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  1. I spent last weekend in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond features lots of things to do–history, the outdoors, a good cafe scene, and interesting regional and experimental music.

    When I picked up the local newspaper, I expected the kind of local entertainment coverage that high-lighted all these things. Instead, the Entertainment section largely confined itself to movie listings. Here in north Texas, we have decent coverage by the large downtown paper, particularly through its "Quick' daily freebie paper,

    as well as a decent alternative and a great website run by the local classical music station. But the huge potential for hyper-local arts information has still not been achieved

    I grew up in a very small town in Arkansas, with a "hyper-local" paper

    which discussed everything going on in town. However, in most ways it did not contain "paid journalism" in the sense of hard-hitting exposes', but "hyper-local" coverage in terms of upbeat community news. This form of paper perhaps anticipated the blogospheric community site, as most articles were user-generated.

    Although I worry about the disappearance of "hard-hitting paid journalism", I worry more about the demise of "hyper-local" community "news". To me, the fallout from the disappearance of such outlets is less a matter of "truth no longer revealed" and more a matter of "culture needlessly centralized". The way that the arts and ideas of a local area are propagated and promulgated is through "hyper-local" outlets.

    The demise of free or nearly free publicity for arts and club events, as well as the demise of free or nearly free meeting/concert space, is to me

    a huge problem.

    I do look with trepidation at the demise of "hard news", though the question of paper v. virtual seems to me an inessential question.

    But my hope is for the hyper-local website or newspaper as the repository of local culture–and the next great hope to continue a drive to a read/write way of experiencing the arts.

    As for hyper-small furniture, I worry less about the look of it than with how much of it looks as if it would break upon any sitting.

  2. Thanks for this Gurdonark. It's an interesting point; the demise of the local and specific culturally, rather than just from a news p.o.v., and I think you're quite right. Cheers

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