Issue 832

01st September, 2016 - 21st September, 2016

Now Accepting Work from Michigan Artists

The latest news from downtown Saginaw’s Eastside Entertainment District is the slated opening of The Gallery, Art for Saginaw, which is set to soon open its doors at 104 E. Genesee Street on the corner of Washington & Genesee in the historic Bancroft Building.​

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Showcasing World Class Entertainment Benefiting Miraculous Research at the Field Neurosciences Institute

Since its inception over 26 years ago, the Field Neurosciences Institute (FNI) has embraced the goal of helping others by providing the highest quality programs of clinical care, education, and research for those struggling with a disorder of the brain or spinal cord.

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Even though it took months of diligent work to pull together, the Hamilton Street BASH appeared like an oasis forming a link to a legendary musical strip connecting the bands and artists that helped define the sound of our region for over three decades.

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Opening Night Film • Thursday, Sept. 22 • The State Theatre • 7:00 PM

Alicia Slimmer is an award winning independent filmmaker whose debut feature film, Creedmoria, recently took home the Industry Choice Award at the Dances with Films Festival in L.A., the very same night she also won Audience Favorite at the Brooklyn Film Festival. After debuting the work in March 2016 at the Cinequest Film Festival, she took the Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature Film Comedy.

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Featuring an Independent Mix of Modern Musical Styles

The 11th incarnation of Bay City’s Hell’s Half Mile Film and Music Festival once again is scheduled to bring many of the region’s best original music to town as part of its celebration of independently produced arts.

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2016 marks the 11th Anniversary for Bay City’s annual Hells Half Mile Film & Music Festival, which thanks to the dedicated vision of its organizers, has successfully delivered a divergent array of cutting edge independent films & music throughout Bay City for a four-day...

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Hells Half Mile Director Profile

In this compelling new work by director Sean Garrity, the central character Jonah is driven by his gambling addiction and lies compulsively to his creditors, his long-suffering girlfriend, and his teenage daughter Aurora

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Pit & Balcony Theatre Kicks Off its 85th Season with an Ambitious Contemporary Hit Broadway Musical

The contemporary Broadway musical Legally Blonde is somewhat of a modern-day phenomenon. Based upon the entertaining yet delicately insightful novel by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name, when it moved to Broadway in 2007...

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After an unprecedented year long search that incorporated feedback from audience patrons into the selection process, the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra is kicking off its 2016-17 Concert Season on October 23rd with their newly named Musical Director Fouad Fakhouri, who was selected to this pivotal position from among 197 applicants.

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Celebrating the Art of Transformation

With The GIngerblue Gallery set to open its doors on September 9th, it seems fitting to preface this tale of transformation with three telling quotes from visionary artists that, when coupled with determination, focus, and personal commitment, perfectly frames the context...

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Saturday • September 24 • The State Theatre • 6:30 PM

The Hollywood Shorties is a uniquely optimistic look at the larger-than-life story of the world’s smallest professional basketball team. Ostensibly a documentary on the birth of organized sports in the dwarf community...

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