In 2007, Susan set out to make sense of the latest health research and trends — as she put it, “separating the hype from the evidence.”
Inside MinnPost is the place for MinnPost staff to talk about what’s going on in our enterprise. We aim to engage in a conversation with our readers, with current and prospective members, and others interested in our grand experiment in high-quality, not-for-profit local journalism.
Support MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom by bidding on an original framed and matted photograph taken by Robert Capa in June 1944, shortly after the Allied D-Day invasion of the Normandy coast.
A reimagined virtual event will feature a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Linda Greenhouse on how the Supreme Court has navigated the Trump presidency and what might happen after this year’s consequential election.
The MinnPost Board of Directors has appointed Tanner Curl to be the organization’s new executive director.
We ended the drive with a whopping 268 new/renewing members, the most we’ve ever received in a summer member drive!
We decided to change a few things around here.
Today is the last day of our Summer Member Drive, so we’re setting our sights even higher: a record-breaking 250 members.
It’s been an unusual last couple of months here at MinnPost.
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We are rooted in this community, and we believe our journalism makes our state stronger.
Join MinnPost as we welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Linda Greenhouse for an in-depth conversation on how the Supreme Court has navigated the Trump presidency and what might happen after this […]
As a reader-supported, public-service newsroom, we believe it’s our duty to bring you context and clarity around critical issues impacting Minnesotans.
We need to hear from 150 new/renewing donors by July 16!
Gustavo will cover local and regional government for the site.
We’re looking for a reporter who is interested in reporting on critical issues affecting local communities across the Twin Cities metro area.
A note from MinnPost reporter Walker Orenstein.
We believe that informed citizens make for a better community, and a key to our nonprofit mission is serving all of Minnesota, not just those who can afford it.
While social distancing has us taking a year off from MinnRoast, we’re thanking our supporters for standing with us in the critical time and taking a look back at some of the more memorable moments from MinnRoasts of yesteryear.
To recognize these generous Patrons, sponsors and donors who are supporting our nonprofit newsroom after we had to cancel MinnRoast, we’re pleased to unveil the official MinnRoast 2020 Supporter Thank You Wall. To see your name added, donate by 6 p.m. today, April 17.
While we’re sad to take a year off from MinnRoast, our most immediate concern is the financial impact of canceling MinnPost’s biggest fundraiser. You can help us bridge the gap.