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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
The Federal Reserve has become aggressive in their fight against inflation by raising interest rates and accumulating debt rates. Auto loans have yet to catch up with these rising rates, which has led many people to purchase new vehicles before the rates catch up.
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Baby formula is the latest product that has been critically hit in the supply chain shortage. The shortage is not only impacting Minnesota residents, but families on the national level that are connecting from all corners of the country to help each other find and receive any formula they can.
Sean and Sao Yang are the owners of Emporia Suits & Alterations. They also own Sewn Edge in Walnut Grove.

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The Willmar Planning Commission on Wednesday took its first look at proposed changes to the lots that make up the Uptown Willmar mall property. The owner of the mall, RockStep Capital, wants to create five separate lots, including one for the old Pizza Hut, which could soon be home to Slim Chickens.
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The COVID pandemic spurred renewed interest in childhood toys and collectibles, but for how long?
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For the estimated 18% of real-tree buyers who opt to cut their own Christmas tree, the ritual is as much about the experience as it is about the perfect pine. Local tree farms have worked hard to make that experience merry and bright, by adding extras like Santa Claus visits, gift shops, craft classes, bonfires for making s’mores and sled rides featuring live reindeer.
More than a century of downtown Minneapolis shopping came to a halt in 2017 when Dayton’s successor Macy’s moved out of the historic building. While the old department store is long gone, the project’s developers revived an old Dayton’s tradition: the holiday display windows.
A pair of self-described "toy nerds" from Stewartville, Minnesota, have raised more than $300,000 for the launch of their re-imagining of an 1980s toy spaceship — Roboskull. The online fundraising campaign doesn't end until Nov. 16. Comments like “Yes, it’s a toy....but my God, what a toy!!!... You took a love of action figures and made something magical” indicate that Roboskull MK II created by Ben Conway and Mark O'Byrne is a hit with toy collectors raised on GI Joe and Star Wars.

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Located in the former Mill Pond Mercantile building in downtown New London, the 7,500-square-foot Lucky Duck is filled floor to ceiling with shelves of games, toys, puzzles, books and opportunities for hands-on play. There’s also hand-dipped ice cream, popcorn and old-fashioned sweet treats in the two-story toy store with a mission of fun.
Yearly membership needed for 24-hour access, but no membership needed to shop during normal business hours. Store is only second of its kind in Minnesota.
“Face coverings will continue to be strongly recommended for guests and team members who are not fully vaccinated and we’ll continue our increased safety and cleaning measures, including social distancing, throughout our stores,” the Minneapolis-based retailer announced in a news release.

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