Issue 771

13th June, 2013 - 26th June, 2013

Apple Inc. has used a complex web of offshore entities - including three foreign subsidiaries that the company claims are not tax resident in any nation - to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.

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The Expansive Restoration Project of Great Grandson Chris Thomson Opens Up a Living Document of a Distant & Forgotten Era

In our fast moving digital age when facebook albums are instantaneously created with uploaded images taken from one's telephone, we often forget that it wasn't until George Eastman pioneered the manufacture of paper film in 1885 that the artistry of photography first filtered into public consciousness.

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Navigating the Rising & Ebbing Tides of Financial Markets in An Uncertain Future

“The wisest rule in investment is: when others are selling, buy. When others are buying, sell. Usually we do the opposite. When everyone else is buying, we assume they know something we don't, so we buy.

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Sean Forbes grew up in a musical family. His father Scott and Uncle Dennis founded the iconic Forbes Brothers Band giving country rock new meaning and substance. Both Scott and Dennis are Michigan rockers at heart and have compiled impressive songwriting credits.

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Continuing upon its journey down the yellow brick road of top-notch musical talent that populates the Great Lakes Bay area, the Michigan Jazz Trail will pick up hues of red, white & blue when it converges for a spectacular celebration on Sunday, July 7th with the Michigan Jazz Trail Big Band and Memorial Presbyterian Church collaborating for an old-fashioned summer gathering of Dixieland Jazz and homemade friend chicken, corn bread, and other delicious southern specialties provided by Annabelle' Own.

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Archie Yelle came into this world on June 11th, 1892 and went on to live an exciting life in the world of baseball.  He came from a family of eleven, was a three sport star at Saginaw High, became Saginaw's 1st ever Major League player born in this town, and went on to catch professionally for 21 years.

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The Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame recently gathered at their new home to announce the class of 2013. The SCSHOF board recently made the tough decision to move from their spot at SVSU's RyderCenter, to the Castle Museum of Saginaw County after the Museum offered a 1,600 square-foot room; which will house the Hall of fame.

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One of the many highlights at this year's 2013 Matrix: Midland Festival centers upon the creative concoction of Pink Martini - a stylish, hip, and resolute mixture of classic cabaret, jazz-influenced instrumentals, and sultry vocals that is equally sophisticated, quirky, and entirely original.

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The Michigan Supreme Court handed down a major victory in late May to supporters and patients of Michigan's Medical Marijuana Act in the case of Rodney Lee Koon, who was prosecuted for operating a vehicle while 'under the influence' of marijuana under the Michigan Vehicle Code, which prohibits a person from driving with any amount of a scheduled controlled substance - a list that includes marijuana - in his or her system.

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