Issue 789

17th April, 2014 - 07th May, 2014

An Examination of Tattoo Culture & the New Primitivism

Practiced in many cultures around the world, America can largely thank our sailors for importing the custom of tattoos when they returned to our shores from exotic locales.   For most of the last century, tattoos were associated – for right or wrong -with the stories of military service or membership in biker or neighborhood gangs.

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As they move into the culmination of their 2014 season, Bay City Players is delving into the world of mystery and intrigue that only a master such as Arthur Conan Doyle could create with a presentation of Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, which was adapted by Steven Dietz and is based upon the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir.

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28th Annual Review Music Awards Program Schedule - Sunday, April 27th

All of us at The Review are excited about our upcoming 28th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony & Celebration, which is set to commence on Sunday, April 27th in the Genevieve Ballroom at Lumber Barons in Bay City, which is located at 804 E.

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“Our little group has always been and always will until the end …” -Kurt Cobain, Smells Like Teen Spirit There is nothing like being in a band.  The stories.

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Director Tommy Wedge Guides Pit & Balcony on an Exploration of Teenage Romance in this Tony Award Winning Contemporary Rock Musical

“Love looks not with the eyes but with the mind; and therefore is winged Cupid painted blind. I would there were no age between ten-and-three and twenty, or that youth would sleep out the rest; for there is nothing in the between but getting wenches with child and wronging the ancientry.

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An Exclusive Interview with Saginaw's Award Winning Artist About His 14th Studio Release and Keeping the Music Fresh While Dancing Around the Heat of A Familiar Fire

.A Familiar Fire is the title of Saginaw bred and Detroit based musician, songwriter, and author Stewart Francke’s latest CD of original material and marks his 14th release since 1995, when he made his debut on the now defunct Schoolkids Records with When the River Meets the Bay.

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David Strouse Benefit Performance at First Presbyterian Church Sets High Standard

Although the sun was shining through the stained-glass windows of First Presbyterian Church and basketball finals involving both the University of Michigan & Michigan State were raging on television screens across the Great Lakes Bay on this fine Sunday afternoon, unfortunately diverting attention from the miraculous home-court display about to take place, Saginaw born and Los Angeles based David Strouse treated approximately 150 fortunate attendees to a compelling and breathtaking performance of musical dexterity on March 30th, performing the works of Chopin, Bach and Beethoven, along with several more obscure works, in a special Benefit Concert for the church’s Music Endowment Fund.

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