Issue 618

13th July, 2006 - 26th July, 2006

The battle for the 95th District State House of Representatives seat is certainly one of the hottest contested primary races to be determined on August 8th.

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At the age of fifteen, Peter Noone achieved international fame as 'Herman', lead singer from one of the most legendary Pop bands from the 1960s, Herman's Hermits.

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Is it me, or is it somewhat surprising to see a river of bikes overtake Bay City? It's about to happen again soon, and I consider it a phenomenal step forward.

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Turn on The Discovery Channel on any given day of the week, and you'll likely get a glimpse of some prime time bike builders constructing some pretty cool machines. But to catch these same professionals up close, you have only to head to your own back yard. Some of the biggest names in custom bike building will be making a stop in Bay City's Veteran's Park fromJuly 27 -30 to showcase their work, and sped time hob knobbing with fans.

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"We're on a mission" Those were among the words of Bruce Springsteen during his June 17 show at DTE Energy Music Theater.

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Even since some five years before Frank Zappa's death in December 1993, little has been done when it comes to offering his music in a live setting, save a few incredible and underscored tribute bands, some of which even featured many of the composer's former band mates.

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If you are a metal band in today's times you strive to play Ozzfest. It's the tour that launched the careers of bands like Slipknot and System of a Down.

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William F. Sullivan gazed out of his machine shop at the Chevrolet Transmission Plant on East Genesee St. in Saginaw and saw his ticket out of the shop.

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It's a sunny evening on July 5th during the shank of summer and the members ofTension Head are rested & primed after the long Independence Day holiday weekend. After taking a 3-month hiatus from performing, the group is poised and ready to set the fuse on their first full-length CD release, which in and of itself is an aural package of fireworks that explodes with focused displays of passion and gut-wrenching precision.

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