Issue 777

26th September, 2013 - 16th October, 2013

An International Team of Solar Artists Redesign the Regional Landscape

As explained in our last edition of The Review, a pivotal component of the month long Art & Sol Celebration is centered around the impact of solar artwork, which harnesses the power of the sun in an innovative and expressive way.

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The Alden B. Dow Home & Studio Showcases Nine of the Most Architecturally Significant Houses of Faith in Midland

As part of the month-long Art & Sol Celebration the Alden B. Dow Home & Studio will be conducting an exceptional tour of Midland's Houses of Faith entitled Light from Above that will take place on Saturday, October 19th from 12:00 noon - 4:00 PM.

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A Gifted Sculptor, Artist, Author & Designer Returns Home to Explore Remarkable Women of the Great Lakes Bay

The French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard once said “Art attracts us only by what it reveals of our most secret self” and these words decidedly embody the essence of what makes Saginaw native and visiting artist Edwina Jaques such an engaging and intriguing artist to profile.

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According to the nonprofit Alzheimer's Association there are approximately 5.4 million Americans that live with Alzheimer's disease, and two-thirds of them (3.4 million) are women.

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Pit & Balcony Tackles the Ambitious Theatrical & Musical Antics of Mel Brook's YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN

Pit & Balcony Theatre kick off their 82nd season of showcasing premium community theatre with an embracing musical production of Young Frankenstein - decidedly one of the more ambitious, expansive, and challenging productions to brighten up the stage for theatre-goers that the Pit has undertaken in recent years.

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Regional Professionals Discuss Impressions on the Impact of Obamacare

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act - a new law that started out at 2,000 pages and ended up as an unbelievable 20,000-page document slated to put into place comprehensive health insurance reforms for all Americans.

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Jeff Hall is an unassuming genius with a creative spark that seeks expression. From his early days as a pre-teen prodigy with elementary and middle school mentors like Ken Mathews and Elaine Frueh, Hall found his calling.

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