Minnesotans are fortunate to have several locally owned, high-end kitchen specialty stores.
A Ford dealership near Moorhead is hoping to entice customers with a unique give-a-way. Buy a pickup. Get a shotgun. Muscatell-Burns in Hawley is kicking off a two-week promotion that offers a shotgun for every new or 2013 pickup truck.
Each of these five bakers from across the state of Minnesota serve up some of the most delicious wedding cakes available, and they do it with both flair and style.
Every man’s bucket list should include the straight razor shave experience. Here are five of the best places in Minnesota to get one.
Shops with desirable old items, whether antique, vintage or collectable, abound in Minnesota.
Match your specific lingerie needs to suit the occasion at one of these five stores.
Here are five of the best neighborhood florists in Minnesota for your Valentine’s Day order.
A good Valentine’s Day gift speaks volumes to your loved one. Here are a few suggestions to find your perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
These five stores, located across the state of Minnesota, all offer carefully selected, quality accessories and clothing for the gentleman about town.
Vinyl lives. Here are five of the best places to buy vinyl records in Minnesota.
Mark your calendar for these “can’t miss” fashion events.
There is nothing more elegant than the art of handmade jewelry. Here are the five best places in Minnesota where you can be assured your jewelry purchase is truly handmade by a skilled artisan.
Shoppers wanting to save a few bucks can find big savings during the after-Christmas sales. According to the National Retail Federation, retail sales this holiday season were down 3.5 percent. But stores are still expected to come out ahead for the year, thanks in part to post-Christmas deals.
There is no comparison to the boutique experience. Feel the rush while immersing yourself in the ambiance of dancing colors and stimulating aromas of these specialty stores. Check out these five best new boutiques that opened in Minnesota in 2013.
If you’re one of the many who’ve yet to begin their holiday shopping, you might be pleasantly surprised. That’s because many stores are offering deep discounts to make sure they don’t get stuck with large amounts of unsold inventory.