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Jason Waggoner: Connecting the Community with Yellow Chair Diaries | The GOODS

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“Welcome to the Yellow Chair Diaries community where the cool kids hang out!” 

This is how Flint-based singer/songwriter Jason Waggoner starts his weekly show Yellow Chair Diaries on his Facebook Live feed. During the hour-long livestream, he performs for viewers in real-time, playing the guitar and singing familiar tunes as well as his own original music.

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Cherisse Bradley Goes Virtual for Annual "I Found My Voice" Event | The GOODS

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Like many performing artists in the beginning of 2020, Flint native Cherisse Bradley would have never predicted that she wouldn’t be able to hit the stage due to the pandemic. But like the old saying goes, the show must go on. This year, the multifaceted singer, producer, dancer and activist is streaming her annual “I Found My Voice” event online.

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Tierra J. Anthony: Creating Her Own Culture | The GOODS

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Tierra J. Anthony is a mother, wife and boss who has found success on YouTube by consistently showcasing her many talents and keeping it real with her viewers.

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Alex Dav: Community Over Everything | The GOODS

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A man of many skills, Antwaun Alexander Davis, also known as Alex Dav, has been contributing to his community for the past several years, and doesn't plan on slowing down anytime soon. 

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Egypt Otis of Comma Bookstore: Representation Matters | The GOODS

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This year has been one for the books as COVID-19 brought about unexpected changes and an overwhelming air of uncertainty. While most people wondered how 2020 could get even worse, others chose to find a silver lining. For Egypt Otis of Flint, the pandemic gave her the incentive to follow her dream and open up a bookstore in the heart of her hometown.

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