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  • 'Car Talk' Host Tom Magliozzi Dead at 77

    Tom Magliozzi, longtime co-host of NPR's "Car Talk," has died of complications from Alzheimer's Disease, according to "Car Talk" EP Doug Berman and NPR. He was 77. Magliozzi (pictured, left) hosted the Peabody Award-winning talk show from 1977 to 2012...
  • An appreciation: Tom Magliozzi, Click of 'Car Talk'

    Tom Magliozzi, who died Monday at age 77, was for 25 years the co-host with his younger brother Ray of the NPR series "Car Talk"; a local Boston version had run on the public radio station WBUR for a decade before that. As the Tappet Brothers, Click and...
  • Radio caller reports 7-Eleven robbery in Baltimore

    Radio caller reports 7-Eleven robbery in Baltimore
    The sports news website Deadspin.com on Wednesday posted audio recorded from a man who said he is a Baltimore 7-Eleven clerk and claimed he was being robbed while calling in to a sports radio show. The incident, which took place at about 3:30 a.m.,...
  • Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook

    Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook
    This year, Courant carriers – paperboys and girls -- shared their memories with us on Facebook, in email, in typewritten and handwritten letters. We thought we'd share them with you – they made us laugh, smile and even cry. John Chilicki,...
  • Dahl ready to be 'part of daily conversation'

    Dahl ready to be 'part of daily conversation'
    When Steve Dahl last signed off terrestrial radio in 2008, he seemingly burned his bridges to Chicago radio, opting instead to launch his own subscription podcast network. His exit ended three decades of supervision by corporate overlords, Federal...
  • Sit! Stay! Listen! Pet Life Radio is on

    Sit! Stay! Listen! Pet Life Radio is on
    Want to know the latest trends in carpeted cat furniture? What to do about your dog's strange skin rash? If you really can train a rabbit to walk on a leash? There's probably a show on Pet Life Radio to answer these questions — and just about...
  • NPR puts spotlight on Baltimore music

    NPR puts spotlight on Baltimore music
    Some of Baltimore’s frontline musical talent graced national airwaves during Wednesday's NPR show, "World Café: Sense of Place," a show that highlights essential and emerging artists.  In two segments of “The Sounds of Baltimore,”...
  • Watch: T-Pain goes without signature Auto-Tune for NPR concert

    Watch: T-Pain goes without signature Auto-Tune for NPR concert
    In one way, this is totally great. In another, it's a real bummer. On Wednesday, NPR posted the latest installment in its so-called Tiny Desk Concert series, in which musicians perform stripped-down sets inside the public radio organization's offices in...
  • Bernard Mayes, founder of first suicide hotline, dies at 85

    Bernard Mayes, founder of first suicide hotline, dies at 85
    All things considered, Bernard Mayes had done most of them. He was the first board chairman of National Public Radio. He was a journalist, a gay rights activist, a university dean, a classics scholar who translated plays from the Greek, and an...
  • States backtrack on student tracking technology

    WASHINGTON Do you know where your student is? At school? On the bus? Paying for lunch in the cafeteria? Principals in thousands of the nation's schools know the answer because radio frequency chips are embedded in students' ID cards, or their schools are...
  • Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad

    Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad
    Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger is featured in a new radio ad supporting Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's gubernatorial run, as Democrats try to win over county voters in the final stretch before Election Day. The ad, paid for by the...