Issue 740

26th January, 2012 - 08th February, 2012

Rich Williams, the extraordinary riff-meister of Kansas, sat down for a deep collar interview with Review Magazine.  Kansas is preparing for another extended tour in 2012 that will include a stop at the historic Temple Theatre in Saginaw.

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Classical Composer Felix Mendelssohn wrote A Midsummer Night's Dream Overture & Incidental Music as an underscore that back in the 19th Century was essentially a 'soundtrack' of that time, serving as connective music for the flourishing fantasy of Shakespeare's legendary play of the same name.

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Tracing the Flavorful Vines and Spirited History of a Pivotal Saginaw Family

When it comes to roots that run deep in the Saginaw Valley, one would be hard-pressed to find a family that over the expanse of four generations can be considered true pioneers - in the sense of accomplishment which that word conveys -  than that of The Oppermann Family.

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Shining Off the Dream & Redefining The Future of Great Lakes Bay Dining

The Golden Glow has both epitomized a sense of grandness and inspired a potential for greatness for close to 90 years. Built in 1924 by Bill & Lenora Golden, it captured the imagination and historically has inspired grander visions dedicated towards broadening its potential as a Shangri-la for dining, dancing, entertainment, and festivities - a veritable destination point worthy of taking the journey to.

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What better way to push away the long nights and cold chill of winter than with the spark of wit and heated laughter of a bawdy sexual comedy?  Such is the case as Pit & Balcony Community Theatre kicks off their 2012 season with a unique adaptation of The Underpants, originally penned in 1910 by Carl Sternheim as a German farce called Die Hose, and polished with a litany of humor that is unmistakably the touch of comedian Steve Martin.

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Following the lead of several Bankruptcy Courts across the country, Local Chapter 13 Trustee Thomas W. McDonald Jr. has proposed a Mortgage Modification Mediation program that would function through a Chapter 13 proceeding.

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Ten years ago this month, Enron collapsed, bankrupting the seventh largest U.S. corporation at the time and ripping away the mask from a massive and damaging corporate fraud.   This is a good time to reflect on what happened a decade ago and how many of the misdeeds that led to Enron's collapse are still far too prevalent today.

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    INTRODUCTION & RULES Twenty-six years ago The Review brought musicians of all shapes, sizes, colors, and genres together to both celebrate and honor the impact they make within our Great Lakes Bay region.

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