Cat & Nat

Catherine Belknap and Natalie Telfer are known for “telling it like it is” when it comes to parenting as part of their popular Mom Truths.  Now they are coming to the Twin Cities and join us live via Zoom.  Click here for tickets to Cat & Nat Reunion Tour.

Chroma Zone Art Festival

Chroma Zone Art Festival
St. Paul is becoming more colorful this week because of the Chroma Zone Mural & Art Festival taking place.  The event showcases the work of Minnesota artists as they paint beautiful murals on buildings.  Reporter Kristin Haubrich gives us a look into the story behind the art.  For more information on the Chroma Zone Mural & Art...

Knit-y Gritty Knitters

Knit-y Gritty Knitters
A knitting group out of St. Louis Park is taking their hobby to the next level.  The Knit-y Gritty Knitters create colorful arm warmers and donate them to patients in kidney failure, as they often feel cold during dialysis treatments.  Reporter Kristin Haubrich shares the story. Click here for information on the National Kidney Foundation...

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest season is upon us. The first Oktoberfest was more than 200 years ago – so why is it held in September? Back in 1810, on October 12th Prince Ludwig of Bavaria hosted a wedding celebration and invited the common people of Munich.  The festivities lasted for several days and it was so popular they wanted to do it again.  October...

Sun Country Surprise

Sun Country Surprise
The Jordan Family from St. Paul is just hours away from boarding a plane and flying to New York City.  They are headed to the Big Apple to celebrate their son, Noah, at this year’s Buddy Walk.  The Buddy Walk raises awareness, celebrates loved ones with down syndrome, and supports the mission of National Down Syndrome Society.  Their son...

Sing Me a Story

Sing Me a Story
Music can change a person.  A song can help you get through a tough time and it can bring you joy.  A song did both of those things for the Schoeneck Family from Wisconsin after their daughter Kenedi received a cancer diagnosis.  Reporter Kelli Hanson shows us how the organization called Sing Me A Story did that. Click here for more of...

9/11 Documentary

9/11 Documentary
This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and while the events happened in New York, Washington DC and Pennsylvania, they were felt around the world, including Minnesota.  A new documentary called Resolute: Minnesota Stories of 9/11 and the War recalls the events of the day and the Minnesotans who were involved.  Randal Dietrich with...

First Job at Dairy Queen

First Job at Dairy Queen
For reporter Kristin Haubrich, her first ever job was at Dairy Queen.  Her parents bought the Norwood Young America Dairy Queen back in 2000 and they still own it to this day.  Kristin headed back to DQ to see if she still has what it takes to make the perfect cone.

A Visit with Sheletta

A Visit with Sheletta
We love when author and media personality, Sheletta Brundidge, joins us to get caught up. She’s been having some fun with her family traveling in their RV this summer and Sheletta weighs in on some of the celebrity headlines. Check out Sheletta's podcast, SHEletta makes me laugh.

Marjorie Johnson

Marjorie Johnson
Blue Ribbon Baker, Marjorie Johnson, has been a guest on Twin Cities Live since the first week we went on air.  She’s been a fixture in the baking community event longer than that and she has thousands of blue ribbons to her name.  She recently turned 102 years old! Click here to purchase Marjorie’s cookbook, The Road to Blue Ribbon...

Golfing Game

Golfing Game
Kelli plays a trivia game with Steve.  The questions are either “tee-rue” (true) or “fore-get about it” (false).  If he wins, he gets his favorite candy.  If he loses…he gets to watch Kelli eat her favorite!