Please join MinnPost as we welcome Brian Klaas for an in-depth conversation on the threats facing democracy across the globe and what can be done to reverse these trends. Klaas, a Minnesota native, is a political scientist and columnist for The Washington Post and will join MinnPost Editor Andrew Putz onstage at the Cowles Center on Monday, Nov. 18. All […]
As you may have heard, there’s a pretty big election happening in 2020. There’s the presidential contest, of course, in which Minnesota’s electoral votes may play an important role for the first time in forever. But that’s hardly the only reason why election 2020 is going to be a very big deal. Several of the […]
In Minnesota, talking about ‘the environment’ is often synonymous with talking about water, a resource central to the state’s economy — and its identity. It’s also at the heart of many of the state’s most critical debates: over agriculture, copper-nickel mining and oil pipelines. MinnPost reporter Walker Orenstein will take a look at these and […]
MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan, Walker Orenstein and Taryn Phaneuf will look back at the 2019 Minnesota Legislative session at the next MinnPost Social on May 28 at Elsie’s in northeast Minneapolis.
MinnRoast is our annual song-and-skit variety show featuring your favorite local politicians, journalists, singers and actors singing, dancing and poking fun at each other and the state of the state we all love. And while it’s a fun evening out, MinnRoast is also MinnPost’s largest fundraising event of the year, providing crucial support for the […]
MinnRoast is great, but what’s even better? Catching the pre-show reception. At this exclusive gathering, you’ll rub elbows with some of the biggest names in Minnesota politics and media while enjoying great food and drinks.
Technology and demography are bringing about big changes across Minnesota. MinnPost writers Gregg Aamot and Greta Kaul will talk about that evolution, and both the opportunities and challenges it brings.
Join MinnPost reporter Peter Callaghan to look at what’s to come in the 2019 legislative session.