Comedian and actor Hal Sparks has been in huge movies like "Spider-man 2" and currently stars on the hit Disney series "Lap Rats: Elite Force". He's in town to perform stand-up comedy, but before that, he paid a visit to our studio.
Every month our Happy Medium Jodi Livon sits down with audience members live on the show and gives rapid physic readings. And she says more often than not those audience members reach out after the show with that aha moment. Maybe they couldn't quite put their finger on the information she was sharing, but on their drive home that changes.
Twin Cities Live made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel!
Let me set the scene. The weather warms up. As the flowers bloom, so to do new ideas of how you and the family can get outside and enjoy our beautiful Minnesota summer! You start to compile a wish list of all sorts of gadgets and gear that will put this summer over the top! You head to the store, pickup what you need, only to find out, at the register no less, that your math was off and you spent way more than you can afford. Reality checks are never fun.
Four babies are born every second across the globe giving us 2 billion mothers. And just here in the US, we call 85-million women mom. So it makes sense to honor them in May and really every day.
Steve and Elizabeth are back in studio!
Twin Cities Live is LIVE at Mystic Lake Casino! It's our biggest live show to date and there is a lot going on!
Vegas is the place to see some awesome shows. Even heading to the bar in Vegas you see a show! Order a drink and all of a sudden the bartending is juggling and mixing and putting on a small event all to create your drink. We’re lucky enough to have flair bartenders right here in Minneapolis called Liquid Motion
and they show us what they can do on the Mystic Lake Showroom Stage.
Steve and Elizabeth chat about a couple of things.
In 1966, “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” featured a new game called Twister. It was new to the market and was receiving negative remarks, with some calling it “sex in a box.” After Johnny played the game with Eva Gabor, the game took off and has spanned multiple generations. The inventor of that game, Reyn Guyer
, calls Saint Paul home. He stopped by the TCL studios to talk about his successes and share advice from his book, “Right Brain Red.”
The celebration of the life of Prince continued over the weekend.
We couldn’t get into the show without talking a little Prince news.
There is big news in the Twin Cities today, with the passing of the music legend, Prince.
Ready, set, read! Elizabeth announces “Fishing With RayAnne” by Ava Finch as the latest selection for the Twin Cities Live Book Club. “Ava Finch” is the pen name of Minneapolis author Sarah Stonich
Steve and Elizabeth chat about a few things – and they have a visit from a special guest from Como Zoo.
Steve and Elizabeth chat about some things, including some big news about Michael Strahan!
Steve and Elizabeth catch up after the glorious weekend!
Steve and Elizabeth talk about a few things on this beautiful Friday!
In May 2015, we launched our series called Kid Connection, where we introduce you to kids here in Minnesota searching for an adoptive family. Since then we've learned that 10 kids we've featured are in pre-adoptive placement. We promised a follow-up and here it is.
Steve and Elizabeth talk about a few things including a new contest we are running! Submit a photo of a deserving mom in your life in our Massages for Moms contest. They could win a one-hour massage from Massage Envy!
Kowalski’s Markets dates back to 1983 when Jim and Mary Anne Kowalski opened their first store on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul. Jim was working for Red Owl and it was that same store that they took over. They got a loan and used whatever money they had to start the business. Just three years later, they bought Red Owl Country store in White Bear Lake. The rest is history. Today, they have 11 grocery stores.
Steve and Elizabeth chat about a few things.
Elizabeth is back from her short vacation! And we called a random Swede using "The Swedish Number". The original New York Times article is here. The Swedish Number is 46-771-793-336. The international code to enter first is 011 and rates do apply. We called it using Skype and used a local US number instead: 1-301-276-0600. Good luck!
TCL reporter, Kelli Hanson is co-hosting with Steve! Elizabeth is taking a few days off.
Amy James from K102 is filling in as co-host with Steve!
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts are teaming up with veteran actor Chris Cooper in the new movie “Demolition”. It’s about a successful investment banker who loses his wife in a car crash. Jake Gyllenhaal’s character, Davis, starts to unravel after the death. His father-in-law is played by Chris Cooper. He watches as Jake’s character starts to demolish is life and basically everything around him. Naomi Watts plays a customer service rep who Davis reaches out to after a vending machine stops working. The two strike up a friendship along with her son in the movie who is played by Judah Lewis.
Elizabeth is on vacation so Steve invited Kelli Hanson to co-host with him!
Vanessa and Julia are teenage girls who are looking for adoptive families. Because of their situation, they met each other in a foster home and formed a bond. Now they consider each other family. Today they live hours apart. Kelli Hanson brought the two girls together for some fun in St. Cloud.
Author of the Little House
series, Laura Ingalls Wilder, wrote about her childhood in those books but never wrote about herself as an adult. Biographer, William Anderson
, collected letters of Laura that she wrote to friends and family to tell the story of her adult hood.
Elizabeth and Steve chat about a few items.
Steve and Elizabeth welcome three of the stars of “Everybody Wants Some!!” Tyler Hecklin, Ryan Guzman, and Blake Jenner join in on the fun and tell us a little about the movie.
Elizabeth and Steve have a big announcement! Twin Cities Live will be at Mystic Lake Casino LIVE!
April Fools Steve and Elizabeth!
Most kids have big dreams about their life – what they’ll wear to prom, where they’ll go to college, where they’ll lay down their roots. Imagine that bream being something a lot of us take for granted – that’s simply having a family.
Thursdays on Twin Cities Live, we introduce you to Minnesota children who are waiting for that unconditional love. In this Kid Connection, Kelli introduces us to 16-year-old Cheyenne.
Angel Food Bakery
Spring Adoption Fair
Steve and Elizabeth chat about a few things.
Steve is back from a few days off. He chats about a few things with Elizabeth.
Fish from KS95’s Morning Show is co-hosting with Elizabeth!
It’s an action packed live show with all sorts of your favorite super heroes. More than two dozen characters team up for this show. Spiderman, Captain America, Iron Man and Wolverine are just some of the characters you’ll see. The show has all sorts of stunts, acrobats, fire and technology to keep folks engaged. The show features battles between good and evil. It makes the audience feel like they are a part of it all and there’s never a dull moment because of the constant change of pace.
Steve is on vacation today so Bradley Traynor from myTalk 107.1 is filling in!
Psychic and Medium Jodi Livon knows a thing or two about intuition. She’s gives a few of our audience members a live reading.
Steve updates Elizabeth on what he has going on this weekend, and more talk about Peeps!
Elizabeth and Steve have a few things to talk about.
Steve and Elizabeth have a little fun.
Elizabeth and Steve chat about Dancing with the Stars and a few other things.
Fandazzi Fire is a group of trained professionals that use fire as their focus for shows. They travel all over the country sharing their skills and their story. The busiest time of year is the summer months. They can be seen all over, including locally at the Renaissance Festival. They also perform with music.
He’s known for his roles at Saffron and World Street Kitchen. Now, Sameh Wadi has a new business. He recently opened “MilkJam Creamery” on Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis. It’s not your typical ice cream shop. This is where anything goes.
The Harlem Globetrotters are celebrating 90 years of history. Steve gets ready to take the court against them with a lesson from one of their world-record holding team members.
Steve and Elizabeth have a few things to talk about.
Steve and Elizabeth have a few things to chat about.
Comedian Louie Anderson has been visiting Twin Cities Live since the show first came on the air. He returns to the studio to tell us all about his critically-acclaimed role on the new FX show "Baskets".