Buckham Alley plays host to its first ever Dinner Under the Lights, a formal, five-course, Vietnamese-Soul Food fusion, family-style dinner and fundraiser. <span class='image-credits'>Mike Naddeo | Flintside</span>

In The NewsEvening descends on diners as the main course is served.

A look back at Flint's first Dinner Under the Lights


In The NewsA newly commissioned sculpture in the Mott-Warsh Collection honors 20 "Fearless Women of Flint."
In The NewsT-Pain will perform at 8 p.m. July 20 during Kettering's Centennial Fest. The show is free, but tickets are required.
In The NewsClaressa Shields will launch her community project with a free summer camp for Flint kids.

Sign up for Claressa Shields summer camp set for May 25


In The NewsChamber sign
In The NewsMott Community College students Elexis Burton of Davison, Julian York of Flushing, and Jovan Brown of Mount Morris won top honors for their film, "The Sybil Atwood Awards."

Mott Community College students take top honors for 2 films


In The NewsMuseum-goers look at the platypus exhibit at The Robot Zoo in the Sloan Museum at Courtland Center.

Sloan Museum opens Robot Zoo exhibit at Courtland Center


Feature StoryThe horseshoe shape is a key identifying characteristic of the Civic Park neighborhood.
Feature StoryAmy Swift glazes a window.
Feature StoryThe sign is on the building and Woodside Church expects to open in new location in June 2019.
In The NewsClaressa Shields (center) introduces Jasmine Burrell to Pastor Robert McCathern at Joy Tabernacle Church. Burrell will lead the Clarissa Shields Community Project.
In The NewsA view from above Max Brandon Park, a 107-acre urban forest in Flint, in fall 2018.
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