Finally. It’s time to get excited for Major League Baseball. The playoffs start Tuesday and the Minnesota Twins are facing the Houston Astros. Fox Sports North reporter, Marney Gellner gets us ready with a preview of the game.
Actress Melissa Peterman joins us via skype from Los Angeles to fill us in on her new podcast with Reba McEntire. It's called Living & Learning with Reba McEntire on Spotify.
One thing you’re not seeing a lot of these days are big events. That has turned the event industry upside down and a lot of businesses are having the change the way they do things. Kelli introduces us to Girl Friday, a company that wants to help you celebrate everything to-go.
Click here for Girl Friday To-Go.
If you’re looking for a good laugh, check out Sad Animal Facts on Instagram. Brooke Barker is the creative genius behind the account which has over 450,000 followers. Brooke is the author of “Sad Animal Facts” and “Sad Animal Babies”, and co-author with her husband Boaz Frankel of “Let’s be Weird Together.”
Brooke and her...
We’ve been celebrating the city of Duluth and everything that makes up that community. Producer Lisa Adams gives us a round-up of some of her favorite products from the area.
City Girl Coffee
Duluth’s Best Bread
Our resident psychic and medium, Jodi Livon, checks in with actress Melissa Peterman from her home in Los Angeles.
Click here for more information and tickets to Jodi’s September 17th event, Zoom Into Your Light: Getting to Know Your Divinely Guided Spirit Team.
Anna and Nathaneal Bailey started their business, Bailey Builds in July of 2018. What began as a simple project of making her own patio chairs is now a thriving business. They make handcrafted wood art that adds cozy warmth and a pop of personality to any room in your home.
The Minnesota State Fair requires a lot of moving parts to put on their event as we experience it. The McQuillan Bros. have been making sure the water works and the toilets flush on the grounds. Kelli introduces us to the company has been around before the fair even got it’s start.
We challenged all of you to help us raise $1000 for Kids in Need. If we achieved that goal, Steve and Elizabeth would each get a pie in the face. We raised $1150!
Twin Cities Live has celebrated a few weddings out at the Minnesota State Fair. But this year, since there is no fair, couples are bringing the fair into their wedding day celebrations. Matthew Trettel of The Wedding Guys tells us more about this trend.
Click here for a chance to win four tickets to The Wedding Guys’ Twin Cities Bridal...