Issue 648

01st November, 2007 - 01st November, 2007

When The Blue Man Group makes their way to Saginaw's Dow Event Center on November 14th, the tri-cities will become witness to an entire new realm of theatricality, music, performance, and cutting edge technology.

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The Honky Tonk Zeros are hands down the best new band in town. They rock like Steve Earle blastin' out the now revolution and they got the soul of Billy Joe Shaver without preachin' the good ol' boy gun-totin' gospel.

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Review Special Report

Probably your home is not among the 1,073 that have faced mortgage foreclosure in Saginaw County during the past 12 months. Still, the home loan default crisis may affect you.  Property values already are starting to fall in most neighborhoods.

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"I know  that the 12 notes in each octave and the varieties of rhythm offer me opportunities that all of human genius will never exhaust." - -Igor Stravinsky When one first encounters Patrick Flynn the first thing one notices is his stature; not merely because of his physical height, but more in the sense of his composure - impeccably British, erudite, yet not the least bit stand-offish, the glint of 'possibility' that Stravinsky references above is evident within the animated enthusiasm that Flynn speaks about the current season of The Saginaw Bay Orchestra, which opened in late October and featured symphonic collaborations with Saginaw's Brush Street, Julie Mulady, and Showtime at the Apollo winner Morgan MacMillon.

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Editor's Note: Last issue we published a guest column by State Representative Ken Horn concerning the expansion of Michigan's sales tax to service oriented businesses and the debilitating effect this will have on Michigan's economy, especially insofar as the budget deficit could be readily fixed through a combination of outsourcing, eliminating government waste, and ridding ourselves of the perks awarded to government officials, which are among the third highest paid in the country.

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Opportunity comes knocking, and they're taking it on.

Their Myspace page proclaims: "With the help from those who had voted (you all know who you are) T.H. will be opening for HELLYEAH, Otep, and Bloodsimple in Detroit, MI. on Tuesday, October 30th (Devil's Night) @ The Fillmore (State Theatre)!" For those of you not familiar with the world of metal and hardcore rock, HELLYEAH is a very big deal.

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