If there's one thing Minnesota is good at, it's winter. Without fail, the cold and the snow transform the entire state into a frozen tundra each December. However, one Minnesota city pulls off "winter wonderland" better than the rest.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we will be seeing our first snowfall of the season this week, and whether you want to believe it or not, that means the holiday season is right around the corner.
If you need extra reinforcements to get yourself into a cherry, holly-jolly mood, cuddle up on the couch, grab some hot chocolate (Kahlua or RumChata optional), and watch one of these holiday movies filmed in the great North Star state.
Just when you think you know how to wrap gifts for the holidays, something like this comes along and blows your mind. This video posted by Waterstones on twitter shows a nice little hack if you are having problems wrapping the pesky last minute gifts.
It's not unusual for a film to be made in the Twin Cities. However, a movie being made here in our area is certainly out of the ordinary. I'm excited to tell you about a movie that was made in our "neck of the woods."
It's the beginning of the holiday season and with that comes the lights, lots and lots of lights. In Mankato, MN you can find the biggest and longest drive-thru, or walk-thru if you prefer, light show in the whole state!