Will Singer Sam Smith Embrace the Style of the North?

Xcel Energy Center gifts the king of love ballads a Duluth Pack bag.

Football Tech Startup GoRout Lands $1M in Seed Financing, New City Loan

Proceeds from the Rochester loan will be used to expand operations, create jobs and develop a new product, identified as “on field-mixed reality training.”

Meet Hodder, the Production Co. Making Hollywood Magic in Minnesota

A look at a Minneapolis-based production company that’s flown under the radar while creating TV specials for high-profile clients such as UnitedHealth Group, ABC, the CW, and Amazon.

Minneapolis Startup NoSweat Inks Deal to Be Official Licensed Partner of PGA Tour

The agreement boosts the “validity” of the company’s product, which eliminates sweat from headwear, and marks big growth as NoSweat anticipates dipping into new market ventures.

Is Minnesota Experiencing Festival Fatigue?

Despite a glut, local organizers say the more the merrier.

Minneapolis Tries to Woo the NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four

The voting committee’s visit was timed to coincide with the WNBA All-Star Game.

Cambria Introduces “Cambria Kitchen” for Live Culinary Demos at State Fair

Built as an update to Le Sueur-based Cambria’s fair space, the kitchen will feature appearances from renowned chef Andrew Zimmern and HGTV host Scott McGillivray.

At New Alamo Drafthouse in Woodbury: Don’t Be Tardy or You’ll Miss the Party

The Austin-based Cinema opens its first Midwest location.

Latino-Influenced Brewery with Attached Soccer Field Opening in Minneapolis

La Doña Cerveceria, located in the Harrison neighborhood of Minneapolis, will include a taproom, art gallery and patio soccer field for a 3 vs. 3 league.

Topgolf Using Intel Gathering, Games to Hire 500 Staffers for New Brooklyn Center Venue

The golf-themed activity venue is now hiring for all positions. Front-of-house candidates are invited to participate in unique task and game-based “auditions,” starting early August.

Polaris Becomes Founding Partner At US Bank Stadium

The deal allows Polaris to showcase its products on game days.

U Of M, United States Golf Association Form Research Partnership

The USGA wants to revitalize the game of golf with the help of the state’s largest higher education institution.

Has The Armory's Time Finally Come?

A new concert and event venue may finally repurpose the Minneapolis landmark.

Medtronic Strikes Naming Rights Deal For Stadium Plaza

The open space in front of the stadium will be named Medtronic Plaza for at least 10 years.

The Devil Is In The Details When It Comes To St. Paul’s Soccer Stadium Hopes

What is the best-case scenario for St. Paul soccer? I spoke with a few of St. Paul’s most interested parties to find out their hopes for any soccer stadium deal at Snelling and University Avenues.

Why The U Of M's Decision To Postpone A Vote On The 'Athletics Village' Is Good News

The Board of Regents' decision to delay a vote on the project means that the Gopher's track programs may finally be a priority.

Q&A: 30 Watt, Makers Of Prank Packs And Amusing Everyday Items

The founders of 30 Watt break down how they created an alternative humor products brand that procured shelf space at nearly every major retailer across the U.S.

A Fair With No Fowl

A plan for dealing with the empty poultry barns at the State Fair.

Tough Jobs: Stadium Clean-Up Director

You think your job is difficult? Try having this one.

Fitness Video Maker Wellbeats Receives $2.8M In Backing

LFE Capital is financing Wellbeats as the company aims to expand its video catalog and range of availability.

Minneapolis' next craft brewery wants to be different. Just not 'Minnesota different'

Modist Brewing Company plans on making beers that "don’t necessarily currently exist." What they don't plan to offer: growlers.

Arctic Cat Posts Slipping Sales

ATV sales slump the most as Arctic Cat attempts “to aggressively reduce non-current inventory.”

Coleman: St. Paul 'only viable path' for Minnesota pro-soccer stadium

Coleman indicated St. Paul may present the best hope “…to make sure Minnesota has a Major League Soccer team.”

Horse Racing Is Dying In America. So Why Is Canterbury Park Thriving?

The track is booming, thanks to a well-timed deal with the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community and a focus on attracting younger patrons. The zebra races don't hurt either.

Does The Soccer Stadium Saga Mean MLS Is The Smartest Professional Sports League-Or The Most Fickle?

Over a three-month period, the MLS went from awarding a new franchise in Minnesota to threatening to yank it away.

Snow Me the Money: Rebate Program Brings Hollywood To Minnesota

Snowbate likely means $1.5 million rebate for “Wilson” producers.

Q&A: Bob Fuchs, Manager Of The Electric Fetus

How the popular music landmark is tackling changing trends and maintaining relevance in the dawn of digital.

Met Council Awards Cleanup Grants To Former Macy’s, Superior Plating Site

Twenty percent of the awarded grants will go to decontaminating the Macy’s building of asbestos and lead-based paint.

Vikings Stadium Naming Rights Go To U.S. Bank

Stadium to be named after the fifth-largest commercial bank in the U.S.

Are Minnesota United's Owners Looking At Alternative Stadium Sites - Outside Minneapolis?

A remark made by a team official during a public forum earlier this month gave life to a rumor that a frustrated a ownership group is considering St. Paul as a host.

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