Elizabeth and Steve recap their weekend, including Steve's trip to see "Grease" at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres!
If you didn't know already, Twin Cities Live Reporter Kelli Hanson is a huge country music fan. So much so, we sent her to Nashville not once, but twice to cover the Country Music Award's red carpet. When we heard there was a workout that involved country music, of course we had to send her to check it out. In this Be Well with TCL, Kelli finds...
Paul McGuire Grimes from Paul's Trip to the Movies stopped by with a review of "Kong: Skull Island". Then he and Steve went head-to-head with differing opinions on the Amy Adams sci-fi movie "Arrival".
Elizabeth and Steve give a very touching update on our recent auction for a TCL coffee mug. Plus, they shared a hilarious viral video of a Skype interview gone wrong. And discussed an article from Global News about the effects of Daylight Saving.
Trafficking Justice is a non-profit organization in the Twin Cities metro area of Minnesota comprised of churches, faith-based organizations, and other individuals who have come together to fight for freedom from "modern-day slavery" known as human trafficking. The organization was founded six years ago by Adri Carlson, a young woman with a...
We were joined by representatives from Trafficking Justice, a group that fights for freedom from human trafficking through churches and faith-based organizations.
Steve surprises Elizabeth with the new Strawberry Nut M&Ms, available at stores now! Plus, they tried a new browser extension for Chrome called "NOPE" that will make a fake phone call to your number to get you out of a conversation. And they gave an update on our eBay auction of a TCL Coffee Mug for charity!
Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte has his picks for what's happening this weekend.
Elizabeth is back with Steve to share stories of her vacation to Texas. Plus, they talked about how Minneapolis-Saint Paul International airport has been voted best in the country! Plus, their reaction to a new statue in New York in honor of International Women's Day!
Moving can be stressful, but one company says it doesn't have to be. Empty The Nest started in 2010. It helps people with what they call wall to wall removal of personal items from their homes. They help offset some of the costs with a thrift store that they run.