Thank you to our VIPs, sponsors, passholders, panelists and staff for making this event a success!
Chef and restauranteur Ann Kim (Pizzeria Lola, Hello Pizza, Young Joni, Sooki & Mimi and Kim’s) and Planned Parenthood North Central States President & CEO Ruth Richardson will join the lineup.
They’ll discuss the political and media landscape shaping Minnesota and the country today.
After years of decline, Main Streets and downtowns across Greater Minnesota are experiencing a rebirth.
Public Square will feature vendors, interactive experiences, activities for all ages, and food and drink, all centered around three conversations with local newsmakers and thought leaders throughout the day.
MinnPost reporter Peter Callaghan will lead this one-on-one conversation covering Walz’s views on the top issues facing Minnesota one year into his second term and his growing national profile.
Outdoor music, camping, Pride, biking, watching soccer, ice cream — all of these are part of my version of the quintessential Minnesota summer.
Throughout our summer member drive, we’ll be talking about the quintessential parts of Minnesota summers.
Bee Howerton joined us as development associate in May, and Alicia Pedersen came on board as membership manager this month.
Today is the last day of our Spring Member Drive, and we’re just 14 donations away from hitting our goal by midnight tonight.
The only way the media can hold your government accountable is through independent journalism. And as a nonprofit newsroom, MinnPost is truly independent.
MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein will answer your questions about the 2023 Legislative session.
MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein will answer your questions at our next in-person event.
We’re so close to reaching our year-end fundraising goal, and you can help us cross the finish line.
We have an exciting opportunity today: a $4,000 matching gift made possible by NewsMatch.
Big news isn’t limited to the metro area, and neither is MinnPost’s essential reporting.
As a nonprofit, MinnPost is truly independent — we’re not beholden to any corporate shareholders or a billionaire owner.