Since the 1920s, Friedman’s has called 400 West Broadway Avenue its home. Now, almost a hundred years later, the family-owned, North Minneapolis landmark remains a department store filled with charm and nostalgia.
Ruby’s Pantry serves families of all denominations and background in rural areas in Minnesota and Wisconsin through Pop-Up Pantry food banks that meet community members where they’re at.
According to a study from Northwestern Mutual, Americans are carrying more personal debt, yet still struggling to understand it. The report, which surveyed more than 2,000 adult consumers about their levels of debt and understanding of the concept, found that debt levels are increasing in part because many people have an incorrect view of what constitutes “good debt” and “bad debt.”
The TV sitting in your living room might be more powerful than you ever imagined. That’s one takeaway from a new report that found the way you consume media might impact how you view money, wealthy people and those living in poverty. The phrase “kill your television” might have some merit after all.