Issue 745

12th April, 2012 - 26th April, 2012

With a growing number of magazine and broadcast news sources turning into little more than marketing arms for commercial interests, it seems fitting to turn the spotlight upon recent legislation and activity at the state and national level that will decidedly impact all Americans.

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A Contemporary Sextet Explores the Passionate Mysteries of a Musical Repertoire Spanning 5 Centuries

From the cornucopia of musical artistry populating the Great Lakes Bay Region, the group known as Equinox is decidedly one of the more singular ensembles creating a distinctly original sound that is born from a passion for Celtic music blended with crisp vocals and contemporary musical translations that creatively reinvent a genre of music spanning several centuries.

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Midland based artist Kimberly Megoran is a rare contemporary artist that literally lives and breathes her work.  A singer-songwriter familiar to many throughout the Great Lakes Bay area for her work with Kimberly & Company - a traveling folk oriented troupe of musical minstrels - her work as a visual artist has largely lingered in the background while raising a family and pursuing her creative musical interests.

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White Mystery is a brother/sister duo that is favorably compared to the White Stripes and the Black Keys. Led by Miss Alex White and fueled by brother/other Francis Scott White, the band kicks it hot and heavy.

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It's not only hard to believe but also somewhat of a surrealistic experience to realize that The Review has conducted and coordinated this annual celebration of artistic and musical creativity that has come to be known as Review Music Awards for 26 years now.

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Tony D'Annunzio Producer/Director

Louder Than Love is a film that needed to be made. It is a documentary that is both natural and stylized using film, photos and interviews with some of the major figures involved with the legendary Detroit Rock 'n Roll Emporium, The Grande Ballroom,  from 1966 - 1970.

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