Ron Wimberly drops one page comic about Brooklyn pop-op radio station for The New Yorker

It's been a minute since I blessed you with anything from that dude D-Pi (Ron Wimberly if you're nasty), but I had to take a second to drop this one page comic I swiped off The New Yorker's website.  It's a one page documentary about an independent radio station in Brooklyn...

We sent Ronald Wimberly, an artist from Brooklyn who refers to himself as a “graphic mixologist,” to visit Lot Radio and create a Sketchbook based on what he found.

I peeped this because the combination (Ron Wimberly +The New Yorker) was the ultimate clickbait to me, but I'm sharing it now because I found Concrete Oasis: The Lot Radio to be a compact-yet-compelling story about small scale community entrepreneurship

An opportunity, the pursuit of a passion, and a need in your community that can be filled-  That's the formula for a small business.  Ron constructed the comic so that each panel shows how the community supports the project.  

Good stuff.  Click here for more goods about Lot Radio.
 I would love to read more of this, so I hope The New Yorker sends Ron out again...

Samax Amen is a professional Content Developer, Illustrator and Cartoonist. He is the artist of many great comics you never heard of like Herman Heed, Champion of Children, The Brother and The World As You Know It. He even writes and draws his own comics, like Dare: The Adventures of Darius Davidson, Spontaneous, and Manchild when he gets around to it. Because making comics is hard and stuff, he started GhettoManga as a blog in 2006 and as a print magazine in 2008.
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