‘Guy Code’ offers insights for navigating communication

‘Guy Code’ offers insights for navigating communication

It was the ultimate litmus test. On stage five men responded to rapid-fire questions from a largely women-dominated crowd attending “The Guy Code” at the Sloan Museum Saturday. The aim of the effort organized by Girlz Galore was to answer the age-old question: What are they thinking? If only women knew. “Although there always should […]

Laughs will lift spirits in Christian comedy at McCree Theatre

Laughs will lift spirits in Christian comedy at McCree Theatre

Randall Wilburn wants to give the community something to laugh about. Adding an original contribution to the genre of family, Christian-inspired comedy will support Wilburn’s goal to put smiles on faces at the McCree Theatre when he presents “The 11th Commandment: Thou Shall Laugh” at 6 p.m. May 26. The live stage play is being […]

Flint’s Genusee Eyewear launches Kickstarter campaign to turn plastic bottles into glasses, create jobs

Flint’s Genusee Eyewear launches Kickstarter campaign to turn plastic bottles into glasses, create jobs

Flint is accustomed to giving outsiders new ways to view the city, but a social enterprise could help everyone see the community even more clearly. Genusee Eyewear takes recycled plastic bottles and converts them into glasses. Addressing vision needs in an environmentally beneficial way is at the heart of the project. A Kickstarter fundraising campaign […]

Books help build bonds at Hispanic cultural celebration

Books help build bonds at Hispanic cultural celebration

Literacy became a cause worth celebrating at a recent Totem Books event, complete with food, music, and dancing. As part of festivities in conjunction with National Independent Bookstore Day on April 28, the Hispanic Technology & Community Center hosted “Celebrando Dia del Niño y Dia del Libro” at the downtown Flint bookstore. Combining the Latino […]

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