The Daily Gazette
Posted April 14, 2017
End to film credits in Michigan leads Flint Twp movie maker Brad Lyon to relocate operations to west coast
FLINT TWP. —- The Flint Township movie studio offices of Lyon Productions will remain open until the end of 2018, but owner Brad Lyon announced Friday on The Morning Gazette Radio Show that he will be relocating soon to the west coast. Lyon said he regrets not being able to make movies in the Flint area, but said the industry has been driven out of Michigan because of Governor Rick Snyder and the state legislature ending film credits for film makers. Click Here to Read More
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Back to the Bricks announcement coming
ST. LOUIS —- Back to the Bricks© will hold a news event on Thursday, August 3rd at 10:30 am at the newly restored Factory One at 303 Water Street in Flint. Back to the Bricks© will detail this year’s main event scheduled for August 19th, and all of the events leading up to it including the Tune up week, August 7th – 12th , Tuesday’s Drive in Movie, The Rolling Cruise on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and the Friday free concert scheduled at a new venue this year. Back to the Bricks© will also be unveiling another in the series of full size bronze statues of our auto pioneers during its opening ceremonies at 10:00 am on the morning of the 19th. Participants in the event include the Chairman of all of the Back to the Bricks© Committees and representatives of our partners in these events. For further information, contact: Jerry Preston, Secretary, Back to the Bricks©
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Posted April 6, 2017
Comedian king of insults Don Rickles passes away at age 90
LOS ANGELES —- Comedian Don Rickles died on Thursday at his home in Los Angeles, according to his long-time publicist, Paul Shefrin. Rickles was 90 and the cause of death was was kidney failure, according to Shefrin's press release statement. Rickles appeared at top showrooms and concert halls across the USA and around the world for more than 55 years as one of comedy’s most famous funnymen. He was well known for TV appearances during the 1960's and 1970's, including most famously on major prime time hits such as the Dean Martin Show and the Johnny Carson Show. Rickles also appeared in motion pictures, appeared on hit 1970's TV show Hollywood Squares and was a frequent guest on TV sitcoms, dramatic series and talk shows.
Posted April 9, 2017
Chuck Berry given Rock-n-Roll sendoff in St. Louis memorial
ST. LOUIS —- Chuck Berry was remembered at a memorial service on Sunday for changing the music landscape and keeping worldwide fame planted in his hometown of St. Louis. A letter read by Rep. William Lacy of St. Louis, former President called Berry "one of America’s greatest rock ’n’ roll pioneers." He died three weeks ago at age 90. Click Here to Read More