Alexandria Brown

Alexandria Brown is a reporter, photographer and videographer for Flintside. She is serving as project editor for On the Ground in the Civic Park neighborhood and is a lifelong resident of Genesee County. A graduate of Powers Catholic High School, she went on to the University of Rochester in New York state, where she earned a bachelor's degree with a dual major in English/Communications and History and minor in Environmental Humanities. Alexandria especially loves photography and is also a classically trained pianist. 

Feature Story Montrae King, 17 eyeing the camera before heading off to work at the Agriculture House on Rankin Avenue.

Flint Grounds Crew: Job training, life changing


In The News Studio on the Go

Studio on the Go to teach Flint kids about music production


In The News The Civic Park Summer Kick off was held at the Centennial Pavilion across from Joy Tabernacle Chuch.

Flintside office opens in Civic Park


In The News Bryan Leach, CEO of Polo Grounds answers industry questions from local artists in the V2xV music studio after the meet and greet.
In The News Civic Park
In The News Anna Mansfield is the engagement manager for Flintside’s On the Ground program in the Civic Park neighborhood≥
In The News The second annual 'Tales from the Hood' is 4-6 p.m. June 13.

'Tales from the Hood' returns for second year


In The News V2xV features everything needed to record and produce beats.
In The News Holmes Stem Academy
Feature Story Linn Aikins stands at the entrance to Dougherty Park, which she has made her mission to cleanup.

One woman's fight to save Flint's hidden park


In The News Claressa 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


Feature Story The horseshoe shape is a key identifying characteristic of the Civic Park neighborhood.
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