Issue 655

28th February, 2008 - 12th March, 2008

Appreciating the Character of Irish Cuisine

What comes to mind when you think of St. Patrick's Day? Many people see it as a day to wear something green, see a parade, eat some corned beef and get drunk on green beer. What do you think of when you think of Irish food? The aforementioned corned beef & cabbage, potatoes, Guinness Stout, oatmeal, whiskey, more Guinness, more whiskey, more potatoes.

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Set to Deliver His Fiery, Colorful, Innovative Approach to the Blues at the Kingfish

As anybody with a passion (or even a fondness) for the Blues can attest, it is decidedly one of the more difficult musical genres to conquer, and consequently increasingly rare to find artists coming forth with fresh and original statements.

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Still Growing After Four Years of Music

Growing up, they say, is hard to do. Growing up, and growth is difficult.  Most transitions in life are difficult. But as the recent 4th anniversary performances by The Banana Convention at the Empire Club on the 22nd and White's Bar on the 23rd attest, it can be worthwhile.

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They didn't expect support from their regional state legislators and, not surprisingly, they won't get it. Saginaw father-son attorneys Allan and Greg Schmid, veterans of political petition drives, are once again attempting to create more accountability within the state legislature.

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"Are You Ready For Some Football?" The opening lyrics of Monday Night Football telecasts by Hank Williams Jr. You better tighten up your chinstrap. That's because football fans from throughout the Tri-Cities are about to see a brand of football - and entertainment - they've never experienced before when indoor football debuts at The Dow Event Center.

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As an aficionado of film, beauty, and the miraculous synthesis that occurs upon the silver screen when a film is viewed by a community within the wondrous walls of a restored movie palace, as opposed to the drab concrete walls of a multiplex, Tim O'Brien is decidedly in a class all his own.

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