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Players meet the media; fans watch live televised festival. [Read More]
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Rick Evans said he will leave at the end of December after eight months on the job. [Read More]
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NFL leader says football, corporations can help kids and sponsor big events. [Read More]
Metro Transit will replace trains with buses all day on the Blue Line. . [Read More]
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Metro Transit will replace trains with buses all day on the Blue Line. [Read More]
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Planners will reveal unprecedented strategy to keep fans out of the cold on Super Bowl Sunday... [Read More]
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Most of the 10,000 volunteers for Super Bowl LII joyfully raised their thunder sticks and new "Bold North" purple mittens at a pep rally-orientation Sunday... [Read More]
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Meanwhile, it released detailed plans on street closings downtown, beginning two weeks before the game. [Read More]
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Plans released Thursday center on three downtown hubs of activity: the stadium, convention center and Nicollet Mall. [Read More]
Planners have been going building by building around the stadium figuring out security logistics. [Read More]
ESPN will broadcast from inside the skyscraper beginning on Wednesday before the game. [Read More]
The Economic Club of Minnesota is sponsoring the lunch Nov. 15 at the Minneapolis Hilton. Ecolab CEO Doug Baker will moderate the discussion. [Read More]
ESPN will broadcast from inside the skyscraper beginning on Wednesday before the game. [Read More]
ESPN will broadcast from inside the skyscraper beginning on Wednesday before the game. [Read More]
Concerns about security, management continue as Super Bowl nears. [Read More]
The pop mega-producers discussed their plans for the free outdoor concerts as organizers unveiled the look and layout. [Read More]
The events will be free on Nicollet Mall. [Read More]
King of Diamonds added by mistake in list of local businesses for big game. [Read More]
Two star producers will coordinate the acts for the 10-day public event starting Jan. 26. [Read More]
Minnesota-bred producers in charge of big names for 10 days of free concerts. [Read More]
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