As MinnPost’s Artscape columnist, Pamela threw herself into the worlds of dance, music, theater, visual arts, literature and so much more.
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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.
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Delivered each Friday, the newsletter will include links to each Artscape column from the week as well as some thoughts from columnist Pamela Espeland on the upcoming events and performances she’s most excited about.
Reporter Solomon Gustavo will break down the issues and take your questions on the upcoming Minneapolis city elections.
MinnPost Tonight: a LIVE virtual talk show with local cultural luminaries discussing their work and what it means to be a Minnesotan in 2021
We’re looking to fill two positions: managing editor and audience editor.
MinnPost is no longer providing daily updates on the state’s COVID-19 data. Instead, starting today we’ll provide weekly updates on the pandemic in Minnesota.
MinnPost reporter Greta Kaul and Sahan Journal reporter Joey Peters will discuss the reporting on their recent pandemic project, what it’s been like covering COVID-19, and what they’re watching as the pandemic moves into a new phase.
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