Issue 780

14th November, 2013 - 04th December, 2013

The Life Lessons and Musical Insights of a Vagabond Duo Taking an Incredible Journey Across the Soul of America

“Though you might hear laughin', spinnin' swingin' madly across the sun It's not aimed at anyone, it's just escapin' on the run And but for the sky there are no fences facin' And if you hear vague traces of skippin' reels of rhyme To your tambourine in time, it's just a ragged clown behind I wouldn't pay it any mind, it's just a shadow you're Seein' that he's chasing.

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As one of our more beloved tales in the lexicon of Christmas lore, Miracle on 34th Street began as a story called The Big Heart that was written by Valentine Davies and is best exemplified in the 1947 Christmas film that was written and directed by George Seaton that starred Maureen O’Hara, John Payne, Edmund Gwenn, and a very young Natalie Wood.

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Les Misérables is one of the more spectacular, engaging, and dramatic musicals populating the lexicon of contemporary theatre.  Originating as a French historical novel by Victor Hugo that was first published in 1862, it is considered one of the greatest novels on the 19th century because of the manner in which it examines the nature of law & grace, the moral and philosophical dynamics behind politics, justice, and religion; all tied together with an explication of the types & nature of romantic and familial love.

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There are certain artists who’s talent, expertise, life experiences, and spirit regarding the ways they communicate with an audience converge together at some point to catapult them into an entirely higher level of performance; and Michael Brush is such an artist.

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The Michigan Jazz Trail has managed to coral a big bag of holiday joy from Santa’s sled, as they bring to the Saginaw stage contemporary Jazz legend Wynton Marsalis & the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for a ‘Big Band Holiday’ extravaganza at The Temple Theatre on Sunday, December 8th at 5:00 PM.

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David Asher has done it again with his new single Gypsy Wind. Asher has a cranky genius that gives his best works an emotional coloration. He is a teacher and a linguist of the first order. He has a fear of putting out a short answer for it lacks depth and conviction.

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There were three patterns of bells our elementary school principal would ring.  One for the fire drill when we would excitedly march out of our classrooms in single file, down the main hallway and out onto the playground.

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