More than likely, you now have a gift or two that you’re not so sure about. If you’re hitting the mall or trekking to the post office to return a present, you may want to keep some common gift return pitfalls in mind.
What is it about Christmas that brings us back to childhood?
Christmas can be one of the loneliest days of the year for those without friends and family.
Many of us will have Christmas gifts on their minds tonight or tomorrow morning. So we thought about an age-old question that deserves a few answers this time of year.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was busy Monday with travelers flying in just in time for Christmas, and the loved ones waiting for them
Christmas shopping sales aren’t expected to be as good as retailers had hoped, but lots of shoppers out Monday might make up some of that difference.
For one Twin Cities family, Santa Claus came a little ahead of schedule, but only because he’d lost his way and needed some directions.
It’s Christmas Eve and many procrastinators still have some shopping to get done. Malls and shopping centers in the Twin Cities have been packed this holiday shopping season.
A local organization is partnering with area churches to make sure people with no place to live have a good Christmas.
If you’re heading out to the stores this weekend – be ready for long lines and busy stores.
With just four days until Christmas, many stores are packed with customers doing their holiday shopping. And there’s a new trend to help those who wait until the last minute.
One of my favorite places to visit this time of year is the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, because it’s the time of year when the Arboretum’s staff and volunteers put on the annual holiday extravaganza known as Making Spirits Bright.
Christmas is just a few days away now, and odds are pretty good you’re either finished or nearly done with your shopping. But once you have your presents, you still need to figure out how to wrap them.
For those who have lost a loved one, the holidays can be the most difficult time of the year.
I’m not going to lie. Most holiday movies are at best mediocre. The noisy, overdecorated holiday movies are all too profuse. Instead, we should reserve our contempt for the movies that are not only stupid, but crassly manipulative.