Robert E Martin


Robert E. Martin is co-founder, Editor, & Publisher of Review Magazine, an independent publication of news, the arts, and culture, which was established in 1979. He graduated from Albion College & the University of Sussex, in Brighton England, and has also contributed to many statewide and national publications.
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Michigan Public Schools Getting More Money for Fewer Students Despite claims by The Detroit Free Press and the Senate Minority leader asserting state funding cuts are a reason some public school districts are in financial distress, according to the State Fiscal Agency, K-12 public education has received hundreds of millions of dollars more the past few years, despite there being a drop in the number of students the past three years.

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As they move into the culmination of their 2014 season, Bay City Players is delving into the world of mystery and intrigue that only a master such as Arthur Conan Doyle could create with a presentation of Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, which was adapted by Steven Dietz and is based upon the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir.

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All of us at The Review are excited about our upcoming 28th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony & Celebration, which is set to commence on Sunday, April 27th in the Genevieve Ballroom at Lumber Barons in Bay City, which is located at 804 E.

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The Final Round of voting in the Review’s 28th Annual Music Awards Ceremony is now underway.  During the nomination round we had a total of 6,702 votes cast for all categories and divisions; and now is your opportunity to determine the top selection for each division by going to our online edition at www.

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With one of the coldest and most snow-filled winters in recent years, The Friends of Hoyt Park are earnestly engaged in a series of events sponsored by Dow and hosted by PRIDE in Saginaw entitled Bringing Back the Ice Again at Hoyt Park, which features Free Open Skating & Sledding, $2.

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It was by sheer providence that Bay City businessman Brian Martindale came upon a local newspaper story back in September of 2012 telling the tale of Jessica Schwerin, a 10-year old who had been diagnosed with kidney failure and was in desperate need of transplant in order to live.

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For their next winter performance of their 2014 season, The Bay City Players are busily shaping together the dramatic intricacies and comedic structure of Born Yesterday, which premiered on Broadway in 1946 starring Judy Holliday; and was also translated to film in 1950 and remade for contemporary audiences in 1993.

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Since it's inception back in 2006, The Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival has diligently strived to bring a divergent array of cutting edge independent films & music to venues throughout Bay City for a four-day artistic excursion that stands out from the predictable fodder of comic book epics that populate the mainstream Cineplexes that are located next to your local shopping mall.

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Although the progression of Detroit's bankruptcy has loomed large in the news, the issues of escalating health care & legacy costs that has driven Detroit's fiscal woes over the past several decades is not unique.

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Apple Inc. has used a complex web of offshore entities - including three foreign subsidiaries that the company claims are not tax resident in any nation - to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.

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The countdown is on for one of the Major Musical Extravaganzas of the year - the 27th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony & Celebration is set to take off on Sunday, April 21st at the BARTS Complex in Bay City, which is located at 804 E.

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As the newly elected Chairman of the Saginaw County Board of Commissioners, Michael Hanley is taking his expansive experience working within the mechanism of government at all levels and bringing his energy to stabilizing the economics of government while channeling his focus on the goal of economic development in Saginaw County.

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Nominations have been received for the 27th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony & Celebration with over 5700  votes in the initial round. We have narrowed all nominees down to the top five in each category, with the exception of tie votes that occurred in certain categories.

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For the 28th year in a row the Sonoma State University student and faculty program has concluded its annual search for major & significant but under-reported news stories;  and once again, Project Censored has cast the spotlight on stories many Americans never heard but need to know about.

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The Bay City Players' production of “And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little” written by Paul Zindel offers local theater goers a rare opportunity to experience a complex yet compelling drama laced with humor, madness and explosive confrontations.

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