Learn about the state of Michigan’s involvement with The Civil War at the Sloan Museum on East Kearsley Street in Flint’s Cultural Center. The program is called “The Brave and the Faithful: Michigan in the Civil War”.
Wyatt Earp Records was one of the last actual record stores standing in Genesee County prior to it's doors closing for good in December of 2011. The business will soon re-open a physical store, but this time with some new features and a Downtown Flint location.
A few months back, Facebook warned of a man traveling door-to-door asking for help, then in turn robbing people accompanied by a photo a the alleged robber. Another warning is circulating, this time regarding a door-to-door scam.
In case you’ve missed the local story about “Lilly the Deer”. Lilly who lives as a pet with the Genesee county family the past five years and was raised by them from a new born fawn. Outside forces want to remove her from her family home.The Detroit Zoo says it will take Lilly if s…
Enjoy the beauty and entertainment at the 46th Annual Flint Art Fair on the grounds of Flint Institute of Arts on East Kearsley. Artists and craft makers will be displaying original art, pottery, jewelry, clothing and more. Also live music will be going on during the fair.