With so many of us working from home, there is a real danger of developing back pain. Dr. Brent Leininger from the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota joined us with ways to prevent issues before they start.
COVID-19 may have many larger trips on hold, but there are still great options for families looking to hit the road. Travel blogger Lindsey Ranzau joined us with her top picks for Midwest summer road trips.
The U of M will no longer use MPD for extra support at events like concerts, football games, and large gatherings. The move comes after the student body president, Jael Kerandi, called for the school to sever all ties with MPD. Jael joined the Buzz to chat about her experiences with the police department and what additional changes she hopes to see in the future.
The country's largest retail complex, Mall of America, is preparing to reopen Monday morning. Shoppers can expect many changes as the mall works to encourage social distancing and keep visitors safe. SVP of Marketing & Business Development Jill Renslow joined the Buzz to chat about what the reopening will look like.
Stages Theatre Company is making the quick pivot to virtual summer offerings for kids, and they're really thinking outside of the box. Each participant will get a box of fun props and activities to go with their selected workshop. Education director Megan Collins joined the Buzz to chat about what kids & families can expect.
As the number of patients in Minnesota needing an ICU bed continues to rise, Dr. Elizabeth Miller, an ICU physician at Methodist Hospital, joined FOX 9 to talk about the challenges of treating patients with COVID-19.
The most wonderful time of the year is nearly here: strawberry season. Before you head to your favorite patch, it's time to find some new berry inspiration! Certified nutritionist Carisa Rasmussen from Clean and Lean joined us with a recipe for delectable strawberry bars.
As companies work to find ways to protect employees and guests from COVID-19, some are turning to thermal cameras that can screen people for a fever. VenueScreen President Zarir Erani joined the Buzz to chat about how the technology works and where it could be used in the future.
After months away from the stage, Crooners Supper Club is returning to action with a brand new drive-in concert series. Performer Andrew Walesch joined the Buzz to chat about what audiences can expect at the drive-in.
A beloved arts festival in Saint Paul is headed online this week. The Flint Hills Family Festival at the Ordway is always a feast for the eyes and ears, but this year it's being presented virtually. Education director Kelli Foster Warder joined the Buzz to chat about what kids, educators, and families should expect.
If you're looking for new spots to check out this summer, a new book is pulling back the curtain on several unique attractions. The Buzz spoke with the author of "Secret Twin Cities", Julie Jo Severson about how she made all the discoveries.
Many people will turn to fresh favorites on the grill this weekend. Chef Marshall O'Brien shows us how to take your summer dinner plans up a notch with spices.
Live theater productions were shut down at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but theaters are finding new ways to connect with audiences. Park Square Theatre in Saint Paul is hosting a virtual play festival. Executive director Michael-jon Pease joined the Buzz with how they're making the transition to an online format.
Likely the most significant Prince guitar that will ever appear at auction, the Morning Buzz got a special look at Cloud Guitar 2, nicknamed "Blue Angel". Julien's Auctions director Martin Nolan joined us to show off the instrument, gave us his prediction on how much it will sell for, and provided details on where the guitar has been all this time.
With more access and time at home, mindless snacking can become a real problem. Registered dietitian Jacquie Donohue from HealthPartners joined the Buzz with ways to stop mindless eating and instead focus on healthy habits.
As COVID-19 continues to turn so many of our lives upside down, our mental health can suffer - and for families dealing with addiction the concern can be even greater. National director of Hazelden Betty Ford's children's program, Jerry Moe joined the Buzz to chat about ways to help kids during the pandemic.
You'll likely notice some changes on your next home tour. Minnesota Realtors CEO Chris Galler joined the Morning Buzz to chat about the safety precautions now in place to offer protections to buyers and sellers.
When does my sunscreen expire? What SPF do I need? How often should I reply? The Skin Sisters Lauren Sundick and Brooke Moss (yes, they really are sisters), joined the Morning Buzz with answers to all of your sunscreen questions.
They've all danced professionally with Beyonce, and they're ready to spread their wealth of dance knowledge to Minnesotans. Corbin Hunter joined the Morning Buzz to chat about her upcoming virtual Beyonce Experience Dance Workshop.
It's one of the most popular summer camps in the Twin Cities, and this year CTC is pivoting from in-person camps to a virtual academy. Education Director Ellie McKay joined the Morning Buzz to chat about what kids should expect.