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Latest Minnesota Holiday Season
Holiday arts and crafts fairs are an excellent way to meet people in the community, invest in small businesses and support local artists and crafters.
Instead of loading up on soda and candy for a holiday party, there are a couple of options to consider your guests could have fun with.
In communities all around us, there is no shortage of good, hard-working families that just need a little help to get through tough times. So, in this Season of Hope, WCCO is connecting families in need with those who can help.
Check out some more holiday deals to help cross off your holiday gift list and fill your stocking — all while keeping your wallet jolly.
They say half the fun in receiving gifts is in unwrapping the package, but a new idea from a local company may tip the fun scales more toward the unwrapping part.
I realize many people have already taken care of their requisite holiday photo by this point in the year, but if you are like me you’re just now realizing that the holiday season is upon us and you’re scrambling to get a perfect portrait of your brood.
While some might think of elves as fictional, a military family in River Falls, Wis. has a decorated house that shows otherwise.
If you are still looking for a family-friendly gift, the all-in-one computer isn’t new but now they can do more for less.
Are you looking to deck the halls with a little more panache than you’ve managed in recent years? Want to make the yuletide bright?
Where are some of the best Santas in the Twin Cities? We’ve called the North Pole to get some tips from the Big Guy’s administrative staff. Here’s what they recommend this year.
The Minnesota Governor’s Residence is kicking off the holidays.
This holiday season you and your family can truly do something unique. You can adopt a family.
The holidays are upon us and no matter what religion you celebrate, there are a few unifying traditions. One of them is gifts. I am someone who likes to buy unique gifts — not whatever the hot holiday item is.
If you are heading to the mall early Friday morning or late Thursday night, you don’t want to go in unprepared.
As we get ready for that big Thanksgiving meal, many are getting ready for some intense shopping.
Retail stores put out a list of the hottest toys of the season every year before Black Friday with the hope that parents will stay up late or get up early to try to score their child’s favorite toy at a low price.
The official Christmas tree was delivered to the Governor’s Mansion on Summit Avenue in St. Paul Monday morning, but the governor isn’t the only one that will have a lush tree this year.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
This time of year can be stressful, with all the planning, decorating and shopping. But for parents, there may not be anything more stressful than the pressure to buy the latest “It” toy.
We can already sense that it’s the season of giving. But, there are some that can’t afford to give as much as they’d like. Never fear, there are other cool ways to help your favorite charity without spending a dime.
Need a gift for the technophile in your life? Here are a few fun and exciting gift ideas you probably haven’t thought of.
Don’t know what to get that sports fan on your list? We’ve got you covered.
With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to think about that shopping list. Here are a few gift ideas for those creative types.
We all spend a lot of time in our cars. Here are a bunch of great gift ideas for that frequent driver on your holiday list.