Passion fuels Flint entrepreneur Brandon Corder’s entertainment efforts

Passion fuels Flint entrepreneur Brandon Corder’s entertainment efforts

Brandon Corder is enjoying a breakout year. While he is a veteran, national promoter, event organizer, and music producer, or “influencer,” as he prefers, 2019 has been particularly significant for his work in his hometown Flint. Ranging from a high-profile partnership planning entertainment for Kettering University’s 100th anniversary celebration to his biggest local event to […]

Flint’s restaurants and culinary centers feed city’s resurgence

Flint’s restaurants and culinary centers feed city’s resurgence

By Karen Dybis and Jackie Berg Flint’s restaurants, like the city itself, have their own unique flavor and vibe. Some have a saucy staff and menu options to match, while others are known for their sophisticated charm and cuisine. All are on display during Flint’s Restaurant Week, which puts Flint’s growing culinary scene on hyperdrive […]

Business growth in Flint’s downtown district shows promising signs

Business growth in Flint’s downtown district shows promising signs

There are promising signs of rising investment interest in Flint. There are fewer parking spaces and more open for business signs along Saginaw Street, the city’s downtown business corridor. The anticipated opening of Mott Community College’s $13 million Culinary Art Institute, the newly minted $31.4 million renovation of the Capitol Theatre and launch of the […]