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Former players know where to sit at Hamline University’s venerable Hutton Arena, the historic and often-overlooked venue in St. Paul, because they know the one enduring quirk of the place: It’s stinking hot, even on the coldest nights. Bleachers on the side opposite the benches press up against the windows, which Hamline staffers keep cracked to counteract the hard-to-regulate heat from the building’s antiquated steam boiler system. That helps. A little. “A lot of teams complain we turn the heat up in their locker room,” said Hamline assistant coach Ed Cassidy, who played here in the late 1970s. “I said, ‘Come over to our locker room. It’s the same. We don’t like it any better.’ It can get stifling in here.” Wednesday night, as light snow fell outside along Snelling Avenue, Dan Holjie, Don Bulger and Gary Fridell — Hamline teammates in the early 1960s and still close friends — settled in atop the window-side … [Read more...] about When it comes to basketball history, the U of M has nothing on Hamline
Updated 12:28 pm PST, Monday, November 19, 2018 Police gather at the scene of a fatal shooting in the center row home in Philadelphia, Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Police say two men and two women have been found shot and killed in a basement in Philadelphia. Police gather at the scene of a fatal shooting in the center row home in Philadelphia, Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Police say two men and two women have been found shot and killed in a basement in Philadelphia. Photo: Matt Rourke, AP Photo: Matt Rourke, AP Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 Police gather at the scene of a fatal shooting in the center row home in Philadelphia, Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Police say two men and two women have been found shot and killed in a basement in Philadelphia. Police gather at the scene of a … [Read more...] about Police: 4 people found ‘executed’ in home’s basement
We all know that luxury hotels don’t come cheap, but just how expensive they are may surprise you. To find the most expensive hotels across the country, we teamed up with Booking.com who shared the most expensive hotel in every state with us, based on a one-night stay, using October 1st to 2nd as a baseline. Keep in mind that prices will vary across seasons. Read on to see where in your state you’ll find the most pricey hotels. ALABAMA: Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa in Point Clear The historical Alabama hotel was built in 1847, and had just 40 guest rooms. Today, it has over 400 rooms, as well as a private beach with two 18-hole golf courses, nine restaurants, and a spa. There’s also a lagoon-style outdoor pool, hot tub, and lap pool. The Grand Hotel Marriott Resort can cost up to $US369 a night. ALASKA: Chena Hot Springs Resort in Fairbanks The Chena Hot Springs were discovered by gold miners in 1905, and have been a beloved travel destination … [Read more...] about The most expensive hotel in every state