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Hey Loyal Listeners,Its Patrick the GM again, introducing yourfavorite VOX periodical. As you may notice,this issue’s theme is “Time”. Aside from thecorny jokes (“it’s Time for you to donate
to WTUL!”), the theme really is central to
whats happening at the radio station youknow and love. We’re on the cusp of digitiz-ing our music, changing our programmingschedule, getting more involved in thecommunity, and getting ready for anotherexciting Marathon! I’ll keep this message
short since I know its time (har har) for you
to read the rest of the Vox. Sincerely,Patrick TownsendGeneral ManagerWTUL New Orleans 91.5
I read the Vox today while at work. I felt oddly...reconnected to this city. WTUL is my favoritething about New Orleans; well, that and La DivinaGelateria’. This issue made me feel still isolatedand kind of fucked up, but I’m not the only onewho feels that way. So, maybe there’s hope, right?Whether it was feeling like almost 70 of the 83who were socially deleted- being rejected overand over again by people for whom I feel thesame way- or nearing a panic attack at the thoughtof someone more socially awkward than myself whom I almost want to meet but fear what thatencounter could turn into, I felt like the Vox wasreaching out to me. I’m not a target, not a de-mographic, not conspicuous enough for a label,but not so bland I can’t be sold. I’m just in mytwenties, looking for something to read for a shorttime, and maybe drink a cup of coffee. Thanks forbeing there. Thanks for being. Much Love, Peace,Eliza T.