Talk about Minnesota nice! Captain Jim Brickson of The Salvation Army in Albert Lea, Minn., wants to set a world record by bell ringing 80 consecutive hours - all to raise money for people in need.
If Brickson finishes, he’ll go home to bed at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6. Watch a live video stream.
Have you been to Burnsville Performing Arts Center? It's a great spot to see a live show, especially during the holidays.
Tonic Solfa appears at BPAC on Dec. 4, then Shaun is back with Big Band Experience on Dec. 16.
There are also shows from Michael Bolton and Louie Anderson coming up.
You can save big on tickets on Black Friday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Meanwhile, check out holiday highlight from Tonic Solfa.
Is Trans-Siberian Orchestra's holiday show a tradition for your family? If so, you're in luck. The band is back for two performances at Target Center on December 14. Listen here as I chat with guitarist Al Pitrelli about TSO's music and the Christmas show that gets bigger and better every year.
This one is for any little boy who tried to put together the world's best treehouse. The ride into this one is the stuff kid dreams are made of. Simply awesome.
The Obamas have added to the family. Here's a look at Sunny, the First Family's new Portuguese water dog. (Mrs. Obama says Bo needed a playmate.)
Need a laugh? This pint-sized window washer should do it.
He shoots, he scores! Check out how a
In this clip from CBS Sunday Morning, Huey Lewis talks to CBS reporter John Blackstone about his love of music and of dealing with success after years of struggle.
A trio of fishermen recently caught a shark so large it could set a world record. They snagged it off the coast of Huntington Beach, California on Monday and were celebrating the catch by talking to the media on Tuesday.
The 11-foot long, more than 1,300 pound shark was caught about 15 miles offshore, and it took more than two hours to reel it in using a quarter-mile of finishing line.