathe, a chance to calm the mind, and getting a decent stretch, for starters. When these are the very things you need in your life, head over to Imbue Yoga in south Minneapolis. A cozy yoga studio located in the Witch District, it is the perfect spot to enliven your soul and renew your spirit.
Hosting the Super Bowl just brought a lot of well-deserved attention to downtown Minneapolis. Approximately 70,000 were fortunate enough to come to The Big Game in person, among whom were visitors from 130 countries. Over one hundred million people joined the festivities by watching our massive new stadium on TV as well. Our guests are still clamoring about how visiting downtown Minneapolis is the greatest, but they’re only right to some degree — because living here is even greater still.
Grilling, broiling, barbecuing — whatever you want to call it — is an art, not just a matter of building a pyre and throwing on a piece of meat as a sacrifice to the gods of the stomach.
Few things usher out the cold, stale doldrums of winter like a healthy dose of spring cleaning. I’m talking about tossing open those shades, throwing open the windows, and really getting down and dirty! Before you know it, your house will smell, look, and feel as fresh as that warm spring breeze.