Check out this list of our top picks for places in Minnesota to find Mother’s Day gifts this year.
Target has apologized to customers after some took issue with how clothing meant for plus-sized shoppers was labeled.
The guys that brought you the WHISTING MEDLEY are back with an ode to HIP HOP.
While winter won’t be over for another six weeks, deals on cold weather gear are getting hot. Hats, Jackets, even boots are 25-50 percent off.
Cabin fever setting in? The impending return of the frigid temps got you down? Can’t shake the winter doldrums? You just need to take a little trip to Ax-Man Surplus.
In a world of email and texts, a well-written note or letter is a rare sighting. For those who still appreciate the old-school art, finding just the right paper is often the first step. From funky to pretty to delicate, there are plenty of perfect paper options out there. Check out these places around the Twin Cities to find the paper goods that meet your needs and share your love of the perfect note!
Gov. Mark Dayton’s plan to extend the state sales tax to clothing has drawn strong opposition from the Mall of America, which attracts out-of-state visitors with the promise of tax-free purchases.
Time flies when you’re having fun, but how can you keep track of it without the perfect watch? More than a functional accessory, watches now come in a variety of styles to suit your fashion sense and lifestyle. Find the perfect one today at one of these highly rated watch stores in Minnesota.
Target Corp. said Tuesday that its pledge to match prices of select online rivals this past holiday season is now a year-round promise.
Beleaguered Macy’s customers gathered outside the Wabasha and 6th street entrance to the downtown St. Paul location, not quite sure when the store was going to close.
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.
Retailers are hoping today was a big day for people out looking for some deals. Because so far this holiday shopping season has been the weakest since 2008.
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.
In the next couple of days, many of us will be crowded into stores to finish buying gifts for our loved ones.
We’re in the heart of the holiday shopping season, and it’s getting to be that time of year where a lot of men in relationships are proposing.