After a season that started in early September, the NFL's final game is just around the corner. Minneapolis, Minnesota, is hosting the single biggest event in American sports, despite local disappointment that the home team came one win short of a Super Bowl appearance. But that didn't stop fans from braving brutally cold weather to check out the NFL's Super Bowl Experience. Arash Arabasadi reports from Minneapolis.
Minneapolis is known for being cold — extremely cold. But when the temperatures drop and the wind chill bites, how do local residents cope and still carry on with their day-to-day lives? VOA's Brian Allen will take you up into the sky, or more specifically, up into the Skyway to find out.