Sportradar Partnership Will Bring Interactive Data Visuals to Sports Publications Worldwide

New York-based Arkadium’s InHabit technology will use data collected by Sportradar, which runs its U.S. operational HQ out of Minneapolis, to spice up online sports articles.

Jason Matheson's Disney Obsession Sparks New Media Project

TV/radio personality Jason Matheson’s Goofy fixation is the subject of his latest media project.

Will Minnesota Legalize Sports Betting This Session? It Doesn’t Seem to Be in the Cards

The chair of the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association has made it clear to legislative leaders that the state’s casino-owning tribes aren’t interested in adding sports betting to their offerings.

Ex-Medtech Entrepreneur Howard Root to Unveil World’s First Electric Luxury Fiberglass Pontoon

“This is really tailored for Minnesota lakes,” says Root of the Elux Marine pontoon. “It’s designed for a three-hour sun cruise, not to be a boat you take down a river or across the ocean.”

The Real Winners of the Jared Allen Curling Hype: The Hosting Club, Restaurant in Blaine

Hype over the former Minnesota Vikings player’s return to the state, this time in slick curling shoes and with a broom, pushed fans of both sports to pour into the Four Seasons Curling Club and connected restaurant, Sticks and Stones.

Minnesota’s First Indoor Skydiving Venue Opening This Week at Ridgedale Mall

For visitors of almost all ages, the Texas-based company iFly offers a realistic skydiving experience with 150 mile-per-hour wind tunnels, plus skydiving instruction, flight-themed STEM education programs, and more.

Twin Cities to Receive Estimated $11M Windfall from NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championships Next Week

Tickets to the volleyball tournament are nearly sold out. A nearby volleyball coaches convention is also expected to draw more than 2,800 people into Minneapolis.

Life Time’s First Built Facility in Eagan Gets $7M Renovation

The project, involving a new basketball court, new studios and an enhanced LifeCafe, is the largest portion of $30 million total spent in 2018 on improvements to several different company facilities.

Inside a St. Paul Company's Quest to Crowdfund a Board Game

How a game about 19th-century Afghanistan raised nearly a quarter million dollars.

Breaking Down the Business Deal Behind the Timberwolves’ Prince Jerseys

Nike gave special preference to the royal purple kit it designed through a partnership with the Prince estate. More Prince-themed Nike gear could become available, and new Prince music may even make its way to Target Center.

Super Bowl LII Drew in $370M in New Spending for Twin Cities

The economic impact report issued by the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee reveals several positive aspects of the game festivities’ impact on Minneapolis and St. Paul.

What Ever Happened to Albertville's "Mall of Entertainment"?

A highly touted theme park proposal appears stymied.

U.S. Boating Sales Highest in a Decade, Minnesota Among Top Five Buyers

A report showed sales of various types of boats and related products and services grew significantly last year, with Minnesota sales ranking near the top among the nation.

Inside Minnesota’s Legal Sports Gambling Advantage and the ‘Big Money’ Impact

One expert suggests tax from sports betting in the state won’t trump what the lottery brings in, but this could change over time.

Allianz Field Named as a Host for 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup

The under-construction future home of the Minnesota United soccer team will host two matches in next year’s tournament between national teams of the Caribbean and North and Central America.

Minnesota Women’s Hockey Team, the Whitecaps, Joins the NWHL

The local team, which boasts major talent, will turn professional as it officially joins the league’s four existing teams for the upcoming season.

Fishing Season Opening Day Celebration Hits Spicer Saturday

The annual event led by Explore Minnesota is expected to draw more than 500,000 fishing enthusiasts.

2019 Final Four Expected to Draw in 94,000 Visitors, $142M Economic Impact

Rockport Analytics, which provided traffic and spending amounts for Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, assembled a financial impact report for the next major sporting event coming to U.S. Bank Stadium.

Can Zivix Strike Another Chord with Its Newest Smart Guitar?

The Golden Valley music tech company is once again on track to surpass its crowdfunding goal.

Great Clips Salon Chain Lands NHL Partnership

The industry-leading company from Bloomington kicked off its new partnership with a hair-themed campaign tied to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Mall of America’s New Movie Theater to Feature New Industry Concept: A Food Hall

CMX Cinemas will debut May 4 at the mall with a new concept of a self-serve food and beverage market and cocktail-capable bar.

Minnesota United FC Season Tickets Sell Out, Starts Waitlist

Ticket sales show promise for match attendance in impending new Allianz Stadium.

Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival Among Hardest Hit by Weekend Blizzard

Turnout was less than half of last year’s Saturday opening, although the next day was about par with last year’s Sunday, which was Easter.

Olympic Champion Jessie Diggins Shines Gold on Minnesota

The Afton native wants to bring home cross country skiing’s world championship.

Rochester’s Chateau Theater, Seen as Key DMC Asset, Gets Funding Boost

The shuttered 1920s theater will host ‘interim uses’ with a $1 million infusion.

Minneapolis Lands Two-Year Extension as X Games Host

In addition to hosting the 2017 and 2018 summer competitions, the city will play host through 2020.

Polaris Facing Class-Action Lawsuit for Faulty Vehicles

The lawsuit was filed days after the company was hit with a $27.3 million punishment from government.

Polaris Agrees to $27M Penalty for Not Immediately Reporting Vehicle Hazards

The company will be improving its compliance program as a result and recalling another 107,000 of its Ranger off-road vehicles.

The Super Bowl Pregame that Wasn't

Hopes of turning the weekend prior to the big game into a major visitor magnet were not realized.

Four Entrepreneurs Strike Gold With Whimsical Mini Golf Course

Just over a year since opening, Can Can Wonderland has doubled its staff size and is preparing for a big expansion.

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