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Best spots to take a photo at the Minnesota State Fair

When you’re at the State Fair, don’t forget to take a moment to snap a great photo to remember your time there. I was on KSTP-TV with the best free spots to snap a pic once you’re in the gates. Advertisements

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The 3 State Fair brochures you need to ask for at the information booth

I was on KSTP-TV with an insider tip on tackling the Minnesota State Fair. There are three brochures worth asking for at the information booth to help you navigate the Great Minnesota Get Together. Watch the video to find out the ones I recommend!

The hidden grocery store at the Minnesota State Fair

Need a couple aspirin after a Midway ride or did the deep-fried candy bar give you some heartburn? There’s a place on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds that can help. Welcome to Steichen’s Grocery Store and Deli. It’s really hidden. If you’re at the All You Can Drink Milk booth, head north toward the Grandstand and

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Cheapest pop at the Minnesota State Fair

Sometimes you just want a nice cold Coca-Cola to wash down the cheese curds you’ve inhaled at the Minnesota State Fair. Before you head out the Great Minnesota Get Together, plan ahead so you can get a deal on pop (or soda, whatever you want to call it). Note: this television segment aired in 2016

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Best ways to stay hydrated and cool at the Minnesota State Fair

In 2016, I appeared on KSTP-TV’s Twin Cities Live at the Minnesota State Fair to share the scoop on how to stay cool and hydrated at the Great Minnesota Get Together without spending all of your cash! Note: the information in this story was accurate for the 2016 Minnesota State Fair and sometimes things change.

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ASAPtown: Why a Trip to the Tip of Cape Cod is a Must

Originally printed in Lavender Magazine June 8, 2017 Provincetown, Massachusetts holds a pivotal part in America’s history. It was there that pilgrims made their first landing (yep, not Plymouth) back in 1620. In the 20th century, it served as a getaway for the LGBT community. Its role was to be a town where individuals could be themselves

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4 essentials to pack for your next vacation

I have traveled by myself, in a 15-passenger van on a youth mission trip and as a chaperone of elementary kids on a tour overseas. With every trip, my packing list gets more and more defined. Here are four items I can’t forget in my suitcase. A portable phone charger I wouldn’t know what to

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