In the old C&P Telephone Co. phone booth Leslie tries calling #NPRSasqy on his cell to no avail #NPRinterns #NPRlife  (at Sound Bites Cafe-NPR)

In the old C&P Telephone Co. phone booth Leslie tries calling #NPRSasqy on his cell to no avail #NPRinterns #NPRlife (at Sound Bites Cafe-NPR)

Can you spot #NPRSasqy and Carl Kasell in the NPR shop? If you want your own Carl doll, go to npr.org/shop #NPRlife NPRinterns (at NPR Commons)

Can you spot #NPRSasqy and Carl Kasell in the NPR shop? If you want your own Carl doll, go to npr.org/shop #NPRlife NPRinterns (at NPR Commons)

Today’s #NPRtbt is our award-winning legal affairs correspondent, Nina Totenberg. She joined NPR in 1975 and has contributed to countless groundbreaking reports since then.

Here she is in 1992, a year after her coverage of Judge Clarence Thomas’s 1991 scandal. The reporting earned her the George Foster Peabody Award, but Nina says she doesn’t regard this as her greatest success. To find out what is, check our interview with Nina later this week: NPRinterns.tumblr.org. 

(Photo: Murray Bognovitz) (at NPR News Headquarters)

Today’s #NPRtbt is our award-winning legal affairs correspondent, Nina Totenberg. She joined NPR in 1975 and has contributed to countless groundbreaking reports since then.

Here she is in 1992, a year after her coverage of Judge Clarence Thomas’s 1991 scandal. The reporting earned her the George Foster Peabody Award, but Nina says she doesn’t regard this as her greatest success. To find out what is, check our interview with Nina later this week: NPRinterns.tumblr.org.

(Photo: Murray Bognovitz) (at NPR News Headquarters)

Sensing impending danger, #nprsasqy took shelter in the impressive beard of Brian Boyer, head of the NPR Visuals department.

Sensing impending danger, #nprsasqy took shelter in the impressive beard of Brian Boyer, head of the NPR Visuals department.

#nprsasqy takes time to pet the armadillo on the desk of Matt Stiles, a data journalist in NPR’s Visuals department. (at NPR News Headquarters)

#nprsasqy takes time to pet the armadillo on the desk of Matt Stiles, a data journalist in NPR’s Visuals department. (at NPR News Headquarters)

#NPRsasqy took a rickshaw ride on Kainaz Amaria’s desk in the visuals department today. The rickshaw came from Bangladesh. It sits amongst a display of other souvenirs of photo assignments around the world. (at NPR News Headquarters)

#NPRsasqy took a rickshaw ride on Kainaz Amaria’s desk in the visuals department today. The rickshaw came from Bangladesh. It sits amongst a display of other souvenirs of photo assignments around the world. (at NPR News Headquarters)

This week’s #NPRtbt is creator and host of All Songs Considered, Bob Boilen. You may be familiar with Tiny Desk Concerts, which are performed at Bob’s desk here at NPR. But did you know the name was inspired by the band Bob played with during the late 1970s and early 1980s? Washington, D.C.’s own: Tiny Desk Unit.

Here’s Bob performing with the group at the Corcoran Gallery on New Year’s Eve, 1979.

To find out what album changed his life, and the story behind that infamous hat, check out our interview with Bob at NPRInterns.tumblr.com. (Photo: Claudia Joseph) (at NPR News Headquarters)

This week’s #NPRtbt is creator and host of All Songs Considered, Bob Boilen. You may be familiar with Tiny Desk Concerts, which are performed at Bob’s desk here at NPR. But did you know the name was inspired by the band Bob played with during the late 1970s and early 1980s? Washington, D.C.’s own: Tiny Desk Unit.

Here’s Bob performing with the group at the Corcoran Gallery on New Year’s Eve, 1979.

To find out what album changed his life, and the story behind that infamous hat, check out our interview with Bob at NPRInterns.tumblr.com. (Photo: Claudia Joseph) (at NPR News Headquarters)

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