Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.
Before getting involved with the Open World program, =, Rotary member, White Bear Lake resident and business consultant (think Shark Tank, but exclusively for food products) had no connection to Russia.
Most people know the names Jackie Robinson and Babe Ruth, but few have ever heard of John Wesley Donaldson.
Equestrians share a profound bond with the horses they ride, and when those riders share a bond with each other, it makes those times even sweeter.
On February 9th, the Olympic torch will once again light up our living rooms. We’ll huddle up on the couch next to family and friends. We’ll cheer and gasp and shout words of encouragement we secretly hope will travel through our television screens and inspire our favorite athletes.
Becki Boldt, mom and executive director of Hockey Moms USA, always had a passion for hockey.
This time of year is the one Beau Karlen and Camilo Mejia love most. Best friends for well over two decades, the pair share a contagious energy, love for life and penchant for winter sports of the high-speed, downhill variety.
Two coaches, one philosophy. That's one way to sum up the White Bear Lake Area High School boys and girls tennis teams, with coaches Jackson Farley and Christine Anderson at the helm.
Football is definitely a team sport. And John Schwietz and some other football parents at Mahtomedi High School wanted to make sure everyone felt like part of the team. “We wanted to take what was an ordinary experience and turn it into something extraordinary,” Schwietz says.
Christine McMakin has been curling since she was five years old; however, she jokes it’s technically been longer. “I always tell people ‘before I was born,’ because curling in my family is a big family sport,” McMakin says.
One of the satisfying aspects of any sport that involves striking a ball—golf ball, tennis ball, baseball—is the sound that results from solid contact. In the relatively new sport of pickleball, it’s the distinctive “pock” sound of a wooden paddle striking a plastic ball.