Issue 785

13th February, 2014 - 26th February, 2014

Elizabeth & Dan Propp Bring a Welcomed Blend to the Live Music Scene By Fostering a Fresh Showcase for Musical Talent

Thunderbrew Coffee Company, newly re-located at 7194 Gratiot Rd., in Thomas Township, is rapidly distinguishing itself on many levels as an innovative addition to the Great Lakes Bay. Not only does it function as a top-notch specialty coffee company that strives to provide the freshest coffee possible to customers while also providing homemade baked goods, sandwich wraps, fresh homemade soups and salads; but it is also focused upon fostering a fresh renaissance for showcasing local live entertainment with it’s newly formed and ever evolving ‘Acoustic Café’.

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An Interview with Mark Bodnar of Lakeshore Development on the Progress of a Pivotal $6 Million Investment in Downtown Saginaw

The two buildings that stand at the corner of East Genesee and Washington Avenue that are now known as the Bancroft/Eddy Complex are in many ways architectural crown jewels, symbolic of commerce, that in addition to the Temple Theatre, Castle Museum, and Hoyt Library, are two of the most important buildings in the City of Saginaw.

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Great Lakes Bay Area to Host the 1st Women's Professional Lumberjack Competition. Kickoff Fundraiser Happening at the Rusty Saw on Feb. 20th

2014 will witness a welcome new addition to the Great Lakes Bay Area’s Summer Festival schedule with the inaugural Woodcutter’s Ball Women’s Professional Lumberjack Competition, which is slated to be a two-day festival scheduled for June 14 & 15th that will be held in Auburn, Michigan.

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While the challenges facing Saginaw County over the upcoming year are numerous and well publicized, there also exist a vast array of opportunities and promise that are often not so readily promoted by the mainstream news media.

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 “Phil Hoffman…did not die from an overdose of heroin — he died from heroin. We should stop implying that if he’d just taken the proper amount then everything would have been fine.

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Midland, Michigan singer-songwriter Dan Vaillancourt’s latest 14-song studio album released November 2013, entitled “When The Lights Come On…” is full of insights of who Dan is and has become.

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