This holiday season, the Walker Art Center carries on its 28-year tradition as host to the British Arrows Awards.
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Minnesota 8th District Congressman Rick Nolan is the target of a barrage of Republican advertising with a tough, emotional edge. The ads from the Republican Congressional Committee make the claim that the Democratic Congressman is soft on terrorists.
Say goodbye to “More to Explore.” Minnesota tourism promoters are ushering in a new slogan that focuses on “Only in Minnesota” experiences as part of their largest-ever advertising campaign.
Minnesota’s health exchange is airing new TV ads with testimonials from people who saved money buying insurance on MNsure.
The campaign arm for Minnesota Democratic state senators agreed Tuesday to pay a $100,000 civil penalty to resolve an investigation over ads in the 2012 election, one of the largest fines levied in a state political case.
Are retailers getting blowback for pushing the Holiday Shopping Season so early on?
Dennis Rodman ad is great!
Make Minnesota a must-see. That’s the goal of an advertising contract that the state’s tourism agency is seeking to fill. Explore Minnesota put out a call Monday for ad firms to bid on a marketing and promotion contract due to start on Jan. 1 and run through March of 2015.
North Dakota is promoting its business climate at Minnesota’s expense, and some politicians are not happy about it. The Greater North Dakota Chamber has created billboards that mock proposals in the Minnesota Legislature, including bills that would raise certain taxes.
To Christian Young and Nengi Clement, it’s the best job they’ve ever had. For a person living with autism, jobs can be hard to find.
If you live in Minneapolis, you can recycle your yogurt cup. But you can’t in St. Paul.
The push by the Minnesota Vikings for state money for a new stadium is back on the agenda this week at the Capitol.
Mpls St Paul business journal has the story of a new General Mills ad campaign featuring Cheech and Chong.
South Dakota, which markets itself as “Great Faces, Great Places,” is using Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s smile to lure business from neighboring states. Officials say the two-month effort has led to 50 prospects, with another month to go.