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In The News Linda Samarah is a Flint native and a member of the city's task force on public safety.

“A better, more equitable and compassionate world is possible”


Feature Story Modern Queer main
In The News Xzavier Simon

A letter to the future Black & Queer generations


In The News A view of a thawing out Thread Lake.

Flintside News in Brief, February 24, 2021


Feature Story King Ca$hes

Fatherhood, music, and influence: the new era of King Ca$hes


Feature Story Dr. Debra Furr Holden is a Flint native and Associate Dean for Public Health Integration at Michigan State University, Division of Public Health in the College of Human Medicine.
In The News Brently Collins makes a save during Flint City HC practice at Berston Fieldhouse on February 6.
In The News Brandon Jamison has hosted radio shows for Club 93.7 for more than a decade.

B-Ray: Flint’s local DJ and community activist


In The News Flint native Teresa Baker is focused on creating more representation in education materials for kids.
Feature Story Jake Saldaña and his son play inside of Sal's gym.

“When you’re not allowed to give up, you change”


Feature Story "The message I want to get out to other people is, the way that you see life right now, that s*** don't have to be permanent. It's just a moment."
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Late Winter Exhibitions

February 19-March 20, 2021
“Late Winter Exhibitions,” February 19-March 20, 2021 Buckham Gallery (121 W. Second. Street) is pleased to announce three concurrent exhibitions featuring Chad Erpelding, Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay and Jordan Vinyard. Chad Erpelding’s "Gains and ...
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Pitch4K Idea Pitch Competition

March 11, 2021, 5:30 p.m.
Virtual
Join us to hear the amazing new ideas Flint has to offer in our Idea Pitch Competition! The virtual pitch competition is at 5:30 p.m. on March 11, 2021. Submissions are open until January 8, 2021. These ideas could change the world. Experience the people of Flint and ...
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Americans are best when they engage in civil conversation with people of opposing views, but today many feel they can’t be friends with those whose politics are different. The Civility Project is changing that. Long-time journalists and unlikely friends Stephen ...
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