Issue 646

04th October, 2007 - 17th October, 2007

Kris Peterson  - singer/poet Honesty Elliot - keyboards, vocals Ryan Sanford - guitar, vocals Todd Miller    - drums Buck Miller    - guitar, banjo It was day unlike any other day and I never expected anything like this.

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Opening your mouth is somewhat like cracking open the hood of your car. An expert taking a quick look can get a good sense of what's working, what's not, and what should be tuned up regularly to keep your body's systems up and running at their best.

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Editor, the Review, I have long been a fan of Mike Thompson's writing, in the Review and the Michigan Banner.  He clearly does his homework, expending shoe leather to visit, learn about and talk to the various communities and organizations that make up the city.

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Remembering Shaky Jake Woods

"The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth."       -Jean Cocteau With the recent passing of Shaky Jake Woods, Michigan has lost a legendary character - an icon that will loom as large in folklore as Paul Bunyan, only wielding a different type of axe.

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A Report on How Funding Cuts to the DNR and the DEQ Threaten Michigan's Natural Resources

One of the great atrocities with the current budget battles and tax increases coming out of Lansing centers around how greedy & protective legislators are about assuring the well-heeled pension & health insurance plans of teachers and so-called 'public servants', yet how woefully inept they are at protecting the greatest resource that Michigan currently has: the fresh water supply of the Great Lakes.

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Dear Editor; We would like to extend a sincere thank you everyone who attended Keith Schlott's Benefit. It was such a warm feeling to have so many friends, family and the community support us in this endeavor.

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Editor, the Review; By now many have heard that the budget problem in Lansing has been addressed. The eventual solution was a mix of spending reforms, cuts and tax increases. The tax component of the package raised our income tax from 3.

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While all good things come to an end, there will never be another jazz keyboardist quite like Joe Zawinul. The 75-year-old musician was a former member of Cannonball Adderley's group in the mid-60's and joined Miles Davis later in the decade to start the basis of what became fusion music (rock and jazz) with In A Silent Way and Bitches Brew.

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Imagine you're in charge. You're looking at the abandoned site of Saginaw's Andersen Water Park, shaking your head and saying,  "What a shame." But there's a chance you can get your hands on about $1 million, maybe a little more.

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