Issue 802

26th December, 2014 - 14th January, 2015

Michigan State football highlighted this year in Michigan sports.  The Spartans won the 2014 Rose Bowl, which was the 100th year of this storied annual event.  They beat Stanford (11-2) 24 to 20.

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2014 was a depressing year politically because it clearly proved how the expansive growth of corporate influence in the wake of the Citizens United decision made several years ago, in which the United States Supreme Court decided that corporate entities are entitled to the same constitutional 1st amendment protections as individual citizens, opened government at all levels to an unfettered assault of influence peddling – those with the biggest bank rolls to influence the direction of our democracy are the winners; and today the simple reality is that principal trumps-out principles.

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As digital ‘On Demand’ services have expanded with companies such as Netflix and Hula, the line between television and movie theatres providing the only avenues to screen the ocean of films and documentaries released each year has ever so constantly eroded, which for the consumer is decidedly a good thing.

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Writing about notable events in American music is like kissing the Donkey’s ass too often. Take a look at the Country Music Awards; which one is better, which one is best. There is the CMA, ACM and the CMT and they all have their own websites.

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The biggest event in Bay City this year is the completion of the first phase of the Uptown Project on the East Bank of the Saginaw River.  The planned 43 acre development, which has been several years in the making, began moving in its first tenants the 4th quarter of 2014.

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The continued evolution of Saginaw’s blueprint towards the future as a flagship community of medical services and an entertainment  & cultural destination point is rapidly coming into reality with several key developments coming into fruition in 2014.

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