Issue 739

12th January, 2012 - 26th January, 2012

A Common Sense Position Paper

I think it was Mike Tyson that said “Everyone has a plan until they take a punch.” Unfortunately, I’ve tested this saying myself a few times over the years. Whether it was bad judgment, bad luck or just a little kick of karma, I’ve had to get back up off the canvas enough times now that I consider myself as kind of an expert in how to recover from failure.

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Dave Kellan, Brett Mitchell, Jake Krull

I’ve known Dave Kellan since Hector was a pup. First time we talked on the phone he was a 19-year old upstart practicing a deep cigarette voice and sounding like he was rode hard and put up wet.

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A Sampling of our Area's Finest

Got to hand it to Ben Cohen & Co. They sure enough know how to put on an old fashioned hoedown for their friends and neighbors. It helps to have some heavy hitters supporting the event like Burt Watson Chevrolet, Review Magazine, Tim Boychuck’s State Farm Insurance, 97.

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As a prolific novelist and essayist with his origins deeply seated in radio broadcasting, Garrison Keillor is also an enigmatic road warrior distinguished by a rigorous touring schedule. Indeed, the writer & host of Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion, which is heard by 4 million listeners each week on more than 600 public radio stations,will bring his homespun with & humor to Saginaw’s historic Temple Theatre on Monday, January 30 at 7:30 PM.

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Legendary arena rockers, Kansas, will touch down at the historic Temple Theatre on Thursday, February 16th at 8:00 PM. During the 1970s & 80s, Kansas thread a string of gold and platinum-certified hit albums, sold out tours, and penned two of classic rock’s most instantly recognizable and enduring tunes – Carry on Wayward Son and the gorgeous ballad Dust in the Wind.

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The Bay City Players are kicking off the winter portion of their 2012 season with Almost, Maine - a play that explores the chilly and heated contradictions of the human heart with both wit and passion.

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