Issue 773

18th July, 2013 - 07th August, 2013

PRIDE Turns Up the Sound & Shines the Light of Diversity as Downtown Saginaw Turns a Pivotal Corner

The story of PRIDE is one of commitment, compassion, and vision that began back in 1975 through the joint efforts of the downtown Saginaw business community, the Junior League and the City of Saginaw to stop the exodus of business and erosion of the tax base that started happening to the Central Business District when entities began moving operations to suburban malls in the 1970s, creating structural vacancies within the city.

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Opening Up World Class Opportunities for Downtown Saginaw

Like a Phoenix rising out of the ashes of urban decay & mismanagement that led to the $500,000 tear-down project of the former Florentine Inn and Saginaw Center, the new First Merit Event Park is now standing like a shining beacon of potential, with its expansive stage poised to accept patrons with open-arms as it ushers in a whole new level of opportunity for Downtown Saginaw.

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Voted the Best Live Event of the Year, Matt Dalton Takes the Region's Cutting Edge Music Festival to a New Level of Excellence

Since its inception fifteen years ago, the annual outdoor music extravaganza known as Dirt Fest has made significant strides as powerful as the iconic and varied musical line-up that populates its four stages in a melting pot of creativity that covers many divergent styles of music ranging from Metal, Punk, Alternative, Emo, Hip-Hop, Hardcore, Grind, Indie & Pop and carries patrons and fans to un-chartered points of achievement every summer.

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Deep beneath the pristine and chilly waters of Lake Superior & Lake Michigan beneath the Mackinac Bridge looms a 60-year old oil pipeline that according to environmental activists is a disaster waiting happen.

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How a Turtle Became a Mother

Howard Kaylan is one of the greatest singers in the rock & roll pantheon whom ironically is fated to become an obscure footnote lost in the drift of time. He is a pebble that causes a ripple in the waters of fame.

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My Life with the Turtles, Flo & Eddie, and Frank Zappa, etc.

This is a long awaited memoir of one of rock & roll's greatest singers. Kaylan may not be a household name but he is a perfectly endowed insider who can spill the beans on any number of pursed-lipped, groupie groping, self-indulgent Hall of Famers with or without a conscience.

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Since 1955 the Saginaw District Golf Association's annual District Invitational Tournament has been held each year for nearly six decades.. Thanks in large part to the vision of former Saginaw News Sports Editor Joe Hart and the equally tireless effort, passion, and long-time commitment of my father, Fred Martin, Jr.

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Terry Francis Kasper passed away at 1:15 p.m. on July 7, 2013 after a lengthy illness at the age of 65. Terry was born February 29, 1948, one of fourteen children to Lawrence and Janet (Metevia) Kasper.

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Every year Lansing hosts the Common Ground music festival.  This festival is by far one of the most relaxed and laid-back festivals I have ever had the honor of attending.

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