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Support women-owned businesses as you look for the perfect holiday gift | Twin Cities Agenda

Support women-owned businesses as you search for the perfect holiday gift

Women are creating and doing some awe-inspiring things in our community. And more and more Minnesota women are bringing their talents to the business world and creating businesses that promote inclusivity, diversity, health, and...
Head to these Twin Cities winter markets to get a jump on holiday shopping

Head to these Twin Cities winter markets to get a jump on holiday shopping

Happy Holiday Shopping Season! I know, I know - it’s still weeks until Thanksgiving, and we’re all still swimming in Halloween candy. But, for better or worse, retailers seem to ignore the calendar date...
China is launching a fake moon to replace city lights

China is launching a fake moon to replace city lights

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, it really isn't all that bright: In fact, it's only 1-400,000th the brightness of the sun. But while moon rays may not be...

Things to avoid when traveling: BBG Communications

You're in the airport of a country not your own. People in a hurry all around you are speaking a language you don't recognize. You're jet-lagged; tired beyond belief. You need to make a...
Ticketmaster sued for scalp tickets and legal tickets

Ticketmaster sued for “Why not both?” attitude toward legal/scalped tickets

The downtown arena glows. Lights flashing into the sky. Nearby bars and restaurants are packed and noisy with laughter and voices. The streets are swarming with people wearing band t-shirts or sports jerseys. Most...

Changes in Faribault: $40.3 million expansion planned for Daikin

The residents of Faribault and the surrounding area will soon notice a change in their landscape: Local Commercial HAVAC manufacturer Daikin Applied Americas Inc. is looking to expand operations with a $40.3 million project...

Will Lime scooters and bikes turn St. Paul green?

While in St. Paul the other day, I noticed a few green scooters and bikes parked what seemed like randomly along city streets and boulevards. I heard rumors from friends and coworkers about these...
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Watch: The last Blockbuster in America

For Millennials, and probably their parents as well, renting movies was a fairly crucial piece of weekend entertainment: Strolling past shelf after shelf of "New Releases!" and "Classics" and "Disney" waiting for the brightest...

Shopcicle: The latest Twin Cities pop up market offers something for everyone

You won’t find the same thing twice shopping at the Shopcicle market - partly because this unique market only happens on the third Thursday of every month and features an array one-of-kind products from...
Starbucks plant-based cold brew, Twin Cities Agenda

Starbucks’ latest ploy? Plant-based cold brew beverages

In an effort to appear environmentally-friendly, Starbucks recently placed a ban on plastic straws, and plans to have them out of their stores, all of their stores, by 2020. It makes sense, on some...
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