TCL's Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte, hunted for the best birthday freebies you can get in the Twin Cities!
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...
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!
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.
Pia Phillips and Abbie Nelson are teenagers who are making a big impact. The best friends started PAB's Packs, a non-profit that gives back to teens who are ill in the hospital. The backpacks are stylish, but it's what's inside that really helps.
Billy Mitchell was the first person to ever play a PERFECT game of Pac-Man - that's every dot, every power pellet, every ghost and all without dying. He's in town to help the Minnesota Lottery promote their new Pac-Man scratch game and stopped by the TCL studio to show Steve and Julia from the Lori and Julia show on myTalk 107.1 his skills.
Julia from myTalk 107.1's Lori & Julia Show fills in in the co-host chair today.
Minnesota Monthly is celebrating 50 years. For its April issue, it's all about spring fashion over the decades. We're talking wardrobe, makeup and hair. The looks that are featured were inspired by each decade the magazine has been around - 1967, 1977, 1987, 2007 and today.