The mpls downtown council is excited to bring Holidazzle to Loring Park. As downtown Minneapolis’ premier holiday celebration, Holidazzle has delighted residents, visitors and downtown employees for years. In 2018, this tradition is again bringing family-friendly programming to Loring Park completely free. Foods, Beverages and Gifts On Site. Meet Santa Claus. Live Music. Fireworks. Outdoor Movies. Activities and More! 2018 Holidazzle dates: Thursdays through Sundays, November 23-December 23 Thursdays from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. | Fridays from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. | Sundays from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Jingle Bell Junction is a free holiday pop-up event at 6th Street and Nicollet that offers downtown fun for all ages. Get a behind the scenes look at downtown art inside the Traveling Museum, enjoy a Street Show, and challenge your friends in ladder ball, Connect Four or chess. Stop by on a Thursday or Friday night in December to participate in live metal casting and create your own souvenir. Catch the exciting new holiday light show and take in the scene as the lights of Nicollet pulse to a musical soundtrack—all while you await your bus or free sleigh ride to Holidazzle in Loring Park. For more info, visit https://www.mplsdid.com/news_article/show/969388
A Northern Irishman and an Australian decide to do a podcast…what could possibly go wrong?
Live every Thursday from 7pm-ish at Brit's Pub, John Cosgrove and Stephen Quinn are The Crafty Rogues, your weekly dose of Futbol, culture and craic. Come and have a pint with the boys at the pub, or catch every show on 1500ESPN.com, Podcast One, and iTunes.
*No Americans were harmed in the making of this podcast.
In this rip-roaring classic, the audience is treated to a hilarious behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the farce Nothing On. Despite nerves, dropped lines and technical difficulties, they make it through rehearsal and open the show. As time goes by, things deteriorate until pandemonium ensues and axe-wielding co-stars, drunken cast members and misplaced sardines take center stage during a disaster of a performance that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.”