Issue 795

21st August, 2014 - 10th September, 2014

79th Season of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra Celebrates Musical Excellence

Now entering their 79th season of providing singular opportunities for audiences of the Great Lakes Bay to experience the timeless majesty of Classical Music while simultaneously advancing and cultivating an appreciation of orchestra music through both quality performances and innovative educational programs, the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra is poised to kick-off their 2014-15 concert season upon an apex of creativity and critical acclaim cultivated largely through the insightful and innovative instincts of Musical Director Brett Mitchell.

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Go Wild Event on September 13th at Saginaw Children's Zoo Brings Together Environmental Education & Fun-Filled Family Activities

On Saturday, September 13th several pivotal community organizations and businesses will be partnering up with the Mid Michigan Waste Authority to present their annual ‘Go Wild – Get in Recycle Motion’ gathering at the Saginaw Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square.

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I’ve known Jordan Pries for several years now. Initially I rode his heavy metal wave with Beast in the Field. His band played at White’s Bar a half dozen times and each show was successful from any angle through the looking glass.

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Dick Wagner lived a life from which the fairy dust of Rock ‘n Roll Dreams are born, taking the unique challenges that confront each of us in different ways and using his talent, creative vision, and determination to make music that was memorable, poignant, transcendent, and an important addition to the tapestry of popular music that will endure the test of time.

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Midland Artists Armin Mersmann & Valerie Allen Discuss the Merits & Detriments of Michigan's Revolutionary Artistic Competition & Gathering

When it comes to transformational artistic experiences that redefine the way that an artist’s work is disseminated, viewed, and absorbed by the general public, few events in recent memory have proven more successful than the annual ArtPrize exhibition that will be happening for its sixth year in downtown Grand Rapids from September 24th to October 12th.

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An Oral History Marking the 10th Anniversary of an Annual Celebration of Musical Talent & Community Involvement on the Banks of Sanford State Park

One sure sign that an eventful idea has fully come into fruition is when it hits a ten-year landmark, as once the mark of a decade is felt in terms of impact upon a community, enough memories and moments are able to accumulate to the point where said event starts to carry the imprimatur of history and the weight of legacy to fortify it.

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Editor, the Review;   I moved to Saginaw last summer. Stacey Gannon, Executive Director of the Saginaw Art Museum found me along with my work in Traverse City. Our mutual artistic spirit and creative intentions were an instant bond.

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New Policy at Delta Broadcasting Necessitates Resignation & Raises Serious Questions About the Future of Public Broadcasting

Note from the Editor: It is with deep regret that I received the following submission from Delta Public Radio’s Trish Lewis about new contractual requests presented to her by Delta College that precipitated her resignation at the station, and hence the demise of her weekly radio show, The Eclectic Chair, which for nearly 10 years has filled an important broadcasting void by connecting local & regional musical artists with an outlet to have their music heard.

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