Issue 753

16th August, 2012 - 30th August, 2012

In today's climate of Electronic Dance Music and pre-recorded beats, loops, and digital delirium, the music of Thick as Thieves hits you like a warm breeze of humanity on a hazy summer day; or better yet, the warm sound of a diamond needle touching the grooves on a carefully tended vinyl record.

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Tracking Key Issues, Races & Political Developments

With the August primary now behind us and the November elections looming forward, the big upset in Saginaw County centered upon the Saginaw County Prosecutor's race and attorney John McColgan, Jr.

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Immune From the Clean Water Act, With a Process that Spews Unknown Chemicals into the Groundwater, an Immediate Ban is Essential to Preserve Human Health & Michigan's Freshwater

“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.” - Bertrand Russell   There is nothing that underscores the truth of late philosopher Bertrand Russell's statement regarding ideological certainty than the frightening move by natural gas developers to place the entire health, economic viability, and precious natural resources of Michigan in imminent jeopardy through a newly adopted process called Hydraulic Fracturing or 'Fracking' that has resulted in dire consequences within every state that has cultivated it.

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As a Founding Member of The Monkees He Lived the Rock 'n Roll Dream. He Still Has Something to Say.

The pop band known as The Monkees were an undeniable musical & cultural phenomenon for three short years from 1966-1969, producing six albums and a hit television series that shot them to the peak of pop stardom, yielding several number one hits, millions of screaming pre-teen and teenage fans, and for a brief moment, outselling both The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

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Greg Allman is a tried and true southern-bred hell-raising redneck hippie who scaled the heights of stardom only to fall precipitously from his ill-fitting pedestal. Allman is a throwback to the old rhythm and blues masters he emulated, from Patti Labelle and Jackie Wilson to Otis Redding as well as blues legend Muddy Waters.

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