A new year, a new beginning

Back in the early 1990s, KPIG was a failure. The heir to the legendary KFAT had come on the air, and after a few months, went off the air again. But program director Laura Ellen Hopper wasn’t done. Several months later, she revived KPIG (107.5) from the dead, and the rest is history.

How did she revive the Pig? For 24 hours, on that first day back on the air, she played nothing but barnyard sound effects to announce the station’s comeback.

After a year of inactivity, I’m doing the same thing by re-launching this Santa Cruz County arts and entertainment blog, which I mean to make the place to come to get a sense of what’s happening in our crazy, eccentric and fiercely creative community. So, now there’s nothing left to say but:

Moo, oink, baaaa, moo, etc.

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