Issue 715

18th November, 2010 - 08th December, 2010

“Writing has….been to me like a bath from which I have risen feeling cleaner, healthier, and freer.” – Henrik Ibsen, ‘Speeches and New Letters’ “At the age of 14 I discovered writing as an escape from a world of reality in which I felt acutely uncomfortable.

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Roger Klemkosky has fastidiously involved himself with the daily details at Shirlene’s Cuisine for the past twenty-four years, with a hands-on approach that has paid off with massive legions of fans and consistent top honors in the Midland Daily News Readers poll.

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The Release of an Oath

Listening to this new Silverspork CD is like opening a door to a blast furnace and basking in the heavy metal blaze as it seers your brain and melts your face. This band has the raw power of Iggy & the Stooges, the intensity of Eminem, the healing and prophecy of Bob Marley and the lucid political analysis of Noam Chomsky.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: For this in-depth report on Saginaw County law enforcement’s future based on the recent election, we endeavored to survey the 15 members of the Board of Commissioners.

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It all began with a simple magazine insert. Bronx born cartoonist and illustrator Rick Meyerowitz was on his way to a peace rally in Bryant Park in 1969 when he grabbed a copy of the recently published Harvard Lampoon Time Magazine parody.

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The Hamilton Street Pub stands lodged amidst the luminescent Victorian lights of Old Town Saginaw as a long-standing beacon where community and nourishment collide. Located at 308 S. Hamilton Street over the decades the ‘Pub’ has cemented a reputation for featuring local original musical artists, but since owner Mike Farrell took over the establishment five years ago, the most notable evolution of this cultural mainstay has centered upon the divergent harmony to be found in it’s expansive dining menu, which ranges from homemade soups, nine different salads, Quesadillas, Pitas & Wraps, and Specialty Sandwiches.

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The Boulevard Lounge has been serving Midland since 1959 and has received Readers Choice Awards for ‘Best Burger, Chili, and Bartender.  Located at 316 S. Saginaw Rd. their menu suits genres ranging from popular American Bar & Grill fare to Breakfast and Seafood, with carry out and dining in options and a full-service bar.

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As a supplement to the article in Review Magazine’s Nov. 18 edition regarding a Saginaw County tax increase for public safety, following are additional notes. Republican Commisioner Pat Wurtzel is opposed to a 1.

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For most of us, finding what we are looking for in the Yellow Pages has become but a distant memory, since directory research is nothing more than a mouse click away on the Internet. While it is unfortunate that many of us still see these thick books delivered to our doorstep several times each year, most of them go straight to the landfill or serve as an oversized paper weight.

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