Twin Cities Live is celebrating 9 years on air this month! Our show premiered on April 21st, 2008 and we didn't want to limit the party to just one day, so we're celebrating all month long!
Before you make your bedroom feel more cozy, you have to decide what "cozy" means to you. Megan Meder from The Sitting Room Studio in Excelsior stops by with advice on wall colors, lighting and why you shouldn't be afraid of wallpaper!
Steve and Elizabeth talk about an Entertainment Weekly article on new words added to Dictionary.com. Plus they discuss a Space.com article about taking passenger trips up in a sub-orbital capsule. And they wish actress Doris Day's a happy 95th birthday, which was a surprise to her. She thought she was 93!
Jodi and Shannon from Terzich & Ort stop by to talk about how issues that come up during divorce proceedings are the same issues that come up during marriages. And it's easier to deal with them during a marriage than during a divorce.
Baseball is back! The Twins kick off their opening day against the Kansas City Royals. Fans flock to the stadium early to get ready for all of the festivities on Target Plaza and in Target Field.
If our taste of Spring this weekend has you itching to pick up a new outdoor hobby, why not try biking? If you don't have a bike, no problem, the Nice Ride bike sharing program is back for its 8th season. You can rent a bike from one of the 200+ bike stations around the Twin Cities for only $3 per half hour. Need it longer? Their 24-hour ride...
TCL's Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte, hunted for the best birthday freebies you can get in the Twin Cities!
It's a popular event that brings together vendors or "friends" from all over the area. A Gathering of Friends is made up with folks who have incredible pieces like furniture, pictures, clothing, and more. The antiques are all over the board and you can find just about anything.
Paul McGuire Grimes is here with his review of a cartoon turn live action film and the Harry Potter prequel you can watch at home.
On March 31st, we celebrate crayons because it's National Crayon Day!
Steve and Elizabeth told Emily if she brought back crickets that she found to eat at the Beef Jerky Outlet in Eagan, they would eat them. Well…if you ask Emily to do something then she will!
TCL's Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte, shares his picks for what's happening this weekend!
Mandy worked out with some TCL'ers at the Farrell's in Brooklyn Park. That location is in the running to win $5000 for their favorite charity. In honor of Farrell's 15th Anniversary, the owner created a bracket style charity challenge and it's down to Brooklyn Park and Altoona, Iowa.
Steve is in the studio while Elizabeth co-hosts the show from Crayola Experience at Mall of America. They also talked about Crayola's plans to retire a color from their signature 24-pack!
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...
Rachel Banham is a shining star in the WNBA. She graduated from Lakeville North High School and had a huge career with the Minnesota Golden Gophers. She's currently one of only 11 basketball players in NCAA history to rack up over 3,000 points in her collegiate career.
If anyone loves a good day of fun and adventure, it's TCL Reporter Emily Engberg. One of her fav spots just so happens to be an easy drive from the cities.
TCL Producer and fitness coach, Brittany Larson explains how you can start following through on your goals!
Steve and Elizabeth talk about Elizabeth's recent vacation, the arrival of her chives and a Business Insider article about some neat alarm clock apps.
Alexis Thompson from myTalk 107.1 stopped by with her CUTE DIY spring decorations - perfect for an Easter celebration or just to spruce up your home!