Issue 654

07th February, 2008 - 27th February, 2008

"A gourmet can tell from the flavor whether a woodcock's leg is the one on which the bird is accustomed to roost." -  Lucius Beebe When it comes to refining one's taste buds, discipline for detail, and eye for perfection to the exactitude essential for flourishing as a true Gourmet Chef, Scott Grant is a walking recipe filled with all the essential ingredients.

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As this issue of Review goes to press one thing is certain - there will be an 80th Academy Awards ceremony broadcast around the world February 24th. What form that broadcast will take, however, is anyone's guess.

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The Chemisty of Attraction

"Chemistry can be a good and bad thing. Chemistry is good when you make love with it. Chemistry is bad when you make crack with it." -Adam Sandler "No, this trick won't work.

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In terms of forging a formative role defining the 'original' music scene in the tri-cities, the Bay City band known as The Burdons can certainly be regarded as living legends. When the group first formed 27 years ago in the Spring of 1981, New Wave, Punk, and Rockabilly were shaking fresh signals into the airwaves, and The Burdons (along with The Flies) were two very singular groups filling clubs with set lists heavily laden with original material, and shedding an entirely brilliant light on what a local music scene could be and was destined to become.

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Special for The Review

About 60 percent of families in prosperous Frankenmuth and Freeland have lived in their homes for at least 5 years. The same is true on Saginaw's East Side. Shared stability? In one sense, yes.

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