Issue 661

22nd May, 2008 - 11th June, 2008

An Interview with Director Lance Kawas on the Making of His new Film Based Upon a Notorious Slice of Saginaw History

Back in the late '60s and early 1970s, Philip Kerby was a young FBI agent stationed in Saginaw at a volatile time in history when student riots and Watergate were fueling the headlines more than the dealings of local mobsters.

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Dear Editor; USA. TODAY ran an interview with Judge Antonin Scalia, a Justice on the United States Supreme Court. Subsequent to the article, Justice Scalia has been doing interviews on national news programs.

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It is not the best of times for Michigan's environment and the natural resources that define it, despite the efforts of a multi-million dollar state-sponsored marketing campaign that extols Michigan's 'Fresh Water' to draw tourists to the beaches in the summer of $4.

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Timothy W. Ader of Thomas Township says his experience as a background extra is far more pleasant than his efforts with 'Semi-Pro' starring Will Ferrell, which features a minor league basketball team that supposedly, is based in Flint.

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When it comes to the passion of and pursuit of performing and discovering original music, May-be August is in a league of their own.  Since their formation a decade ago, their songwriting & performance standards have left a definitive mark upon the mid-Michigan music scene, and two years ago they were recipients of The Review's 'Artist of the Year' award, largely due to the manner in which they fuse divergent influences and create material drawn from personal experiences, phrased in a manner radiant with the pure fun and joyfulness to be discovered in music.

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Editor, the Review; I have given my decision to run for Prosecutor in Saginaw County much thought over the past few months. I have a thorough understanding of how our justice system is supposed to work, and why I think in many instances it hasn't.

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