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A Night to Remember

Over 325 people filled the Genevieve Ballroom at Lumber Barons in Bay City on the evening of April 12th to honor top musicians in 60 categories of Rock, Country, Jazz, Blues & Miscellaneous divisions of the 29th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony. Over 6000 votes were cast by music fans over a 3 month period from January through March of this year, with 948 musicians nominated throughout the Great Lakes Bay region.

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It’s time again to Go Wild! and Celebrate Earth Day with Mid Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA) at the Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square in Saginaw on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 10 am to 2 pm.

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Right next to the Review offices at 316 S. Hamilton Street in Old Town Saginaw Counter Culture is happening. I’m not talking about anything so oblique as philosophy, or historical as the dawn of Haight Asbury or the Ann Arbor Free Clinic back in the 1960s, but something physical, immediate, and evolving into something different with the dawn of each new day.

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The Capricious Line • April 9 – June 27

Saginaw Art Museum director Stacey Gannon is obviously excited as she walks me around the major exhibition hall while the finishing touches are being put into place for the upcoming world premier of New Yorker cartoonist Edward Koren’s work entitled The Capricious Line.

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Few American musicals have touched as many hearts & minds as Rogers & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music. This by now classic tale of a young postulant that becomes Governess to seven adopted children in war-torn Austria assumes a poignancy that only true stories can convey, while also growing richer and stronger within our hearts over the years because of the selfless humanity that it both exhibits and generates.

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It’s fair to say that Kevin Novellino is one of the more recognizable citizens of the Bay City area. A former Bay City Commissioner, Kevin and his wife Jen have also been fixtures in the Midland Street Business District for over a decade. Over the last few years their Brooklyn Boyz enterprise has evolved from a NYC style pizza kitchen to a full service Italian restaurant and bar.

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2015 marks another year of changes for the annual Saginaw On Stage Music Festival, which celebrates its 12th anniversary of showcasing regional musical talent on Saturday, April 25th from 5-10 PM at the Temple Theatre Complex in Downtown Saginaw.

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