Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman11 hours ago

Friends,

Rosh Hashanah begins the Jewish Days of Awe, an annual period for reflection.

As my Jewish friends and neighbors begin their observance of the High Holy Days, I too am thinking about how we can make Minnesota a better place for ourselves...

Chris Coleman13 hours ago

RT @XcelEnergyCtr: GM Jack Larson, @mnwild President Matt Majka, @mayorcoleman, NCHC's Josh Fenton @SaintPaul's Adam Johnson welcoming @Th

Chris Coleman15 hours ago

RT @JohnHoffmanMN: I for one want medical professionals in on my healthcare decisions not Washington politicians! #protectourcare... https…

Chris Coleman16 hours ago

The news coming from Mexico City is truly devastating. The victims, the missing and their loved ones are in our thoughts. #PrayForMexico

Chris Coleman1 day ago
Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman1 day ago

Nooky Jones just doing what they do best. #MusicWithTheMayor #ColeMN

Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman shared their event.2 days ago

The The New Standards + BEN KYLE + Nooky Jones + beer = your Tuesday night plans.

Looking forward to seeing so many of you tonight at #MusicWithTheMayor! If you haven't already, RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1729260727381942/?action_history=null

Chris Coleman2 days ago
Chris Coleman2 days ago

RT @mayorcoleman: I ❤️ the @minnesotalynx @Twolves_PR and @MNUFC - but i think the @chicagotribune and @AP spelled "Coleman" wrong. 🤷🏼‍♂ #C

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