He lost the battle, but Tucsonan Gerald Morris says his war with a grocer over ice cream advertisements isn’t over.
Despite a significant move to online ads, printed weekly grocery circulars have remained a mainstay of supermarkets, which spent more than $11 billion on newspaper circulars alone last year.
PHOENIX — In a case with statewide implications, a lawyer for the city of Phoenix argued to the Court of Appeals Tuesday that governments can decide to allow ads for condoms and contraceptives on bus shelters and benches, while denying access to candidates or controversial causes.
A billboard along Interstate 10 is disingenuous and misleading parents about childhood vaccinations, some local public health officials say.
The billboard, along Interstate 10 West between Grant Road and Miracle Mile, looks "benign," said Dr. Francisco Garcia, the chief medical officer for the Pima County Health Department. "The issue they leave out when you go to their website is the benefits of vaccines," he added.
This screen shot provided by PepsiCo shows a Super Bowl advertisement for Frito-Lay's Doritos. PepsiCo's "Crash the Super Bowl" ads are back for the seventh straight year. Two 30-second commercials made by consumers will make it on the air. Fans voted for one winner, and Doritos chose the other.
NEW YORK - You don't have to be a football player to be a part of the action on Super Bowl Sunday.
PHOENIX — A legislator who sponsored a vetoed bill to legalize electronic billboards in Arizona says agreement has been reached on a compromise to allow the outdoor advertising.
Signs of an improving economy might be in your kitchen or
The following letters are in response to the Oct. 26 article
"Insurers' profits not as big as claimed."
Stocks mostly fell Tuesday on mixed reports on home prices and
consumer confidence. Rising energy stocks and a decision by IBM
Corp. to double its stock-repurchase plan propped up the Dow Jones
industrials, but the Nasdaq composite index slid after Chinese
Internet search company Baidu Inc. …
Cook's Illustrated publisher Christopher Kimball wrote an op-ed
piece for The New York Times Oct. 8 that bemoaned what he sees as a
major change in the food-magazine landscape — the transfer of power
from editors to end-users.
The Arizona Daily Star's average weekday circulation from April
through September stayed level when compared with the same
six-month span last year. Its Saturday circulation increased nearly
6 percent, to 102,058.
It sounds like a plotline straight out of TV's "Mad Men." Nab
some guy in a hard hat on a construction site to praise a certain
detergent for getting his baby's diapers, oh, so soft.
Despite being a high school junior in New York, still two years
away from his plan to play basketball for the Arizona Wildcats,
Sidiki Johnson already has his name linked to a Tucson-based