Ever poured a glass of wine and you set it down only to realize that you can’t figure out which glass is yours? A Golden Valley woman has solved that problem in a fun and creative way.
Stephanie Wiestling used to break stemware on wine glasses every time she’d wash them. So, she switched to wine glasses that didn’t have any. Only problem was, you can’t put charms on a glass that doesn’t have a stem. She solved the problem with address stickers. Those stickers would get stuck. Determined, Stephanie found a solution and started making her own. Before she knew it, people were buying them. Fast forward four years later and she’s in shows all over the cities and in stores across the country.
TCL's Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte
, shares his picks for what's happening this weekend!
TCL's Wine Guy, Haskell's
Ted Farrell, was tasked with a tough assignment -- to pair Girl Scout cookies with wine. He shares his picks for what goes best with your favorite.
Elizabeth is joined by TV host and handy guy Matt Muenster! He caught us up on his new company, Spoke612
! Plus, they shared their thoughts on a Huffington Post
article about Victoria Beckham's new fashion line at Target. And shared a wild video from the Daily Mail
of a truck driver who is about to have a very bad day!
Former 5 Eyewitness News reporter Mark Albert is now the Editor-in-Chief of The Voyage Report
. He caught up with Steve and Elizabeth via Skype to share some great Spring Break travel deals and advice.
We are cutting through the clutter and sharing mom-approved goods that will make life with your little one easier.
If you're past the point of having kids, you'll be thinking, I wish I'd had that when my children were little!
15-year-old Thelma loves to cook and bake and has even been known to make dinner for a crowd. But this young girl, whose friends call her "Telma" wants that kitchen to be in a permanent home, with a mom and a dad. TCL Reporter Kelli Hanson introduces us to Thelma in this Kid Connection.