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We’re excited to add Nancy Lyons, CEO of Clockwork and advocate for making work better, to the lineup for MinnPost Tonight. The event is set for Thursday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. CT. VIP packages and Pay What You Can tickets are available.
MinnPost Tonight: a LIVE virtual talk show with local cultural luminaries discussing their work and what it means to be a Minnesotan in 2021
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The organization has voluntarily recognized MinnPost Union, which is joining the Minnesota Newspaper & Communications Guild.
Join us for a virtual conversation with Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Tuesday, May 4, at 6 p.m. CDT. Attendance is free, but registration is required.
A rundown of our first crack at hosting a full week of insightful conversations on the ideas shaping civic and cultural life in this moment.
MinnPost Festival runs through Friday, April 9, and you can still register for your FREE pass to get access to the livestreams or recordings. But registration is required!
With such an amazing lineup of speakers for the inaugural MinnPost Festival, we’re highlighting each of our amazing sessions. Today: Sarah Longwell and Charlie Sykes from The Bulwark, who will discuss the future of the GOP.
Sarah Bellamy will discuss how art can drive social change and Penumbra Theatre’s transformation into the Penumbra Center for Racial Healing.
We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of speakers for the inaugural MinnPost Festival. Today: Errin Haines and Emily Ramshaw from The 19th, a nonprofit news organization that reports on the intersection of gender and politics.
With Pay What You Can pricing, you can reserve a MinnPost Festival pass at the price that works for you (including free!) and get access to any or all of the virtual sessions scheduled for April 5-9.
We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of speakers for the inaugural MinnPost Festival. Today: E.J. Dionne, Washington Post columnist and fellow at the Brookings Institution
It’s the last day of our spring member drive, and we’re just 45 new/renewing members from hitting an all-time record high of 6,000 members supporting MinnPost.
A donation from you today, in any amount, backs the talented reporters in our nonprofit newsroom and allows them to take you deep into the important issues facing our community in the year ahead.
Now through MinnPost Festival, we’re going to highlight our amazing lineup of speakers. First up: Astead Herndon, a national politics reporter at The New York Times.
In the spirit of MinnPost’s nonprofit mission to make journalism available free for all, all-access passes for the inaugural MinnPost Festival are available at Pay What You Can pricing, meaning you pick the price that works for your budget (including free!).