The East Village Magazine – December 2021 and January 2022
Jan18

The East Village Magazine – December 2021 and January 2022

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The East Village Magazine – November 2021
Nov13

The East Village Magazine – November 2021

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The East Village Magazine – October 2021
Oct06

The East Village Magazine – October 2021

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Education Beat: busy Flint Community Schools board settles teachers’ contract, fills board vacancies, addresses bats and black mold as teacher attrition continues, enrollment dips below 3,000
Sep30

Education Beat: busy Flint Community Schools board settles teachers’ contract, fills board vacancies, addresses bats and black mold as teacher attrition continues, enrollment dips below 3,000

By Harold C. Ford It took more than four hours, but the remaining five members of the Flint Board of Education (FBOE) got work done at their Sept. 29 meeting, including settling a contract with the teachers’ union, filling the two board vacancies created by recent resignations, electing officers, reviewing efforts to sell vacant schools, and approving action to eliminate bats and black mold in elementary schools. Teacher...

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Commentary: City Council election crucial to Flint’s future — Vote Nov. 2! Don’t put it off!
Sep29

Commentary: City Council election crucial to Flint’s future — Vote Nov. 2! Don’t put it off!

By Paul Rozycki Update: EVM has learned that Chris Del Morone is a write-in candidate in Ward 6. We have added his name below and apologize for this omission.  Recently a scheduled forum hosted by write-in candidates Tanya Rison (1st Ward), and Lakeisha Tureaud (7th Ward), presented a worrisome portent for the Nov. 2 city council election. The meeting, where voters could have a chance to meet write-in candidates for the Flint City...

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Flint Repertory Theatre returns to the stage Oct.  8 with Beckett absurdist comedy
Sep29

Flint Repertory Theatre returns to the stage Oct. 8 with Beckett absurdist comedy

By Patsy Isenberg After eighteen months of no live theatre indoors in Flint, the Flint Repertory Theatre (The Rep) begins its 2021-2022 season with a production of the absurdist comedy “Happy Days.” The play opens with an 8 p.m. Oct. 8 performance, with a run of eight more performances through Oct. 17.  All audience members will be required to wear masks and present either proof of vaccination or negative results of a COVID test....

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