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DP logoMary-Frances Maddox, Capistrano Beach

The 2016 Dana Point fireworks display was gorgeous, but my husband and I were disappointed with the music provided by KSBR 88.5. We missed the rousing musical tribute to all branches of our Armed Forces. Given our close proximity to Camp Pendleton, it’s hard to understand how the radio station managed to overlook the Marine’s Hymn. July Fourth is America’s most patriotic holiday, and it gives all Americans the opportunity to thank the courageous people who risk everything to protect our freedom.  Here’s hoping KSBR rethinks its music selections next year.

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