Commentary:  Beyond Biden and Trump, who else and what else is there in Election 2020?
Oct05

Commentary: Beyond Biden and Trump, who else and what else is there in Election 2020?

      By Paul Rozycki             Who’s your choice — Trump or Biden? Sometimes it seems like the only thing on the ballot this year is Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden.  It’s hard to turn on the TV without seeing an ad for either candidate.  We’ve all felt the impact of the most divisive presidential contest in our lifetimes. With a month to go, it seems that this is the most important and critical presidential election in...

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East Village Magazine – October 2020
Oct02

East Village Magazine – October 2020

The latest issue of the East Village Magazine is available for download here: EVM 10.20...

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Shelter of Flint announces new president/CEO
Sep23

Shelter of Flint announces new president/CEO

Linda Bielskis has been appointed president and CEO of Shelter of Flint by the agency’s board of directors. Bielskis, who has 25 years’ experience in non-profit social service organizations  joined Shelter of Flint on an interim basic March 2 as part of a transition plan after the retirement of Anne Grantner.  She is a longtime Shelter board member and former chair. “As we move forward in these uncertain times, the Board...

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VP nominee Sen. Kamala Harris makes first campaign stop in Flint; visits local businesses and Farmers Market
Sep22

VP nominee Sen. Kamala Harris makes first campaign stop in Flint; visits local businesses and Farmers Market

By Paul Rozycki Greeted with cheers of “Kamala, Kamala,” and “Welcome to Flint,” Democratic vice- presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris began her Michigan campaign tour Tuesday, with a stop in Flint.  She visited the new Comma Bookstore near Buckham Alley before walking to the Farmers’ Market surrounded by media, Secret Service, and enthusiastic supporters. A modest crowd that waited over an hour to greet her at the Comma...

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Sunday concert cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns
Sep21

St. Paul’s Episcopal Sunday concert cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns

The first concert scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 27 in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church recently resurrected live music series has been called off, Rector Dan Scheid announced today. “I regret to inform  East Village Magazine readers that the recital scheduled for this Sunday, Sept. 27 is cancelled,”  Scheid posted on Facebook. “This is due to the continued response to Covid-19, taking into account the governor’s...

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