Issue 834

13th October, 2016 - 02nd November, 2016

A Panel Discussion with 94th & 95th District State House Representatives Tim Kelly & Vanessa Guerra

The 94th District State House seat is currently held by Republican Tim Kelly, who is being challenged by Democratic Kevin Seamon; while incumbent Vanessa Guerra, who currently holds the 95th District seat is facing off against Republican challenger Dorothy Tanner.

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Our community has suffered a great loss with the sudden passing of Sarah Parker on October 4. Sarah was well known to local music fans and many readers of the Review for her work as an event promoter, with the Indie Spot group and with C & C Entertainment. She was a regular nominee for the Review Music Awards individually and with Indie Spot, including a win in the category of Best Promoter this year.

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Politics in Review

Another significant position to be determined locally during the November 8th general election is that of Saginaw County Treasurer. Essentially, the County Treasurer functions as the county’s ‘Banker’, with all departments depositing monthly revenues with the treasurer.

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An Immersive Horror Experiment Unfolds at Counter Culture October 14-30th

Those looking for an alternative to the traditional ‘Haunted House’ decorated with cobwebs, skeletons, witches, and bats flying about on wires might with to experience the innovative and extreme haunted house-like experience of STAG: An Immersive Horror Experiment, which will be happening Friday & Saturday October 14-15; Oct. 21-22, and Friday through Sunday, Oct. 28-30th at Saginaw’s Counter Culture Art & Music collective, which is located at 620 Gratiot in Old Town Saginaw.

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"Marijuana in its natural form is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. By any measure of rational analysis marijuana can be safely used within a supervised routine of medical care. ... It would be unreasonable, arbitrary and capricious for DEA to continue to stand between those sufferers and the benefits of this substance in light of the evidence in this record."

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Pop’s New Power Hitters

The Legal Matters started in 2014 when long time collaborators Richards and Klingensmith reached out to Reed to record an album at his Bay City studio. The trio noticed some real chemistry during the initial session, which culminated in the Detroit-area pair staying around afterwards with Reed to “sing a little bit.”

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Local Metal Band Reunites After Twenty Years

After a nearly 20-year hiatus, local heavy metal band Unsheltered has decided to reform in a big-way, having written several new songs and polishing off newly recorded versions of older songs that will be showcased on their new album entitled Uprising, which they will unveil to the public on Middleground Island at Scotty’s Sandbar on Saturday, October 29th. ​

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