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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ray Magliozzi
The Bieber might outdraw the Beatle. That's what Mexico City officials are saying as they prepare for Monday's free concert by teen star Justin Bieber.
The chatty mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage.
The comic mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage.
Ray Magliozzi said Friday that they will stop making new episodes of their comic auto advice show at the end of September, 25 years after "Car Talk" began in Boston.
"We've managed to avoid getting thrown off NPR for 25 years, giving tens of thousands of wrong answers and had a hell of a time every week talking to callers," Ray Magliozzi said. "The stuff in our archives still makes us laugh. So we figured, why keep slaving over a hot microphone?"