Issue 817

15th October, 2015 - 04th November, 2015

With their Return to Old Town Saginaw and a Legacy Spanning Four Decades, Tom & Marilyn Roddamer Bring a Fresh Focus to Those Seeking Quality & Affordable Audio & Hi Fi Home Theatre Systems

One of the welcome and vibrant additions to the Old Town Saginaw business district is the recent re-location of The Listening Room, which under the experienced and professional ownership team of Tom & Marilyn Roddamer, has been providing both audiophiles and hobbyists with top notch quality audio Hi Fi and Home Theatre systems for over four decades now.

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Still as Fresh & Original As It Was 75 Years Ago

While many dining establishments constantly strive to keep trendy and current in their campaigns to both attract and retain customers, for the patrons supporting the Old Town Drive-In over several generations spanning 70 years, change is something they resist. Indeed, continuity is perhaps the key ingredient in their recipe for success.

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The feature race on Bay City ballots this November is for the Office of Mayor. Chris Shannon, the current Mayor, is subject to term limits and will be leaving office after the election.

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9th Annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival Kicks Off October 18th with a Special Free Concert at Pit & Balcony

To both commemorate and kick-off their 9th season, which this year will run from November 11-15th, the Riverside Saginaw Film Festival is conducting a pre-festival concert entitle Heroes of the Silver Screen, which will be held on Sunday, October 18th at 3:00 PM at the Pit & Balcony Theatre, 805 N. Hamilton Street in Saginaw.

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Saginaw Choral Society Launches 80th Season with ‘Songs from the Heartland’

The Saginaw Choral Society is entering a major threshold as they enter their 80th season of celebrating the powerful beauty delivered through the incomparable uniqueness of the human voice. And the chorus has never been stronger.

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Tales of local hauntings have sent chills up my spine since I began hearing about them as a little girl. The first account of an actual haunting that took place in Saginaw was revealed to me by my grandfather. Before his death, he retired as Captain of the Saginaw County Sheriff Department after serving on the force for 25 years.

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As a feminist, I looked forward to attending a screening of Suffragette but didn’t expect to like it. I was dismayed to learn beforehand that the movie is a work of fiction inspired by actual events – not an authentic biopic. This seemed to me a missed opportunity to explore an intriguing and divisive episode in women’s history and shed light on a long-standing fallacy.

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As anybody reading our pages over the last few issues can readily witness, the Great Lakes Bay area is fortunate to have developed a Bermuda’s Triangle of successful film festivals over the past decade for cinemaphiles and fans of independent and non-mainstream motion pictures to immerse themselves within, savor, and enjoy.

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The Saginaw Family YMCA has existed as a non-profit oriented, membership-based health & wellness organization within the community for nearly 150 years and served as both a bedrock for not only facilitating physical, spiritual, and mental fitness among the divergent array of families populating the region; but equally important as significant fulcrum for giving back to the community that it services.

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