Almost a year after it won legislative approval, the Vikings stadium is still stirring up controversy. But Target Center? Not so much. The proposed $150 million $135 million $100 million $121 million $100 million redo of the city-owned arena is inching along, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak said this week. “We’re moving. We continue to have conversations. We’re close, but we’re not Read more

The Minnesota Twins and Target Field’s food service provider unveiled this season’s specials today. They’ll have some of rookies from previous seasons, from Walk-A-Tacos to Fulton Brewing beer. But they’re also introducing a variety of new or changed items throughout the stadium, according to Pete Spike, the general manager for Delaware North Companies’ Minnesota Sportservice, Read more

Gov. Mark Dayton yesterday made reference to the appointment of a legislative committee that may grapple with the Vikings stadium’s ongoing issues. He dropped a few names, but here’s the official list of the members of the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Sports Facilities. Here’s the Senate side: And the House membership: For the record, Dayton Read more

Governor Mark Dayton today sounded a different tone after critical remarks on whether the Gambling Control Board was as open as it should have been about the gambling industry’s role in estimating the revenue the state could expect from electronic pulltabs. Asked about the industry’s role for a second day, he defended his administration’s previous consultations with the Read more