As the creator of the Minnesota State High School All Hockey Hair Team, each March I upload to my website www.gameonmn.com my annual love letter to salad, flow, mullets, man-buns, Biebers, afros, and mullets. So, what's the deal with hair, and hockey hair specifically?
Hygge is a Danish concept which roughly describes that warm and fuzzy feeling when you're surrounded by good food and good company
Winter makes you want to cozy up to your favorite everything: blankets, books, music. Favorites are great. However, sometimes it does the body good to go outside of your comfort zone and discover something new. This is a challenge to make music discovery a part of your life this winter! I recruited musicians from all around the state to help give you a starting point by having them answer this:
We were made to be beautiful. We were made to shine. Find you. Do you. With confidence and grace. I can guarantee it will inspire someone else.
End of the Road Beard And Mustache Championship - During the Ely Winter Festival
Roughly 50-60 years ago, Detroit Lake was known for the purest of ice. In fact, ice harvesting was the second largest industry in Becker County, second only to timber and logging, with the winter of 70-71 as the last harvest. Since then, ice harvesting has remained a topic in local museums and historical guides, but now - as we enter into 2018 - ice harvesting is back on Detroit Lake! Jan 11-12: Ice Harvest, Feb 8-19: Polar Fest. For more information visit: www.PolarFestDL.com
During the week of November 6th-10th United Ways across the state are challenging Minnesotans to make a difference in their community by spreading simple acts of kindness, generosity, and love.
The powerful combination of film and social media have created an opportunity for one rural community to see its story told in a way it has never seen itself before.
Welcome to the land of 10,000 lakes. Well, actually, there are more than that, but we must've run out of collective fingers and toes and said, heck, 10,000 is good enough. It could be that we couldn't handle a number any larger.
Grand Rapids Painter Attracts International Attention For Unprecedented Artwork Soon to Travel in Major Museum Exhibition
Lake Time Magazine has been 'green' from the beginning. It's important to us to bring our readers and communities a sustainable publication, who continues to give back.
Artist Nicholas Markell has won the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources trout and salmon stamp contest with a painting of a brown trout. The painting was selected by judges from among 14 submissions for the annual contest.