Issue 640

28th June, 2007 - 18th July, 2007

Dear Guy, Male Enhancement drugs: Do they work? -Betting in Birch Run Dear Betting,   Let's address this directly. The basic question is: What is out there that claims to fortify the foundation? Google "Male Enhancement".

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Sixty-five years ago, industrialist Frank Andersen was concerned about Saginaw's young people. He pledged $15,000 worth of concrete for a municipal pool across from Ojibway Island. The federal Works Progress Administration gave a $90,000 grant and City Hall chipped in $25,000.

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THIS COLUMN WAS WRITTEN IN FRONT OF A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE QUICK QUIZ The Detroit Lions won the NFL World Championship in 1957 when they defeated the Cleveland Browns, 59-14. Who was the team's MVP that year? A.

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As with any good story the tale of Wet Cement is one that consists of enthusiastic beginnings, achievements & accomplishment, not-so-happy endings, and a determination to learn from the past in order to forge new beginnings, ultimately rising like a Phoenix from the ashes of miscalculation, stronger and more vital than ever before.

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The periodic function of great melody driven rock shows, repeated in the same energy powered stage presence, is this band's signature.  Hailing from Flint, Michigan, Frequency 54 is a local band with a big arena sound.

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I'm sitting behind home plate at Dow Diamond, its 96 degrees and I'm heated up and melting away. Just as I think I'm unable to tolerate this silent smoldering heat for another second, a wave of cool breeze brushes my face and I'm refreshed and ready for more.

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Nestled tightly across a dimly lit stage, Ryan Adams and The Cardinals held mass at The Gem Theatre in Detroit on Wednesday, June 20th. The venue, located at one end of a convenient parking ramp on Madison, with the legendary Elwood Gill at the other end, was sandwiched neatly between Ford Field and Comerica Park.

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As part of White's Bar's 70th Anniversary Summer Showcase, former Beau Brummels lead singer Sal Valentino will be appearing at the venerable musical showcase on Saturday, July 21s.  When the Brummels exploded into the national consciousness hot on the heels of The Beatles and the British Invasion of the early to mid-sixties, they were the first rock oriented pop group to break out of San Francisco, years before Bay Area bands like The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Moby Grape, light shows, and Ken Kesey's acid tests claimed the national consciousness.

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The City of Saginaw has been an embarrassment to good government for many years.  Now that 'the company' has left the company town, a City Hall full of politicians who irresponsibly view federal and state poverty-based grants as their best source of revenue, has allowed Saginaw to slide into economic ruin.

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