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Hey guys,

I'm producing a piece for NPR's Main street project. The project is supposed to take a look at various main streets in America and my plan is to follow a graffiti artist while he tags downtown New Britain one night. It would have to be in the next month or so and I would like it to be someone who usually uses downtown New Britain as a stomping ground. I will not use real names and any photos I use will have faces blurred out before they are published.

If you are interested please email me or reply.

 

Thank you

 

Yeah help this guy blow up your spot. I'd love to hear all about this "culture" from the perspective of someone who works for a government radio station or possibly law enforcement.

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Oh, you didn't hear? NPR's movin' to New Britain. Switching formats too...

National Polish Radio. Confusing America One Broken English Sentence at a Time.

 

"We now return to "Stosh", reporting live from Broad St., New Britain... Stosh. Can you tell us where the dirt pile is being made?"

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NPR is a goverment funded station but regardless of that the most telling issue with this post is if this was legit in the least it would be one of the local NPR stations who would be interested and they do not use WNPR as call letters. WNPR is the umbrella of many radio stations like PBS is to CPTV in CT.

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it's actually a publically funded station under the same people that run PBS, but regardless, it's pretty obviously bullshit.

 

found this in the jersey thread

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Yeah help this guy blow up your spot. I'd love to hear all about this "culture" from the perspective of someone who works for a government radio station or possibly law enforcement.

 

well i was actually planning on making a graffiti movie, but im still working on another project right now... fyi

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