Everything’s bigger in Duluth.
Mayor Melvin Carter stole the show with his MinnRoast debut in 2018. This year, he definitely managed to live up to the hype. Check out video from his performance.
MinnPost’s first MinnPost Social in Greater Minnesota featured writers Gregg Aamot and Greta Kaul.
The spring drive ended with 193 new/renewing members, just 7 shy of our goal. But those who aren’t members can donate now and still have a big impact on MinnPost’s in-depth coverage of local news!
Heading into the last day of the drive, we’re 73 away from hitting our goal of 200 new/renewing MinnPost members. Will you help us get across the finish line?
Of the 410,215 readers who use MinnPost each month, only .9% do something that is really special.
Readers are the center of MinnPost’s universe, both in terms of whom we serve and who provides the largest source of funding for our nonprofit newsroom.
Want to enjoy a great night out, see some of the biggest names in Minnesota politics try to be funny, and support our nonprofit newsroom? Then you’ll want to get your tickets to MinnRoast 2019.
The event will feature a discussion on the opportunities and challenges facing Greater Minnesota.
MinnPost is hitting the road with reporters Gregg Aamot and Greta Kaul for a special MinnPost Social at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph.
MinnRoast — our annual night of jokes, parodies and laughs — is set for Friday, April 26, at the Historic State Theatre. We invite you to become a MinnRoast Patron of this cherished annual MinnPost tradition, which not only gets you tickets to the show, but also gives you access to the exclusive pre-show reception at Rock Bottom Brewery.
On Thursday, Feb. 7, MinnPost is co-presenting an event with the Minnesota Journalism Center to look at the evolving business model of journalism, featuring a conversation with MinnPost Publisher & CEO Andy Wallmeyer and Magda Konieczna, author of “Journalism Without Profit: Making the News When the Market Fails.”
More than 100 MinnPost members and readers braved the cold on Monday, Jan. 21, to attend the latest MinnPost Social to hear MinnPost reporter Peter Callaghan talk about the new legislative session.
Thanks to the support of readers, MinnPost closed 2018 by reaching its year-end drive goal and setting a new record for MinnPost membership.
It’s coming down to the wire for our year-end goal, but with just $9,396 to go, we’re confident we can get there by midnight. You can help put us over the top with a donation right now!
Thanks to the 503 supporters who’ve donated so far this month, we’re within striking distance of our year-end fundraising goal. To get there, we need to raise $18,190 before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31. Will you donate now to support in-depth coverage of Minnesota news in 2019?
So far this month, more than 350 supporters have donated to put us just $31,181 away from hitting our year-end goal. Hearty thanks to those generous donors. If you haven’t given yet, will you help us close the gap and power our reporting in 2019?
MinnPost’s in-depth coverage goes beyond petty politics and deep into the policy challenges facing Minnesota. If you value our thoughtful, independent journalism, will you power our reporting in 2019 with a year-end tax-deductible donation? Your support in any amount is crucial to our work in the year ahead.