Issue 798

09th October, 2014 - 29th October, 2014

Kicks Off a Season of Experimentation, Engagement, and Community Collaboration

The Saginaw Choral Society is without doubt our regions premier ‘Community Chorus’ and one of Michigan’s finest vocal ensembles, rendering unforgettable musical experiences throughout the Great Lakes Bay area for over 75 years.

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With a $2.5 million Capital Campaign the Artistic Jewel of the Great Lakes Bay is Transformed Into a World Class Cultural Resource

As both a physical structure and cultural haven for priceless works of art emblematic of both the rich diversity of our region coupled with the legacy of its heritage, the Saginaw Art Museum  is undoubtedly one of the crown jewels of our community – a harbinger for creativity, an incubator for education, and something that reaffirms both the role & importance of creativity in Saginaw’s future.

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This year the race for the 32nd State Senatorial seat currently held by Dr. Roger Kahn, whom is departing due to term-limits, is a battle being waged between Frankenmuth Republican Ken Horn and Saginaw Democrat Stacy Erwin Oakes, both whom have served in the Michigan House Representatives from the 94th & 95th districts respectively.

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The 94th Congressional District encompasses part of Saginaw County, including the city of Frankenmuth along with the townships of Blumfield, Frankenmuth, Albee, Taymouth, Birch Run, St. Charles, Swan Creek, Thomas, Saginaw & Tittabawassee.

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Mandi Layne & The Lost Highway and The Distorted Waltz

I’ve been a fan of country music since Hector was a pup, and whenever I stepped up to this piss pot in Bradley’s Barn, he would growl and snarl like he wanted to go first. Hector was a first rate pissant when I look at it from the long view.

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Andy Jeglic has fashioned another coup for the unsuspecting masses. He is a musical anarchist who would like you to believe he is the bastard love child of Robert Plant and Ozzy Osbourne doing their best Ma and Pa Kettle while keeping the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s in a constant state of pseudo revolution.

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October 17 & 19 Festival at the Westown Showcases Local & Regional Filmmakers Experimenting with Horror, Suspense and Challenging our Sense of the Unknown<p>While the Great Lakes Bay area is fortunate to have numerous film festivals evolvin

While the Great Lakes Bay area is fortunate to have numerous film festivals evolving throughout the region, those eager to experience that specific niche of cinema that engages in horror, suspense, and our sense of the unknown will definitely not want to miss the 2nd Annual Things That Go Bump in the Night Film Festival, which will take place on Friday, October 17th at the Westown Theatre in Bay City’s Midland Street District, with the festival running from 7:00 – 10:00 PM, with an encore matinee on Sunday, October 19th from 3:00 – 6:00 PM.

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Former Members of Steel Wheels Harness Fresh Focus Coupled with a High Energy Sound

The Moonshine Mavericks are the latest collective of high-energy and seasoned musicians with a solid pedigree of rock-n-roll credentials to kick in the stalls of local clubs with their modern country oriented sound.

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