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PODCAST: From health inequity to a "hyperjump" for Michigan


Feature Story David Aaron, formerly known as Justin Daye, made a splash on the local music scene in the early 2010s but seemingly vanished from the city and music for several years.

"Capturing a sense of balance" through the life of David Aaron


Feature Story “I’m trying to get to a place where I can find all of myself in my music." Rap artist and podcast host Figga Da Kid is focused on work, music, and success.
In The News The Signal Boost talent competition is open for submissions for Flint youth, ages 14-23.
Partner Content Produce at a Michigan Farm to Family: CSA pickup at Lakeshore Depot in Marquette.

In the Upper Peninsula, finding an affordable CSA is a SNAP


In The News A look inside the activity area of EAST Facility that offers a fun learning experience through games and sports.

"We want them to have fun without knowing they are learning"


Feature Story From left to right: APIA president Willie Dechavez, Commissioner Anthony Eid, Commissioner Richard Weiss, Commissioner M.C. Rothhorn, Commissioner Rebecca Szetela, Rebeka Islam, APIA Vice President Leinda Schleicher
In The News Dr. Thomas Henthorn, shown here giving a bike tour of Flint's neighborhood history, was a recipient of a Michigan Humanities award.

Two from Flint recognized with awards from Michigan Humanities


Partner Content A child in the Child and Family Charities Family Growth Center's community garden.
Longform Norris Stephens of Good Medicine Farms at the Ypsilanti Farmers Market, where participants in Washtenaw County's Prescription for Health program can cash in "prescriptions" for fresh food.
Feature Story Timothy Goodrich preps a drink behind the coffee bar for a customer inside of Dorothy Day's Coffee House in East Village.
In The News Alex Love created Garden of Youth water in response to the ongoing Flint Water Crisis and the desire to give Flint residents clean water.