We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of speakers for the inaugural MinnPost Festival. Today: Errin Haines and Emily Ramshaw from The 19th, a nonprofit news organization that reports on the intersection of gender and politics.
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.
With Pay What You Can pricing, you can reserve a MinnPost Festival pass at the price that works for you (including free!) and get access to any or all of the virtual sessions scheduled for April 5-9.
We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of speakers for the inaugural MinnPost Festival. Today: E.J. Dionne, Washington Post columnist and fellow at the Brookings Institution
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Now through MinnPost Festival, we’re going to highlight our amazing lineup of speakers. First up: Astead Herndon, a national politics reporter at The New York Times.
Registration is now open for a free virtual event — MinnPost Social: A look at the 2021 Minnesota Legislature (so far) — on Tuesday, March 9, from 5 to 6 p.m.
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I’m excited to announce the inaugural MinnPost Festival, a series of engaging conversations with some of the most insightful minds from politics, media and culture.
The year hasn’t been all bad, and one of the bright spots has been the response by readers to the journalism MinnPost produced in 2020.
Be it a federal contest or a suburban City Council race, I believe an indispensable ingredient of a healthy democracy is honest, fair, fact-based journalism.
The coming of COVID-19 has been devastating for the arts. Almost overnight, everything in our buzzing, vibrant arts economy changed.
It’s been an exceptionally busy year for my colleagues and me. In addition to covering the major news events of this year, we’ve launched a daily newsletter to keep you informed about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Minnesotans.
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Registration is now open for a free virtual event — MinnPost Social: Worst Year Ever? A Panel Discussion — on Tuesday, Dec. 15 from 5 – 6 p.m.