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2017 Alternative Holiday Gift Guide

Stumped for gift-giving this year? Let the entertainment world (and Review) be your guide! Here are our top picks from this year of things to listen to, read, and watch, all just perfect for wrapping up in a big, festive red bow.

16th November, 2017 | 0 Comments

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The Saginaw Art Museum Stages a Rare & Vivid Exhibition of an Iconic Artist Lost & Found in the Mists of The American Dream

She was not the usual movie idol. There was something democratic about her. She was the type who would join in and wash up the supper dishes even if you didn't ask her.   - Carl Sandburg Marilyn Monroe - few names trigger such a rush of imagery in the American Psyche.

24th September, 2008 | 0 Comments

Taking a life is a destiny-altering event for any police officer.  But for Saginaw Patrol Officer Michael East, it was a call where he didn't take a life but might have that made him decide to write a book about his experiences.

13th March, 2008 | 0 Comments

Editor's Note: The iconoclastic and ever unique 'White's Bar' will be celebrating its 70th Anniversary on Saturday, June 30th.  A Saginaw landmark for 3 generations and counting, the '70th Anniversary Party' will consist of an all-day outdoor festival with 12-bands, including Sprout, Stamp'd, The Mongrels, The Banana Convention, Red Shaft, Flashmob and more.

14th June, 2007 | 0 Comments

Whether he's riding shotgun in an F-16 rocketing thousands of feet in the wild blue yonder or diving twenty thousand leagues under the sea to tell a dead man's tale of another Great Lakes shipwreck, Ric Mixter is driven by a passion for story telling.

31st May, 2007 | 0 Comments

In 1974 a youthful P.J. O'Rourke was looking for articles for the "Pubescence" issue of National Lampoon he was editing and asked Contributing Editor Chris Miller for some of his famously hilarious perversity.

16th November, 2006 | 0 Comments

It started with seven words. Not just any seven, mind you, but THE Seven Words that, until 1972, would remain taboo to the point of ridiculousness. While they may have blemished George Carlin's radio career, those particular expletives launched him into superstardom; setting the standard for a new and frank approach to comedy.

19th October, 2006 | 0 Comments

Doug Peacock is one of those rare, intelligent, and earthy individuals that you'd expect to see arise from the pages of a Ken Kesey novel: passionate about the American wilderness and 'larger than life' because he embraces it so strongly.

05th October, 2006 | 0 Comments

The Gentle Genius of National Lampoon Founder Doug Kenney

"What this requires is a really stupid and futile gesture on someone's part." - Otter in National     Lampoon's Animal House "Well, what the hail we spoze ta do, yah  mo-ron?" - Stork (played by Doug  Kenney) in Animal House When Robert Sam Anson's cover profile of recently deceased National Lampoon founder Doug Kenney hit the newsstands in the autumn of 1981, the general reaction was one of shock and dismay.

05th October, 2006 | 0 Comments

Confessions of a Teenage Rock Star

Only 15-years old when the band first formed, The Runaways served as the 'Queens of Noise' from 1975-78, knocking down barriers as one of the first all-girl groups to both sing and play their own instruments.

14th June, 2001 | 1 Comments

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