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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Photos From WBUR’s Annual Gala: Celebrating 35 Years Of ‘Car Talk’

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Here & Now's Robin Young and Car Talk's Ray Magliozzi at WBUR's annual gala.NPR's Scott Simon showing off pictures of his gorgeous family at the WBUR gala.NPR's Scott Simon and Alice Furlaud chatting at the WBUR gala.Doug "The Subway Fugitive, Not A Slave To Fashion" Berman at the WBUR gala. He's dressed up, in his best hoodie!Tom and Ray leave the WBUR gala in their golf cart, to thunderous applause. (Robin Young)NPR's Nina Totenberg at the WBUR gala.

Here & Now’s Robin Young tweeted these photos from WBUR’s 11th Annual Gala on Monday, Oct. 15, at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. This year celebrated the storied career of Tom and Ray Magliozzi, who are marking the 35th anniversary of Car Talk on WBUR – and the 25th year on NPR.

Robert Siegel, Scott Simon and Nina Totenberg were be on hand to toast Click & Clack. They were joined by all the WBUR hosts, as well as reporters and producers – along with the whole crazy crew from Car Talk Plaza, from Doug “The Subway Fugitive” Berman to Natalie Attired.


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