Stocking Stuffers from AAA Minneapolis

Stocking Stuffers from AAA Minneapolis
From hats with rechargeable lights to plug in for curling irons, Linda Snyder from AAA Minneapolis stopped by with great stocking stuffers to get the person who loves to travel. Now through December 21st, 2019, everything at the the AAA Minneapolis Travel Store is 15% off with the exception of Briggs and Riley luggage. You will find the...

Worth the Trip: Best Holiday Lights in Minnesota

Worth the Trip: Best Holiday Lights in Minnesota
Our Worth the Trip series highlights the best spots in certain categories, ranging from the best places to play bingo to the best Mexican restaurants. For the holiday season, we asked you to tell us your favorite spots to see holiday light shows in the state. Twin Cities Live's Mike Marcotte shares the five locations with the most votes. For...

Minnesota Monthly’s Best of Minnesota Party

Minnesota Monthly’s Best of Minnesota Party
On Wednesday, December 4th, Minnesota Monthly will host their Best of Minnesota Party at Aria in Minneapolis. It showcases the best of food, drink and businesses that call Minnesota home. Jerrod Sumner, the Aesthetic Director for Minnesota Monthly, stopped by to share the stories of some businesses you will find at the Best of Minnesota...

Best Bets Down 169

Best Bets Down 169
Chankaska Creek Ranch and Winery is located in Kasota – about one hour and fifteen minutes southwest of Minneapolis.  It’s a simple drive down highway 169.  On your way down, there are plenty of great spots to visit.  Local guy about town, Mike Marcotte, gives us his best bets. Pablo’s Mexican Restaurant, Shakopee Mystic lake...

TCL in Your Town: Santa Claus

TCL in Your Town: Santa Claus
Before heading to the North Pole to load up all his toys, Santa makes a stop to what we think is Santa’s vacation home in Eden Prairie!  You can make an appointment to see Santa, enjoy treats, watch a movie, and even have breakfast with Jolly Old St. Nick!  Click here for more information on Santa’s North Pole Experience at the historic...

Celeste St. Paul

Celeste St. Paul
At. Agatha’s Conservatory of Music and Arts(1884-1961) was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1884 well before the construction of what is now known as the Exchange Building. The Conservatory was the first fine arts school in Minnesota .Its classes in music, art, expression and dancing generated the income needed to support the...

Travel the Danube River with Elizabeth

Travel the Danube River with Elizabeth
In July 2020, you are invited to travel with Elizabeth and Twin Cities Live on a river cruise through Europe! Richfield-based Carrousel Travel is planning the excursion, which takes place July 25th through August 1st. For the full itinerary and price information, click here. If you book your cabin by November 15th, you will receive a...

TCL Takes Seattle: The Butchart Gardens

TCL Takes Seattle: The Butchart Gardens
This week TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson has been giving us an insider’s look at the beautiful city of Seattle. She recently toured the Emerald City with 39 Twin Cities Live viewers and AAA Minneapolis. She went to the tip top of the Space Needle, saw incredible blown glass at Chihuly Gardens, went wine tasting and yesterday took us to Pike Place...

Multigenerational Travel

Multigenerational Travel
Take the entire family on your next vacation! Linda Snyder from AAA Minneapolis shared options for the best ways to travel with the kids and grandparents, including an all inclusive resort, a cruise line, and a guided tour. Linda's best advice: make sure you let a pro handle your vacation planning. Turn to the team at AAA Minneapolis to...

TCL Takes Seattle: Pike Place Market

TCL Takes Seattle: Pike Place Market
TCL reporter Kelli Hanson recently traveled with 39 Twin Cities Live viewers to Seattle on a AAA Minneapolis Tour. And she took us to three must see spots in the Emerald City; the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass and Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. She’s taking us back to the Pacific Northwest, this time to the oldest farmer’s markets...