Issue 622

21st September, 2006 - 04th October, 2006

Crosby, Stills , Nash & Young Let Their Voice (and Freedom) Ring at DTE

There was a time in the not so distant past when Rock music started proving that not only did it have the potential to change the world, but indeed possessed the power to alter the political, cultural, and social climate as we know it.

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Geared to Break Stereotypes, Confront Tradition, and Challenge Career Politics in the 95h District

As the rhetoric heats up with mid-term elections looming in November, one of the most fascinating races in the mid-Michigan area centers around a face-off perceived by pundits to be cut & dry:  the 95th District House of Representatives   contest between Democrat Andy Coulouris and Republican newcomer Joel Wilson.

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Dear That One Guy, I have been reading your columns the last few issues, and finally got the guts to write. I am a guy in my twenties who has a problem with the way I "present" in situations that are one on one with a woman.

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Since I've been providing sports columns to The Review for nearly four years now, I thought it'd probably be a good idea for readers to get to know me a tad bit better. This is my story, and I'm sticking to it: NAME?  Jack B.

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Mining the Past to Rediscover the Future

If you're one of those "music fans" who still gets a laugh when late-night talk show hosts make fun of Bob Dylan's voice, don't bother with his latest record - you never got it in the first place.

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While it is easy to get lost in the musical shuffle with such a vast array of bands performing in the Mid-Michigan area, Common Groove is a group distinguished not by glitz or glamour so much as their innate sense of fashioning a good song and a great sound, free from gimmicks and posturing.

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Every so often a band comes around that defines a generation.  In 1998 hard rock icons KORN not only defined the generation, but also created a sub-genre of music.  Jonathan Davis and company created the genre known as Rap- Rock.

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Underground Literature & the Fascinating Cultural History of Hollow Earth Theory & Literature

"There have been many books recently about important ideas or commodities that have changed the world. This one, I am happy to say, traces the cultural history of an idea that was wrong and changed nothing - but which nevertheless had an ongoing appeal.

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Advice to 'That One Guy' Dear That One Guy; Commenting on '4 Tips' given to 'Still Married Barely', it's very simple. His wife misses his FRIENDSHIP that was once part of their courting relationship.

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A New Human Instinct: Pointing a Finger at The Three Hundred Pound Gorilla

The serious problems in life. are never fully solved.... The meaning and purpose of a problem seem to lie not in its solution, but in our working at it incessantly. C.G. Jung, "Stages of Life" This may not be the smoothest way to start a new feature, but I'm just going to lay it right on the table.

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