State Sen. Karin Housley and former state Sen. Majority Leader Amy Koch debut a new game show at MinnRoast 2019.
This year’s survey only takes seven minutes to complete but will be an invaluable resource for MinnPost as we attempt to better serve you, our readers.
The show included monologues, songs and videos featuring host Jana Shortal, Gov. Tim Walz, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Tom Emmer, state Sen. Karin Housley, Mayors Melvin Carter and Jacob Frey, singers Jim and Terry Walsh, singer/actor Bradley Greenwald, choral group OutLoud! and many more.
Hundreds crowded into Rock Bottom Brewery on Hennepin for the pre-show Patron reception. MinnPost contributing photographer Annabelle Marcovici captured the evening.
MinnRoast features Minnesota politicians, journalists, singers and actors. All proceeds support MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom.
Over 1,100 Patrons, sponsors and friends enjoyed MinnPost’s 12th annual variety show on April 26 at the Historic State Theatre in downtown Minneapolis.
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Rep. Tom Emmer used his MinnRoast 2019 appearance to discuss the challenges and joys of leading the GOP’s congressional campaign efforts and ends with a tribute to his late friend across the aisle, Tom Rukavina.
Everything’s bigger in Duluth.
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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.
MinnRoast is the highlight of Minnesota’s political calendar. Every year politicians, journalists, actors, and muscians converge at the State Theatre to gently skewer Minnesota politics and each other.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reworked Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” for MinnRoast 2018. What will he do this year?
Every year politicians, journalists, actors, and singers converge at the State Theatre to gently skewer Minnesota politics and each other. Get your tickets today!
Last year, Mayors Frey and Carter stole the show with their debut musical performances. This year, they’ll have to make way for Duluth Mayor Emily Larson in her MinnRoast debut.
OutLoud! — an ensemble of the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus — has become a perennial crowd favorite at MinnRoast.
The entire Minnesota congressional delegation is colluding … to make you laugh at MinnRoast 2019. What shenanigans are they up to?
Jana Shortal, the effortlessly cool host of Kare 11’s ‘Breaking the News,’ isn’t afraid to break the rules. So don’t expect that to change as she takes on the role of MinnRoast emcee.
Former Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch is a MinnRoast veteran. This will be state Sen. Karin Housley’s first appearance on the State Theatre stage.