During the holidays, it can be easy to fall into a gift-shopping, gift-giving frenzy.
For the next six hours, every child in the Twin Cities is entitled to a free coat, hats and gloves. It’s because of Coats for Kids, a Salvation Army program going on all day Thursday in 11 locations.
Now is the time to break out the winter coat as snow fall and freezing temperatures aren’t far away. But there are thousands of kids across Minnesota who need one. That’s why the Salvation Army is holding a coat boutique Tuesday for parents who need a winter coat for their child.
SCREW YOU WINTER! JOHN WILLIAMS WARM WEATHER/FUN IN THE SUN/SUMMER IS COMING/ ROCK AND ROLL/LET’S HAVE A PARTY COAT DRIVE DETAILS
So long winter….FOR A GREAT CAUSE!
What would inspire people to give their new and gently used coats to help those in need this winter? How about Kevin Love in a shaggy wig and trench coat, playing some smooth sax.
Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Kevin Love will deliver a truck full of coats to a local homeless shelter as part of his annual outreach event.
If you like the fur look, but prefer the animal friendly faux fur, now is the time to stock up while the options are plentiful.
Still trying to pull together an outfit for New Year’s Eve? Pick some of your favorite accessories here for easy pull together ideas.
It’s been five months since a deadly tornado hit North Minneapolis, and the community is still struggling to get back on its feet.