Issue 732

15th September, 2011 - 28th September, 2011

This book is a balls-on polemic about the Great American Swindle executed by Wall Street looters and their political shills – Democrats as well as Republicans. The big lie revealed by Taibbi isn’t about liberal or conservative ideals; it runs along class lines and is scaffolded by intense greed.

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October 14th Event Seeks to Honor a Gifted Musician, Educator, Mentor, and Community Benefactor

The Review is pleased to announce that A Community Tribute to Michael C. Brush will take place on Friday, October 14th from 7-9 PM at the Saginaw Arts & Sciences Academy Performing Arts Auditorium, 1903 N.

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If the truth be told, I haven't been a huge fan of hockey. I enjoy the continuous action, for sure, and the speed, along with the fantastic team play. It's just that sometimes the puck seems to go too danged fast for me to keep up.

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Benchmarking the Success & Failure of American Ecucation

If there existed a Hall of Fame for business buzzwords, “benchmarking” would be a legitimate candidate for first ballot entry.  It’s a long word for a straightforward concept – to be the best, compare yourself to the best.

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The 2011 Hells Half Mile Film & Music Festival is once again poised to present an impressive array of cutting edge independent films and musical artists from directors and musicians that carve their creativity outside the coloring box of mainstream sensibilities.

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Success has a price. A sports team must pay the price of extra effort in order to attain success. A second price of success is that expectations, in turn, become higher. That's the story as the Saginaw Spirit enter their 10th season in the Ontario Hockey League.

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Gorman Bechard Premiers His Anticipated Movie About the Creative Anarchy of America's Quintessential Musical Outlaws

Gorman Bechard’s latest and first documentary film, Color Me Obsessed, A Film About The Replacements, was recently named “one of the seven best new music docs of the year” by Rolling Stone.

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Each year the annual benefit concert & dinner for the Filed Neurosciences Institute (FNI) which is held at the Temple Theatre is undoubtedly one of the premier social events of the Fall Season, bringing together broad segments of our community to enjoy gourmet cuisine and top-flight musical entertainment, while helping support one of the nation’s most cutting-edge medical institutes.

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