Arts and Culture

In The NewsThe Draeger sisters, all current or former MCC clowns, performed together for the first time in the Detroit Thanksgiving Day parade.
In The NewsLaTashia M. Perry is the author of six books that help children celebrate being black and appreciate diversity.
In The NewsHusband-wife team Spencer Ruegsegger and Kristy Bearse are planning to open an arcade bar inside the newly renovated Capitol Theatre in 2019.

New arcade bar set to open in downtown Flint in 2019


In The Newscherisse resized

Essence magazine highlights work of Flint's own Cherisse Bradley


Feature StoryShift and Floradora opened in May in the corner space of the Capitol Theatre.

Downtown Flint seeing dramatic increase in retail businesses


In The NewsDarwin McGuire, Genesee District Library technical services manager, searches a wide selection of music on hoopla digital.

Genesee District Library adds at-home streaming with hoopla app


In The NewsSoul Foundry is the brain-child of Flint’s own Ashley Peacock. It is a recording studio crafted by hometown hands and showcasing hometown talent. 

Nationwide debut of Flint musician's 'Revolution' set for Friday


In The NewsChia Morgan founded the annual communitywide Thanksgiving dinner at just 22 years old.
In The NewsFlintFrightFilmFest
Feature StoryScott Middle School students push a delivery of supplies gifted through the Flint Classroom Supply Fund through the newly reopened school.
In The NewsStudents at Scott Middle School check out the new instruments provided through VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

VH1 Save the Music comes to Scott Middle School in Flint


In The Newsbruno thank you

Flint sends thank you to Bruno Mars after $1 million gift


In The NewsMike Walsh of Burton begins to paddle down the Flint River at Kayak Flint.

Here's why kayaking will return to the Flint River


In The NewsAlex and Natalie Kadie always knew they were destined to be entrepreneurs.

Eight Ten: Tough as nails and investing in Flint


Feature StoryThe congregation at Master's House Deaf Church in Flint sings along with their hands during service.

The heart hears all at Master's House Deaf Church in Flint


Feature StoryLocal skateboarders are raising money and making much needed repairs at the Flint Skatepark, which opened 10 years ago.

Meet the volunteers saving Flint's only skatepark


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