Editor’s note: Tom Magliozzi, the co host of NPR’s long running and beloved call in show Car Talk, died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease last week. In June 2012, after the announcement that Car Talk would stop producing episodes after 25 years, Nathan Heller considered the reasons for the automotive radio show’s success. His essay is reprinted below..
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Why did you choose to enter the profession of College Admissions?: Like most in the profession I did not grow up saying I want to be a College Admissions counselor. However, after graduating college and experiencing the profession I thought I wanted to pursue (Political Journalism), I decided I needed to move my professional life in a different direction. I truly enjoyed my time working as a tour guide and assistant in the Admissions Office at Brown, so I thought a job in Admissions might be fun for a year or two.
Nightow was visibly moved by the enthusiastic response from the audience. After all, it was because of loyal fans like the ones in attendance that made the return of Trigun possible. He thanked the fans for their support and the fans thanked him for creating a great series.
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Tradition! Tradition! Alisa Solomon, a professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, has written a book about a musical that was so wildly successful, it became a tradition all its own. Wonder of Wonders: A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roofexamines far more than the 1964 Broadway juggernaut whose songs have been enjoyed by millions of Jews and non Jews alike and has had countless productions mounted in every corner of the globe, from high school auditoriums to the Alhambra theater in Jaffa, Israel. Solomon shows how a musical set in a Jewish village in czarist Russia at the turn of the 20th century raises universal questions about tradition versus modernity, generational conflict and a community buffeted by change.