Issue 743

15th March, 2012 - 29th March, 2012

A Legendary Musical Collective Retools for Peak Performance.

For those fortunate to have experienced the musical excursions of family members Tim, Tamara, and Andrew Grefe, whom annually join forces with vocalist Stephan Gaus and instrumentalist Carter Roberts to assemble together impeccable benefit concerts for The Saginaw Choral Society, several certainties that run in tandem with these performances is that the experience will be equally ambitious, meticulously crafted, and undeniably surprising.

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Federal fair taxation or class warfare?

Billionaire Warren Buffett contributed to the latest dialogue when he made the rare assertion that he should pay more taxes. President Obama, a vigorous foe of the Bush tax cuts, is seeking to promote a Warren Buffett Rule in which secretaries don't pay higher rates than billionaires and millionaires.

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For her directorial debut at Saginaw's Pit & Balcony Theatre, Pam Barnes considers herself fortunate to have a play as compelling yet humorous as Tom Dudzick's Over the Tavern to sculpt into shape for theatre-goers when this contemporary comedy opens to the public on March 16-17-18 and continues on March 23-24-25.

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Bestselling Author to Appear at The Temple Theatre April 19th

As part of their 2012 One Book, One Community series, The Saginaw Public Libraries are bringing in Best-selling author Chris Bohjalian to discuss his work about Nazi Germany, Skeletons at the Feast on Thursday, April 19th at 7:00 PM at the Temple Theatre in downtown Saginaw.

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Can't Please Everybody

Chuck Rossio     Vocals Anthony Garcia  Bass Sean Griffin       Guitar JoJo Jimenez      Drums   Tension Head is a great band and the members have 50 years of experience to back it up.

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