The myriads of diversity: A collection of uniqueness-Go live!
Laguna is known for its charm. Some say that it’s the businesses, restaurants, landscapes or art, but much like individual flowers that make a bouquet beautiful, it’s the people that make up a town.
As small as Laguna can be, it also runs deep and I know from the sample of people I have met in the last 10 years there is charm and uniqueness hidden in the strangest places.
Martin Yewchuk, who produced the local movie about the town’s greeters, captured a part of the mosaic pieces that help make the town the work of art that it is. Michael is well known for his dancing, funny faces, and positive tidings. It’s the quirky shape of the individuals that make this town’s body beautiful. Let’s have fun with it and not forget to celebrate it.
Recently, while visiting my favorite thrift store Cherry Moon and talking to it’s shop owner Kent Kelley, that I mentioned he would be a fun guest DJ to hear. He said he had actually thought about it. It would be a fun way to get to know more about someone while adding variety to our musical databases. Even if it’s someone playing their favorite songs for an hour, or reminiscing about a time past, tuning in would be fun, especially in the raw form it could offer to someone who isn’t familiar with playing for the public.
We all love the local radio station. What do you think about guest DJ hour?
If faith can come by hearing, let’s keep up the faith by keeping the diversity flowing. All in favor, say aye.
Carrianne Menna, Laguna Beach