Issue 670

23rd October, 2008 - 05th November, 2008

When musician Chris Wiley Smith caught the ever ambitious and prolific band Sprout perform selections from The Band's Last Waltz at this year's Review Music Awards Ceremony, a bolt of inspiration came to him.

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Welcome to The Review's special pre-election edition. These are weighty times that we live in and the purpose of this article is to impress upon you the importance of actually voting. Without your vote being cast, government turns into nothing more than a contrivance whereby a small percentage of people attempt to speak for the majority; in short, government is too big & important to be left to politicians.

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October means many things.  In the Tri-Cities, the leaves changing colors can mean weekend road trips up north and late night bonfires.  Or it can mean tuning in Sunday after Sunday to watch with hope-then-disappointment the team in blue and silver.

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Director AJ Schnack's unparalleled documentation of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain  - apparently named for the band's song "About a Girl," is more than aptly titled. The film, essentially a chronological, verbal documentary, was born from more than 25 hours of interview footage of Cobain recorded by journalist Michael Azerrad the year before Cobain's suicide.

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We are pleased to present this spirited forum, with Republican U.S. Rep. Dave Camp of Midland squaring off against challenger Andrew Concannon of Saginaw Township. The Fourth District sprawls from Saginaw County's Freeland area and extends in a northwest direction, all of the way to Traverse City.

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