this is npr en Reason #0.32 To Love NPR It doesn't take much, but it means a lot. The yearly federal contribution to public radio per American is $0.32. <div class="fullattribution">Copyright 2013 NPR. To see more, visit<img src=""/></div><p> Tue, 23 Apr 2013 20:14:34 +0000 NPR 34422 at Reason #0.32 To Love NPR The Curious Listener: Ringing In The Laughter <em>Car Talk</em> hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi are a dynamic duo with a reputation for irreverent banter served alongside advice on automobiles and other of life's paramount dilemmas.<p>Each week you can hear the best of the past 25 years of their show on public radio stations and online. But some audience members hope for a different kind of listening experience.<p>Over the years, fans have come up with inventive ways to make the fun of <em>Car Talk</em> and the signature Magliozzi laughter<em> </em>part of their daily lives. Tue, 23 Apr 2013 03:07:49 +0000 George T. Gary IIIGEORGE T. GARY III 34382 at The Curious Listener: Ringing In The Laughter NPR Generation Listen: Join The Tribe Were you a backseat baby? Were you strapped into your car seat and forced to listen to NPR in the 80's and 90's? If so, high fives to your smart parents.<p>If you weren't force-fed, how did you discover us? We want to know. It's high time we got to know you in an intentional and meaningful way.<p>Join us on a new on-ramp to NPR that is quietly gaining speed: <a href="" target="_blank">Generation Listen</a>.<p>It's time for us to get better at finding you where you are and what is most relevant to your lives. Sun, 21 Apr 2013 21:14:32 +0000 DANIELLE DEABLER 34321 at NPR Generation Listen: Join The Tribe An Open Letter To Backseat Babies Everywhere Dear Backseat Baby,<p>Hey. Yeah you, in the backseat! I know you're trying to pretend like you're not listening to whatever it is Mom or Dad have droning on through the car speakers, but you should listen up. It might not seem terribly important at the moment, but there are a lot of us working on the other side of that radio, and some day, you might too.<p>Hold on, you might be saying. There's no way anybody younger than 60 is talking right now. Sun, 21 Apr 2013 21:08:26 +0000 Nick Andersen 34316 at An Open Letter To Backseat Babies Everywhere