Issue 644

06th September, 2007 - 19th September, 2007

Saginaw's Oma Ozark, Wanda Gilman and Bonnie Leiner knew they were on the right track this spring when they heard the story of a neighbor who lives a block from a homicide site near Congress and North Bond.

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Sometimes it's ironic what can happen when you throw a band together for a joke. Get out the drag, slap on some makeup, lock into that '70s retro, let loose on the dance floor and you might feel like you're onstage with The Beefy Sloppy Gypsies.

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THIS COLUMN WAS WRITTEN IN FRONT OF A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE                                         QUICK QUIZ The all-time leading rusher in Detroit Lions' history is Barry Sanders with 15,269 yards.

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"If you can remember anything about the sixties, you weren't really there."  -Paul Katner "Every human being on this earth is born with a tragedy, and it isn't original sin.

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Denny Laine is a seminal figure in the history of British Rock n' Roll having rubbed elbows with just about every major figure of the "Invasion" of 1964 when the Beatles took over the charts and opened America's doors to a host of British bands including the Dave Clark 5, the Animals, Searchers, Troggs, the Moody Blues and many others.

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In a time when few bands are poised to leave legacies it's refreshing to see a few groups who are leaving reputations behind. Such is the case for Velvet Revolver. A supergroup comprised of Scott Wieland of Stone Temple Pilots and 3/4 of Guns and Roses, Velvet Revolver is the pinnacle of rock stardom.

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Thirty-seven years ago, concern about the environment became a mainstream U.S. value. Millions of Americans took t the streets to observe the first Earth Day. President Richard M. Nixon created The Environmental Protection Agency.

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It takes a lot to set you apart in the current music industry. With bands signing deals that entitle the record label to part of touring proceeds it's easy to see why so many festival tours are popping up.

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