Bob Ingrassia

About Me

Bob IngrassiaI live in St. Paul, Minn., with my wife, Lida Poletz, and our two children, Alex and Roman.

At work, I am vice president of external relations at Minnesota Children’s Museum. Previously I was a senior director at Fast Horse, an integrated marketing agency in Minneapolis. My professional experience also includes reporting and editing positions at Minnesota Public Radio, Internet Broadcasting, the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the New York Daily News and the Dallas Morning News.

My expertise includes digital media, news writing and reporting, editing and content marketing. In 2009, I founded Newsbobber, an aggregator of Minnesota news, blogs and social media. At Minnesota Public Radio, I led a team that launched Minnesota Today, an online hub for news, arts and culture.

I am an adjunct instructor at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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  • Betsy Scott-Watson // October 20, 2015 at 7:15 am | Reply

    Hello, found ya, again! I will be in Minneapolis for my Father’s 80th with my husband and our 3 teenagers – would be nice to see you one of these days and I know I thought about writing things about your late and great Sister – have not really got around to yet but anyway we will be having a drinks party on Dec. 18th and if you might like to come pop me your mailing address to my email and I will send ya an invitation, if not perhaps we shall meet and chat another time, I do come back at least once a year, take care Betsy (Campbell ) Scott-Watson

  • Betsy Scott-Watson // October 20, 2015 at 7:16 am | Reply

    Oops Dec. 19th

  • Albert Milgrom // November 27, 2016 at 2:06 pm | Reply

    Re: the travel piece on Ukraine–Regarding Lviv: Were you aware of the fact that before WWII the city comprised almost 35% Jewish population?
    No records, mementos among the “charm” you wrote about recalling that ethnicity? I would imagine it would hold some relevance to WWII Lviv history also not mentioned! Re:the Carpathian highlands:this was onetime Ruthenia, whence many Minn.Rusins (Ruthenians) hailed with farmsteads stemming from that WWI era. And the relevant literature coming out of Ukrainian Galicia. !!!

  • Alberto // January 25, 2017 at 1:58 am | Reply

    Hi Bob, I see you have some R.E.M. Fan club stuff.
    Is it something you are interested to sell perhaps? 🙂
    Cheers

    Alberto

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