Issue 649

15th November, 2007 - 05th December, 2007

Saginaw's Agnes Johnson found a new life in retirement. Now she is encouraging others to do the same. Agnes is in her first year as a district advisory liaison for AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired Persons.

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THIS COLUMN WAS WRITTEN IN FRONT OF A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE QUICK QUIZ Who am I? I gained 10,000 rushing yards in 91 National Football League games, faster than any other player.

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Matt Besey was an artist with a problem similar to that of many young protégée's when they first break out of the starting gate. He was simply too good. Fueled with ambition, brimming with talent it takes normal adults years of practice to accumulate, when he first hit the local music scene in the early '90s, Matt became the Talk of the Town.

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Affordable travel with a purpose

The first time I did it I was standing in eight inches of Staffordshire pond water. The second time I found myself against an Irish castle wall. And the third time ended around a Cornish campfire on a moonlit night.

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Just say the word Anita Baker and the first thing that comes to you is that voice - the lady has found her way into the hearts and homes of millions with her excellent songs and timeless pipes. This eight-time Grammy Award winning vocalist from Detroit has hit another stride in her career now spanning over 25 years and is bringing her jazz/soul style to Saginaw at the Temple Theatre on Friday, Nov.

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"Is there anybody alive out there?" Before the stage lights go up on his November 5th show at the Palace of Auburn Hills, Bruce Springsteen began yet another Michigan rock and roll revival and celebration show.

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From Oh Yeah to Hellyeah local boys Tension Head rocked the Fillmore in Detroit. As an opener for metal supergroup Hellyeah, Tension Head did their job in warming up the crowd and creating tons of new fans along the way.

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Recently, poplar local radio personality and WHNN morning host Johnny Burke was blasted for a stunt he pulled on line and on the air regarding the Flint Public Schools. It would appear that Mr. Burk did a few parodies and placed a mock assessment online that got some people's dander up.

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