Issue 787

13th March, 2014 - 02nd April, 2014

Editor’s Note: The investigative research team Project Censored, which sprang out of a journalism workshop at Sonoma State University, defines censorship as “…anything that interferes with the free flow of information in a society that purports to uphold free press principles.

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An Exclusive Interview with Democratic Candidate Mark Schauer on His Vision for Michigan's Future & Campaign to Unseat Rick Snyder

As the 2014 election season starts to shape up, all eyes are on the Governor’s race that will pit incumbent Rick Snyder against Democratic challenger Mark Schauer, who lives in Battle Creek with his wife Christine and first entered politics in 1994 when he served on the Battle Creek commission and later was elected to serve in both the State House & Senate, where he earned a reputation for fighting back against the outsourcing of Michigan jobs.

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‘Intuition is the key to everything in filmmaking. I think you could have an intellectual ability, but if you can sharpen your intuition, which they say is emotion and intellect joining together, then a knowingness occurs.

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The Rhyming Rhythms and Passion of Hip Hop Artist Mike Spitz to Carve Fresh Beats into New Musical Terrain

Mike Spitz (also known as Spitzer) is a contemporary Hip-Hop & Rap artist that through hard work and a willingness to embrace a wide variety of music is making a well-deserved reputation as an artist to watch.

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While there have been considerable changes and evolutions with both music and the landscape over the expanse of 28 years since the Review held its first annual Music Awards ceremony at the legendary Fordney Hotel to honor the creativity and talent of regional musicians that inspire, inform, and entertain us with their talent, one thing that has remained consistent is both the diversity and quality of musicianship that resonates throughout this area.

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Michigan born and southern raised, self-proclaimed stewed and screwed rock-a-hillbilly bedroom blues man now based in Columbiaville, Cash O’Riley with David Roof self-released a fun Ep named “Jackson County Jail” in 2013 that was inspired by Cash’s own notorious life and times.

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When he isn’t busy holding down the bottom end and carving out bass lines with his band Operation 13, musician Michael Beeckman is busily taking his musical interests into fresh new directions in the recording studio.

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