Take to the sky, and you’ll never know who or what you’ll meet. “I’ve had eagles off my wing, just checking me out,” Alex Peterson says. “Actually, they’re really good guides. On one flight, I met three turkey vultures at 500 feet.
The schoolyard can be a microclimate for all sorts of shenanigans, melees and levels of social hierarchy at the most ridiculous levels, but who knew that recess could lay the groundwork for a future in television sports reporting.
Creating a dynamic space for individuals to discover themselves through active movement, Minnetonka Community Education’s (MCE) Moving Meditation with Chakradance program connects participants’ bodies to internal energies sourced from their aura, spirit, intelle
A little snow and ice won’t stop Minnesotans from getting together, but, it goes without saying, something else might.
Land of 10,000 Lakes—well, we all know just how important those glistening bodies of water are to us in the Bold North, especially in the warmer months. For many of us, they serve as the welcoming center of our outdoor sporting lives.
"Tourney Time" explores the Minnesota boys’ state hockey tournament.
The National Rugby Football League (NRFL) is poised to move the sport into the U.S.
South Shore softball leagues provide comradery and competition.
Minnetonka High School senior—and NCAA Division II triathlete recruit for New York's Daemen College—Bella Buenting has devoted most of her life to her passion.
Watch the first local dog sled race in over 85 years.
Don’t miss one of Lake Minnetonka’s favorite winter events—the North American Pond Hockey Championship.