Issue 666

21st August, 2008 - 04th September, 2008

Eric Burdon is a bona fide rock & roll hall-of-famer with a career spanning over four decades.  For Eric it all began back in 1963 when he stepped in front of the microphone as the front man for British stalwarts The Animals.

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"Old man, how is it that you hear these things?" "Young man, how is that you do not? - Blind Master Po to young Kwai Chang Caine on "Kung Fu" TV series 1972 "You have to be f#8ing kidding me!" American college student Matthew Polly, watching his first demonstration of Iron Crotch Kung Fu by a Shaolin master who is kicked repeated with kicks that lift him inches off the ground.

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The first year of its career the Saginaw 'Old Gold's finished second among 16 teams in the 6th Annual World Tournament of Historic Baseball at Greenfield Village.  They beat the 3-time World Champion Clodbusters 17 to 14.

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When it comes to attaining that elusive quality known as 'class' there are those that mistakenly believe it can be bought & purchased like any commodity, and those that realize it is a distinction earned through hard work, singular standards, and a reputation which tends to resonate through the decades.

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Saturday August 2nd, 2008

I didn't quite know what to expect with this "Hippiefest" concert when I plunked down close to $100 for two pavilion seats. It seemed a bit of a sham, as several of the performers were never quite identified with the Summer of Love in 1967.

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Imagine the federal and state governments are combining to give Saginaw a one-time grant, no strings attached. Imagine the sum is $14 million. How would you choose to invest this money, to earn the maximum bang for the buck? (A) Resurface 88 miles of local streets @ $160,000 per mile.

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On Saturday, August 23rd, the usually relaxed environment of Saginaw Township's Magic Bean Café will turn into a battleground as it hosts the first ever Tri-City Art Battle.  While the artists will fight it out for personal victory, there is something larger at stake: they will also be fighting for a space for arts in the community.

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It's a special year for the Saginaw Bay Area Blues Society. With the passing of its Chairman, Jim Zimmerman, aka 'The Blues Buddha' last November, the Society has decided to continue to push forward and present one of their biggest blues events yet.

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