If you want to check out a copy of the novel Fifty Shades of Grey from a Hennepin County library this summer, get in line. The erotic best-seller is the county’s most requested book right now.
While some summer campers swim and eat smores, the kids at a summer camp in Hamel, Minn. will learn skills like “speaking to adults,” “having eye-contact,” and “telephone and cellular phone etiquette.”
The “Etiquette in Action” summeroffers a three-day crash course in manners, organized by the company Doors of Success.
The social networking website Foursquare allows users to “check in” when they go somewhere, and leave advice for other visitors.
Minneapolis residents know it’s summer when there’s a monster in the lake. Yesterday, it arrived.
Caring Bridge, a website that offers a way for family and friends to receive updates on a loved one’s medical condition, is launching a new service today.
Be prepared. Zombies are descending on Minnesota this weekend to
eat your brains participate in a 5K obstacle course.
Bicyclists rejoice. The week-long Twin Cities Bike Walk Week starts Saturday.
Looking to clean out your garage? Ramsey County is holding a one-day household hazardous waste drop-off event on May 26.
Got a library fine? Just read a book.That’s the message from the St. Paul Library. It kicked off a 30-day “Read down” challenge this week.
More than a thousand volunteers will be on hand to provide everything from dental exams to haircuts.