Arts and Culture

In The NewsThe second annual 'Tales from the Hood' is 4-6 p.m. June 13.

'Tales from the Hood' returns for second year


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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 NewsYinka Shonibare CBE, “Magic Ladder Kid VI,” detail, 2018, Fiberglass mannequin, Dutch wax printed cotton textile, wooden ladder, hardback books, globe, buckram cloth and steel baseplate, 113.18” x 58.26” x 31.49”.  © Copyright Yinka Shonibare CBE, 20
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 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 NewsBrandon Corder is bringing the first ever major standalone event to Brush Park over Memorial Day weekend.
In The NewsBoxers shadow box in the ring at Berston Field House in Flint.

Ruth Mott Foundation awards $2 million to north Flint programs


In The NewsCharles Boike
In The NewsApplewood is open for the 2017 season 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays from May 4 through October 29. Parking, admission, and activities are always free.
Feature StoryMore than 100 people have contacted Megan Heyza looking for help with repairs as part of The Porch Project
In The NewsFlint City Councilman Maurice Davis cuts the ribbon at the official rededication ceremony for the Civic Park Neighborhoods historic marker.

A sign of Civic Park's past and future


Feature StoryIra Dorsey talks the Dayton Family, investing in youth, and supporting the arts in an interview.
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