Issue 744

29th March, 2012 - 11th April, 2012

Compiled by Project Censored | Edited by Robert E. Martin For 35 years Project Censored has been committed to bringing the most vital stories to public awareness with the belief that genuine democracy depends upon freedom of the press, which in recent years has fallen under its own particular brand of corporate influence.

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The Timothy Hyde Project Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of The Original Rock Opera HEAL

Ten years ago when Midland's Timothy Boychuck first composed his epic rock-opera known as HEAL, performing outtakes and selections first at the Review's 2001 Music Awards ceremony, and later as a full-blown theatrical production at the Midland Center for the Arts, little did he know that it would set a standard in local songwriting that a decade down the road would become legendary in terms of the artistic levels of achievement that it realized.

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“There was an old woman, who lived in a shoe; She had so many children; she didn’t know what to do” Through work, play, politics and pure chance, I get the opportunity to meet a wide variety of people.

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Showcasing a Cornucopia of Music Talent in the Great Lakes Bay

“If it's not broke, don't fix it”, states William Koepke, event coordinator for the annual Saginaw On Stage Music Festival, which since its inception 9 years ago has evolved into a pivotal fundraising event for the Saginaw Rotary Club, raising over $120,000 for local charities and organizations, while serving as a broad showcase to feature over 30 musical groups & artists that define the canvas of musical talent populating the Great Lakes Bay region.

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Join us for this annual landmark musical event whereby we honor Great Lakes Bay musicians in over 70 categories of music and genres ranging from Jazz, Blues, Rock, Country, Folk, Hip-Hop and more, as selected and voted upon by over 5700 registered voters of Review Magazine.

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