Issue 722

17th March, 2011 - 30th March, 2011

Violin Virtuoso Returns March 26th to perform her legendary Stradivarius as part of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra's 75th Anniversary Season

Violiin virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn is one of more significant soloists circulating in the world of classical music, distinguished not only by her talent but also the unique partnership that she shares with her 1720 Red ‘Mendelssohn’ Stradivarius violin, which inspired the award winning film The Red Violin.

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SKE3M: Yo! wdup people. Before we get into it, I wanna say first of all thanks for the feedback, the good and the bad. The hate mail is Crazy!  Yo, if you sensitive and don't wanna hear the real, our honest opinion - don't submit your music! I made a lil’ PSA vid about the Review Music Awards, and some folks felt I was outta line.

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By Project Censored - Additional Reporting by Robert E. Martin

The world was a different place in 1976 when Carl Jensen, a professor of communication at Sonoma State University, founded Project Censored to highlight important national news stories that were underreported or outright ignored by the mainstream press.

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March 24-26th

Pit & Balcony Theatre has been the stage for many ambitious Tribute shows in recent years, from Matt Besey tackling the catalog of Jimi Hendrix to Sprout’s collective song-by-song run through of The Beatles White Album; but certainly one of the most stunning and evocative musical alliances to tackle the tricky and often elusive textures involved with paying proper homage to an artist, consists of the alliance between musical ‘family’ members Tim, Tamara, and Andrew Grefe, Matt & Dennis Gottlieb, Stephen Gaus, and Carter Roberts.

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Sitting on the couch with the younger of his two children, Jordan Braun aka Alphabetics takes a sip of a full flavored Coors excusing himself from drinking the brew. He apologizes saying, “Spent all my money on Founders and Belle’s yesterday”.

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Over 100 years ago, the 27 acre Tract of land where Hoyt Park sits on Saginaw’s east side was heavily wooded at the top of the hill.  At the bottom of the Hill, it was basically a “Bayou.

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Going Deeper With Scott Baker & the Universal Expressions

Scott Baker is one of those guys that doesn’t take no for an answer. He’s been a musical Sisyphus for years, rock and rolling that boulder to the top of the mountain, only to see it roll down the other side.

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