Starting today, MinnPost will be publishing several articles a week from Twin Cities Business, as part of a content partnership between the publications. In exchange, several MinnPost stories a week will appear on the business magazine’s website, tcbmag.com.
Twin Cities Business, like MinnPost, is committed to high-quality reporting and writing, and they publish a nice mix of in-depth articles and breaking news.
The first TCB article on MinnPost is “Andrew Zimmern: The Business Behind Bizarre,” an excellent profile by TCB Associate Editor Adam Platt.
In addition, MinnPost has arranged to publish one article a month from a fascinating new print magazine in town called Thirty Two.
Thirty Two, which appears quarterly, describes itself as “Minnesota’s forward-looking culture and ideas magazine with a literary edge.” We’ve been impressed with what we’ve seen in their first few issues.
Our first piece from Thirty Two was published last week: “The War on Milk” describes the “milk underground” that distributes and consumes raw milk in Minnesota.
MinnPost will continue to rely primarily on original reporting and writing by our own journalists, for and about Minnesota. But partnerships like these enable us to offer our readers a broader range and greater quantity of high-quality journalism.