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Friday, March 6, 2015

Rear Window

The master of suspense is at it again with this fantastically intense film that stars James Stewart, Raymond Burr and Grace Kelly.

Bones Under Carriage Town

For one little boy in Flint in the ‘60s, the human bones he found in the shallow basement of his house on Stone Street were a cool object for show-and-tell at school. For Beverley A. Smith, Ph.D., they were the beginning of a puzzle that would be solved 40 years later.

Fundraiser Looks to Light Up the Alley

The Buckham Alley Festival is taking place on July 11 and it will be the fifth year of thisevent. The event brings lights, people, music and good times to a tiny alley. Buckham Alley is located a block away from Saginaw Street, right where the Torch Bar & Grill is located. The lights that go up illuminate the alleyway and completely transform it into sight worth seeingfor both those outside the city and for Flint locals.

Angela Davis visits UM-Flint

After over 20 years Angela Davis, a world political prisoner activist, returned to UM-Flint to give a public lecture to students, staff and community members on social justice issues. The lecture was held at the UM-Flint Theatre.

A Sobering Tale

Whether it’s shaken, stirred or served straight with no chaser, alcohol can be the fuel of the fire or the catalyst of a good time.

Bringing Film to the Streets

Mary Ellen Jones, known in the world of Hollywood for her work as the producer of the popular show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Moesha,” “The Wayans Bros.” and “Mama’s Family," has brought her vision and her camera to Flint.




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