Issue 706

24th June, 2010 - 15th July, 2010

If much of good art is matter of transforming perspective about something familiar and infusing it through the act of deconstruction (or perhaps alchemy) into something fresh, singular, and timeless; sculptor Nathan Sawaya has cracked the mold in a manner that would make Jackson Pollack’s face turn into a dripped dimpled smile upon the canvas.

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Editor, The Review: My dad was an avid sport fisherman.  Every summer when I was a kid, we'd pack into the Buick to head "up north" to fish for his favorite, Northern Pike.

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For decades the automobile has served as an integral part of the spirit, ethos, and economic lifeblood of the Great Lakes Bay area, and the era of the ‘muscle car’, replete with powerful engines, sleek lines of design, and visual intoxication, represents an artistry that was fueled by high-octane inspiration, which captured the imagination of designers and consumers alike.

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A Modern Day Tale of Talent, Achievement and Persistence

At a time when the artistry of creating popular music seems to have fallen into potholes of predictability, reinforced by soulless airbrushed digital creations that pass as songs circulated through all variety of social media networking, along comes a rock ‘n roll band named Finding Clyde to reclaim a bit of the passion, camaraderie, and purpose that should be associated with the alchemy of creating great Rock ‘n Roll.

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For better or worse, campaigns for Michigan governor don’t last for nearly as long as campaigns for U.S. president. Here we are in late June, and many citizens would be challenged to even name all the candidates in the Aug.

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What good is a government if they can’t regulate every aspect of your life?  From the same lawmakers that brought us the Detroit economic calamity comes a new bill, aimed at controlling the flow of information to the unsuspecting public even more than the mainstream does now.

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