Issue 636

26th April, 2007 - 16th May, 2007

Second in a Two-Part Series

SETV, Saginaw Educational Television, was pushed several years ago to Channel 3 instead of Channel 11 on cable access. But Media Specialist Jesse Gonzales still remembers the theme song, 'You and Me, SETV.

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In Memory of Jessie E. Martin October 4, 1919 - April 21, 2007

Suddenly it happens, out of the blue. In this instance, it was 10:30 AM on a beautiful Saturday morning. I was working on a deadline, as I have for 635 issues, hoping to finish up by early afternoon so I could go have lunch with Mom on the patio, watch the tulips wave in the soft, warm, and welcome embrace of a much-needed breeze of early Spring, maybe sip a little champagne and talk about local events, when the call came.

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Bryan Mauro :: Guitar & Vocals Brent A. Nuffer :: Vocals Jeff Lenkowski :: Drums Josh Woodland :: Guitar Dana Boyette :: Bass & Vocals In a calling not prone to fidelity, Studiotone has seen its share of changes.

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Detroiters are loyal. While much of their city has eroded away, there still exists a core group of Detroiters who remember, somewhat hazily, the fact that Detroit created more kinds of music, and more good music, than any other American city.

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Okay, we first need to talk about the elephant in the room. People from Saginaw and Bay counties have always known Midlanders to be . . . well, snobbish. However, the entire Midland community shattered that myth when they welcomed all visitors with open arms to the Great Lakes Loons' inaugural home game April 13.

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True to form, organizers of the Bay City Blues Fest have saved the best for last, as legendary British Blues Rocker Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown take to the stage on Saturday, May 19th in the final show of this inaugural series at the historic State Theatre in Bay City.

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Dear That One Guy: My girlfriend and I were watching a re-run of a popular sit-com that dealt with sexless marriages. She said she thought that there were a lot more of them out there than most people think.

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