NPR, as a part of MSM, is not a conservative’s favorite radio listening, nor editorial reading.
But every now and again NPR highlights an article or program worth note. And Wednesday was just such a day, as the resurgence of a 40-year-old photo inspired an editorial.
Karen Grigsby Bates writes:
In late July 1973, Joseph Crachiola was wandering the streets of Mount Clemens, Mich., a suburb of Detroit, with his camera. As a staff photographer for the Macomb Daily, he was expected to keep an eye out for good feature images — “those little slices of life that can stand on their own.”