They took the deal forced on them by their EU creditors—but Greeks in the streets say it’s not over yet.  PLUS: Heyday Books founder Malcolm Margolin, master storyteller and gatherer, asks Why Berkeley?  With host Kris Welch.


Living Room

Greece/Grexit? SF Mime Troupe 2015 season opens

Is Greece in, or out, of the EU?  Is that really the right question?  Greek voters decide the fate of their  government, among other things, on Sunday. PLUS: the SF Mime Troupe’s 56th season opens this weekend, with “Freedomland”.  And Wes Nisker and Nina Wise in performance.  With host Kris Welch.


Democracy Now

As Greece Heads for Default, Voters Prepare to Vote in Pivotal Referendum on More Austerity

As Greece Heads for Default, Voters Prepare to Vote in Pivotal Referendum on More Austerity; Historic Iran Nuclear Deal Hangs in the Balance as Talks Enter Final Round; Egypt’s Power Struggle Intensifies with Killing of Prosecutor Behind Mass Jailings of Islamists; Amid Warnings of Famine, Yemeni Civilians Trapped Inside Conflict with No End in Sight; … Continued


As Greece Heads for Default, Voters Prepare to Vote in Pivotal Referendum on More Austerity; Historic Iran Nuclear Deal Hangs in the Balance as Talks Enter Final Round; Egypt’s Power Struggle Intensifies with Killing of Prosecutor Behind Mass Jailings of Islamists; Amid Warnings of Famine, Yemeni Civilians Trapped Inside Conflict with No End in Sight; … Continued


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