Issue 628

21st December, 2006 - 10th January, 2007

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (it will be streamed)

Back in the day writing about the past year in television was much easier. Three major networks offering shows like "Bonanza" or "The Love Boat". A smattering of UHF channels (you've heard of your parents and teachers talk about "rabbit ears" haven't you, children?) that brought Three Stooges reruns, studio wrestling and late-night Chiller Theatre with "Frankenstein vs.

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Editor, The Review, In looking back at what I'm thankful for in 2006', for one thing I am thankful it's over. Call me a curmudgeon, if you'd like - but I'm "this way" only because I inherited a Pleistocene brain, you know, the brain that survived the ice age.

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Since it first opened a few short months ago, Jake's Old City Grill has proven to be a success story that works on many levels. Located at 100 S. Hamilton at Court Street in Old Saginaw City, Jake's has quickly developed a reputation not only for fine dining, but also as a magnet that draws movers & shakers from all walks of life, be they financial kingpins or poets & artists, into its renovated embrace.

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When the news hit that the reggae/rock warriors The Process secured a nomination in the Reggae Division for the 2007 Grammy Awards, it was the peak accomplishment for a driven band that has consistently developed new material and broken into new territory for over 20 years.

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Dear Editor:   As per the cover article in The Saginaw News on December 10th  (Fed: Housing leaders owe $573,324) I would like to share these thoughts. People like Fred Ford and Al Holiday not only fuel society's attitude of low income people and the welfare system, but have as little regard as possible for the recipients' health and safety.

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With 2006 winding itself out, the Tri-Cities music scene has seen some soaring highs and burrowing lows over the past twelve months. It was a positive year as far as fresh releases from familiar faces, compounded with the wholesome continuation of building the music scene from the ground up with fresh new sounds.

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When it comes to covering 'The Year in Politics' in any meaningful detail over the expanse of a couple pages, the task is daunting; but in many ways the year 2006 can be summed up as the year people became fed up with the status quo.

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Saginaw County athletes and teams excelled on the hard court, gridiron and diamond in 2006. Leading the way in '06 was the catholic high school on the corner of Weiss and Wieneke Roads - Nouvel Catholic Central.

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