Issue 656

13th March, 2008 - 26th March, 2008

Taking a life is a destiny-altering event for any police officer.  But for Saginaw Patrol Officer Michael East, it was a call where he didn't take a life but might have that made him decide to write a book about his experiences.

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The Saginaw County Road Commission wasn't the only mid-Michigan snow removal agency to pull its plows during the heart of last month's big storm. Citizens who followed The Saginaw News may have perceived that Saginaw was alone, but neighbor communities did pretty much the same thing.

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Every year Project Censored - a journalism team coordinated through The University of Sonoma in Southern California sifts through countless news stories, wire services, and journals to assemble a series of stories either ignored or under-reported by the Mainstream Media.

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I haven't heard a disc that sounded this good since Moby Grape's debut in '67. It's an 8th wonder, a sonic time capsule that catapults us back to the future and allows us to regain a step we lost a few years back and recover from the dusty torpor of today's scene with the same 5 bands-in-demand playing original music in rotation, club-to-club, takin' hard hits from sing-a-long karaoke and the best cover bands in the state.

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I went bowling the other night. Why? Because I'm middle class and its all I can afford. I went to the movies just last night and 'There Will Be Blood' should have been called 'There Will Be Too Much Talking', but I caught myself downsizing my popcorn combo purchase, just $8.

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Sights and Sounds of Review Magazine tip their hat for three noted popular musicians who have passed since mid-December. First is Dan Fogelberg, singer/songwriter and all around musical genius who left all too soon Dec.

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