Ghana-born Eunice Adjei-Bosompem wants to ease the transition for other immigrants in St. Cloud, to help them make a home — and an impact — in their city.
Members of the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus joined the MinnRoast cast for the first time, performing at our tenth anniversary extravaganza.
Radio personality Brian “BT” Turner plays our word-salad tossing president, and actress Michelle Hutchison embodies the Professor Higgins role in this “My Fair Lady” spoof.
Some very talented Minnesotans lent their voices to this year’s parodies on April 28 at the Historic State Theatre.
Photos from the pre-MinnRoast 2017 reception featuring Lee Lynch, the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, Andrew Zimmern, Mary Lahammer and more.
Photos from the pre-MinnRoast 2017 reception featuring Bernadeia Johnson, Tom Horner, R.T. Rybak, Tom Hoch and more.
Over 1,400 members, sponsors and friends enjoyed MinnPost’s tenth annual variety show on April 28, and MinnPost contributor Jana Freiband captured the evening in photos.
President Trump, who sometimes moonlights as Twin Cities radio personality Brian “BT” Turner, would like to invite you to MinnRoast 2017, this Friday, at the State Theatre.
Singing has always been an important aspect to MinnRoast, and this year he have three local professionals adding their amazing voices to our stellar line-up.
Hodges and Coleman will return to the MinnRoast stage for our 10th anniversary extravaganza on Friday, April 28, at the Historic State Theatre in downtown Minneapolis.
OutLoud!, a subgroup of the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, will showcase their talents during the closing number at this year’s MinnRoast. You won’t want to miss this performance.
Al Franken left his career as a humorist to become the junior senator from Minnesota. MinnRoast is about the only place you’ll see the Emmy Award-winning writer flex his comedic muscles.
A regular crowd-pleaser, Emmer is promising another humorous monologue for our 10th anniversary extravaganza.
One of the many highlights from last year’s MinnRoast was the video featuring Gov. Mark Dayton applying for work at his sons’ North Loop restaurant.
After a one-year absence, MinnPost is pleased to announce the return of Minnesota’s senior senator, Amy Klobuchar.
For our 10th anniversary variety show, MinnPost is proud to announce that three-time James Beard Award-winner Andrew Zimmern will be joining the cast.
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion, which opens Tuesday, draws an estimated 1,300 participants representing 300 organizations in 40 U.S. states and over a dozen countries.
Individual show-only tickets are now on sale for MinnRoast 2017, our annual song-and-skit variety show featuring Minnesota politicians, journalists and media types.
Public tickets are now available for our first MinnPost Quiz Live!, presented by the Minneapolis Foundation’s OneMpls Hub.
Tickets for MinnPost members are now available for our first-ever MinnPost Quiz Live!, presented by the Minneapolis Foundation’s OneMpls Hub.