Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge

Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge was started back in 1898. Today, it's still family owned and operated. In fact, it's Jack Ruttger that has been a part of the resort for sixty five years. Although, he'd argue that he was born and raised at Ruttger's. So, in that case, he says it's more like eighty seven years.

TCL Time Travels: MN State Capitol & History Center

Twin Cities Live has teamed up with Explore Minnesota and the Minnesota Historical Society for a series called "TCL Time Travels". We're taking you around our state to show you some of the things you and your family can do for a day trip or a weekend getaway. As we explore the area, we find stories that involve history, interactive activities...

“A Year With Frog and Toad”

"A Year With Frog and Toad" is back on stage where it all began, at Children's Theater Company in Minneapolis. The show is based on the 1970's book series written by Arnold Lobel and brings to life the tales of a pair of amphibian best friends through the seasons. It debuted in Minneapolis in 2002, went on to Broadway where it was nominated for...

It’s Never Too Late to Celebrate Contest

Miss a big celebratory event or a special occasion that you still regret? Don't worry! It's never too late to celebrate! We want to help you by giving away a trip to St. Thomas at Sugar Bay Resort and Spa. The all-inclusive resort has all sorts of amazing amenities. You'll also get round trip tickets for two people courtesy of Delta.

Game Night Hot Spots

Game nights aren't anything new, but where you go to enjoy the games is getting even better. There are all sorts of fun places that have opened up in the cities. TCL Reporter Emily Engberg checks out three that she says are worth trying.

Crayola Experience

National Crayon Day is Friday, March 31st. In anticipation of the big day, Elizabeth is live at the Crayola Experience at Mall of America. The Crayola Experience isn't just for kids. Steve & Elizabeth crashed the last Crayola After Dark event and turned it into a friendly competition. Click here for more information on the next Crayola After...