Issue 626

16th November, 2006 - 06th December, 2006

Dear Guy I am a 26-year-old man who was recently incarcerated for the last of a series of stupid offenses. I made a lot of dumb mistakes as a teen-ager and adult, and got caught every time.

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Like all good sagas of sportsmanship, the tale of The Big Ugly Fish is one of determination, instinct, hard work, and a tinge of Hemingway-esque insanity  colored by a vision to create something that never existed before.

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SNAPSHOT: B.B. King and Larry McCray at the 'Blues for the Blue' Concert, Temple Theatre, Saginaw, Michigan, November 12th.

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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.

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It's no secret that Michigan has a long-standing tradition of good music.  From Motown to Eminem the Great Lakes state is known just as much for some of its musical exports as its automobiles.

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It's been nearly a quarter-century since the last record by The Who, and well over 30 years since Quadrophenia, the last "real" Who record that contained the signature bombast of Keith Moon and John Entwistle, Roger Daltrey's soaring vocals, and Pete Townshend's slashing guitars and equally cutting lyrics.

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With the elections over, we can get out of the mud and into the water.         Your water bill. And water supply. They mean more in Saginaw County than you may think - especially in the City of Saginaw, which controls the metropolitan water prices and supply for 17 suburbs and outer burbs.

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