Issue 638

31st May, 2007 - 13th June, 2007

Frank Caliendo is one of those 'new breeds' of comic talents that has managed to absorb his influences well while creating a style that is both distinctive and clever. Blessed with a quick wit and a talent for impersonations, if you close your eyes during his act you can swear Robin Williams, George W.

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Dear Guy, I am divorced, after 14 years married. I have no idea what to do with my time now. I'm a guy who always wanted time to hang out with the guys, and now that I am free to do it, I can hardly stand it.

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Milligram Smile: Beautiful Scars & Memories

Milligram Smile - as is true with any great rock band, young or old, is much about contrasts, contradictions, and dynamics.  Hailing out of Breckenridge, Michigan, the group formed a mere two years ago with the goal of creating original music and a distinctive sound that would cause people to look twice and listen more often.

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Editor's Note - April 25, 2007 marked the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley's first concert in Saginaw; he would play another on May 3. Of course, less than four months later, Elvis was gone and rock and roll would never be the same.

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Feds lack answers, states lack funds, but partnerships are emerging

As spokesman for Health Access America in Saginaw County, Mike Nowlin doesn't have to look far to find an audience. He recently was offering information on the Saginaw Health Plan's new Tri-Share project, which aims to help small business provide medical coverage, during a breakfast interview at a restaurant near Old Town.

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Whether he's riding shotgun in an F-16 rocketing thousands of feet in the wild blue yonder or diving twenty thousand leagues under the sea to tell a dead man's tale of another Great Lakes shipwreck, Ric Mixter is driven by a passion for story telling.

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