The brewery came up with a creative way to repurpose unused cans.
Liam Robbins and Marcus Carr were too much for the previously undefeated Wolverines.
The latest figures from MDH.
Visitors left an "unacceptably high amount" of damage last year.
Law enforcement agencies have issued a plea to the general public.
Security is also being ramped up at the state capitol.
The Maplewood company has obtained a temporary injunction against the firm.
It comes after The Washington Post reported that the country's COVID vaccine reserves have been exhausted.
The infomercial icon visited the White House Friday.
The Timberwolves star was among several players that are dealing with COVID-related issues.
All this week, we're taking quick peeks at the Vikings' four Super Bowl appearances. Here are the highlights from Jan. 12, 1975, at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans where the Purple People Eaters clashed with the Steel Curtain.
At least one person on the BMTN staff was actually at this game. He was 16, and his Dad took his three sons from freezing St. Paul to balmy Pasadena on a wild charter flight. (Everybody was smoking cigarettes and cigars. On the plane!) Thanks, Dad. And thanks YouTube, for allowing someone to post this three-part look back at the last time the Purple were in the big game.
Four up, four down. That's the Vikings Super Bowl history, as we all know too well. But it's still kind of fun to take a peek at that fading video, starting with IV against the Chiefs in 1970.
We're posting this story because it's important to find positives during negative situations. So maybe it was a good thing the Vikings went 3-13. Think about it ... those Super Bowl tickets aren't cheap. The average ticket costs $2.750.
Before you can complain about that Madonna halftime show, the odds for winning next year’s Super Bowl are out. According to the MGM Grand Sports Book in Las Vegas, the Patriots are 5-1 favorites. The Vikings weren't as fortunate...
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe has an opinion on just about everything, including the Super Bowl. He's predicting a Patriots victory because head coach Bill Belichick knows how to put his team in a favorable position, and quarterback Tom Brady won't want to feel the sting of another Super Bowl loss.
Outlandish Super Bowl XLVI connections to the Vikings? We got 'em, right here...
Columnist Dave DeLand of the St. Cloud Times may speak for all Vikings fans when it comes to yet another Super Bowl: The game simply doesn’t have much of a Minnesota connection. Again.
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