Issue 641

19th July, 2007 - 01st August, 2007

One of the great attributes of music is that you're never too old (or young) to explore its magic and mysteries.  A perfect case in point is the recent formation of Blues Fusion, consisting of auto mechanic & owner of Nationwide Service Center, Bill Crofton on guitar; bassist by night and dentist by day, Dr.

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Saginaw city residents will make history during the first full week of August. Then they will celebrate history. A widespread proposal to overhaul Saginaw's form of government, with an elected executive mayor and other City Charter changes, goes to voters on August 7th.

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There are artists that like well-oiled machinery perform as well during the test drive as they do after logging 100,000 miles of road time, and artists that evolve slowly, more like a flower gestating within its pod that with proper nourishment reveals the full depth of its color.

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New Additions Expand a Classic Summer Gathering

Certainly one of the more widely anticipated events of the summer season is just around the corner: The 2007 Labadie Pig Gig, presented by State Farm.   This Championship Rib-Cook-off is the setting for national competitors vying for the title of 'Best in the Midwest' and rib champions from across the country will converge on Veteran's Memorial Park in Bay City from August 2nd - 5th with numerous new competitors, exciting new tastes, and plenty of new events to add to this tasty festival.

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Long past his Gutbucket Blues Band roots, Dave Kellan has found his identity after three solo albums over the course of the past seven years. Wading chest high somewhere between soul and groove rock, Kellan also likes to dive occasionally into a blues or jazz piece.

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Willie Haynes, Saginaw City Council member, whom teamed up with Roma Thurin and Dan Sosa to get former City Manager Debbie Kimble fired, and bragged to have knowledge that he would not disclose to police about gun running in the city, has now been convicted in a federal criminal case.

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I first met Johnny Coldheart under unfortunate circumstances in the summer of 1988. I was playing a gig in Bay City with the long defunct "Aftershock" when he reared his ugly head. There were summer events all over the place, and the gig was extremely slow that night.

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Silent Film Fest Features The Bijou Orchestra and Blue Dahlia Live With Film Masterworks

Two of the greatest German silent films will be featured in a mini-film festival titled' Twisted Pictures' and devoted to German Expressionism on Saturday, August 11, 2007 in Bay City Michigan.

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Are you in the gnome about the Frankenmuth Gnome Colony? You should be aware of how it was discovered that this colony was present in Frankenmuth.  It is believed that these particular gnomes have been living here for quite some time.

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