From a Black Lives Matter protest planned for Minneapolis to Budweiser pulling a controversial advertisement, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, April 29.
From a little puppy’s adventure to reunite with a friend …. to Kim Kardashian taking multiple selfies, here’s a look at what we think were the best and worst of Super Bowl ads in 2015.
More than $4 million for a 30 second ad — that was the going rate for this year’s Super Bowl. But is it really worth it?
As the Minnesota Wild hopefully snap their two-game losing streak Thursday against the Chicago Blackhawks, some fans may enjoy a new way to order some suds. Xcel Energy Center is launching a first-of-its-kind beer vending machine, placing a Budweiser “smart” beer vending machine on the main concourse near section 113.
The new Budweiser commercial tugs at your heart, and the song in the background, well, it’s memorable. The ad featuring the song “When You Come Home” has more than 15 million YouTube views. It was written and sung by Minneapolis-based musician Dan Rodriguez. “I was inspired about a guy and his dog to write a song about a friendship or relationship,” Rodriguez said.
All week, the WCCO Morning Show is taking you stories above the metro and showing off some of the coolest rooftops in the Twin Cities. For Tuesday, Edward Moody was still in the spirit of the Minnesota Twins’ home opener.
The John Williams Show Players do the HARLEM SHAKE on the SMACK DOWN!
It got real on a Korean Reality Show….Check it out on Today’s Smack Down!
Your Saturday Morning Gen X Medley takes on “HOPE,” the Budweiser Clydesdale.
Jay Leno vs. the Budweiser Super Bowl Ad on the SMACK DOWN!
Awesome Super Bowl ad takes on a baby who wakes up dancing on the Smack Down!
Some say it was the best commercial of the Super Bowl, but is it enough to win today’s Smack Down?