Issue 784

30th January, 2014 - 12th February, 2014

Tracing the Arc of a Classic Rags to Riches to Rags Story

If there is one thing we love more than a “rags to riches” story, it’s a “rags to riches to rags” story.  These don’t necessarily have to be tales of economic feast and famine.

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(A Complete and Comprehensive Assessment)

As we all know, US Student loan debt has surpassed the $1Trillion mark – now exceeding the combined total of credit card and auto loan debt, which comprises 6% of our national debt – the total GNP of South Korea.

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With one of the coldest and most snow-filled winters in recent years, The Friends of Hoyt Park are earnestly engaged in a series of events sponsored by Dow and hosted by PRIDE in Saginaw entitled Bringing Back the Ice Again at Hoyt Park, which features Free Open Skating & Sledding, $2.

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An Interview with Bob Goodrich on the Unveiling of Saginaw’s New Quality 10 GDX Theater

Cinema lovers, rejoice. No longer do we have to suffer from IMAX envy. The Quality 10 GDX will offer a significantly improved movie going experience for Mid-Michigan movie fans, offering ten digital theaters, all capable of showing the increasingly popular 3D format.

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With the snow flying, temperatures dropping, and the new year underway, the first three weeks of nominating for our 28th Annual Review Music Awards is definitely heating up, with several new artists and established faces popping up in numerous divisions of balloting.

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A Raisin in the Sun is an exceptionally executed and deftly written play by Lorraine Hansberry that debuted on Broadway in 1959 and has carried an enduring impact upon both American theatre and the social fabric of our country since it first premiered.

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