Issue 668

24th September, 2008 - 08th October, 2008

Don't let them tell you this economic meltdown is a complicated mess. It's not. Our national financial crisis is readily understood by anyone who has seen greed and hypocrisy. But now we are witnessing them on a profound, monumental scale.

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Remembering PATRICK FLYNN

It was with immense sadness and undeniably shock that I heard the news about the sudden passing on September 10th of Patrick Flynn, Maestro and Conductor for The Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, and a true patron of the Arts in every sense of the word.

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Christopher Weekes made his engaging new film Bitter & Twisted at the age of 24, with little money and pulling every favor on the planet in order to complete his vision. He premiered it at the Tribeca Film Festival one month ago.

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The movie industry keeps one busy and Lee Kazimir is a great example. Maintaining day to day operations with all he has going on, Kazimir happened to get in touch with The Review last minute via Email to answer some questions about the movie More Shoes, in which he directed.

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The Saginaw Art Museum Stages a Rare & Vivid Exhibition of an Iconic Artist Lost & Found in the Mists of The American Dream

She was not the usual movie idol. There was something democratic about her. She was the type who would join in and wash up the supper dishes even if you didn't ask her.   - Carl Sandburg Marilyn Monroe - few names trigger such a rush of imagery in the American Psyche.

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Job creation, tax policy, budget cuts, education and the environment are among top issues in the 94th District campaign for the Michigan House of Representatives.       Incumbent Republican Ken Horn of Frankenmuth is seeking his second two-year term in the election on November 4th.

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Take one Hollywood Producer from a famous acting family.  Add a sprinkle-sprinkle of the hottest music video Director in the stratosphere.  Spice that up with an International Film/Fashion/Pop Star.

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As a legit Hollywood movie producer, Shaun O'Banion (right)found his stealth work ethic made for really good karma over the past 15 years. Coming to Bay City for the Hells Half Mile Film and Music Festival for his production of Dakota Skye, O'Banion is as happy to hang out with other film makers as he is to visit the state for the very first time.

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