It’s every youngsters dream come true — the mega-hit “Frozen” is coming to an arena near you for a live, touring production on ice.
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It’s the last weekend for Christmas shopping, and all week long, the WCCO Morning Show team is giving you a look at all sorts of ideas. Well, at least the ones that are on our wish lists. Here is a list of everything our morning team suggests you add to your shopping plans.
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Those of us who did not finish our holiday shopping during Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be in better shape when it comes to buying toys. This season’s reports say half of consumers plan to buy toys as gifts this holiday season. And they still have time to score deals.
We know you’re looking for the easiest and smartest ways to shop as we get closer to Christmas. This week, we are getting to the bottom of some of your holiday shopping questions. Gift cards are perfect for the tough people to shop for on your holiday list, but you should watch out for hidden fees.
As the weather cools and Thanksgiving approaches, people are beginning to think about Holiday decorating. Renae Keller from Renae Keller Interior Design talked with Natalie Nyhus about the trends to hit home interiors this season.
A late Thanksgiving means the shortest possible holiday shopping season, but a local survey shows Minnesotans will spend more. The University of St. Thomas just released a survey that says people will spend more than they have in the past 12 years.
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.
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.
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.
Searching for this season’s hottest gifts for all your friends and family, look no further than Your Holiday Hints.
Everyone wants to see these gadgets under the tree this Christmas – but which is the hottest tech toy?
When someone throws a holiday party and invites you to come, it’s best not to arrive empty-handed. Guests often give what are typically called hostess gifts, a little something to show your appreciation to the people who are inviting you into their home.
Gift giving is a large part of the holidays, and for children, there are few things more rewarding than being able to participate from beginning to end in creating those gifts. Thankfully for children and families who may not be “crafty” and need help making gifts, there are stores that can assist. Here are five of the best places to create your own Christmas gifts in Minnesota.
Over the holiday weekend, we asked you to send us videos of your kids opening presents on Christmas morning.
Time is running out for you to get your Christmas shopping done. But don’t be afraid, because there are plenty of last-minute options that won’t break the bank.
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.
If you have a mountain of gifts to tackle there are a few simple tricks so the presents look great under the tree.
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?
Uncovering worthy gifts for the adventurous world traveler can be difficult. From a travel diary to a language course to a tricked-out Nikon camera, presents that are both fun and useful are the way to go.