NY Times writer Bob Herbert takes a compelling look the SENSATION situation in Sunday's NY Times.
Here is an excerpt: This time Rudolph Giuliani, who has only a passing acquaintance with the First Amendment, is determined to protect us from some nasty pictures at an exhibition. And if the only way to do that is to cripple a terrific cultural resource like the Brooklyn Museum of Art -- well, that's a price the Mayor is perfectly willing to pay.
He's already gone after the porn parlors. Now it's a museum. Maybe he can find some nasty passages in some raunchy books and close a few libraries.
Tell the nation about your favourite song! As part of the millennium celebrations RADIO ONE are currently running "One Song - One Love" where you get the chance to tell the UK nation your favourite song of all time.
You can enter by email or telephone: 08700 100 100.
"Tell us about the song that causes the hairs on the back of your neck to stand up on end and we'll put you, your story and your song on Radio 1."
The goal is gathering great songs with great stories. There is a form on the RADIO ONE site that asks the following:
Your Name: Your E-mail: Your Phone Number: Your Song: