Laurence Glavin wrote:
>News outlets are reporting that the Public Library in Salinas, California
>will be closing soon. Maybe it was a threat, but if it happens there,
>or elsewhere, the quality of life will be diminished. Even where public
>radio stations fall short of the ideal, their very existence is a bulwark
>against the conglomerates who are ruining commercial radio.
I can understand that perspective...but...what is the point where public
radio ulitimately misrepresents the art of music. Just because it is
all we have, ultimately, I wonder, what does that accomplish?