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Live From Kepler's Books every Wednesday in 2017! By special arrangement with Kepler's Books and Kepler's Literary Foundation, we record fresh In Deep with Angie Coiro interviews every Wednesday at Kepler's in Menlo Park, in front of a live audience. Seating is limited; reserve your tickets here.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 12:00pm - Protest in the era of Trump
What's the real goal of protests - and what's the chance of those goals being achieved? What protest techniques and tactics have been effective historically? Guests:
Sheila Thomas has experience litigating both class and individual gender and race employment discrimination cases. She is adjunct faculty member at Golden Gate University School of Law, and serves on The Advancement Project's board of directors.
Dr. Clayborne Carson is the founder and director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 7:30pm - Ayelet Waldman, A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life
Bestselling author Ayelet Waldman joins In Deep's Angie Coiro for a conversation on micro-dosing, family, marriage and how it all ties together (or sometimes doesn't).

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 12:00pm - Robin Zasio, The Hoarder in You: How to Live a Happier, Healthier, Uncluttered Life
Dr. Robin Zasio visits In Deep with insight and advice about healthiest way to cope with anxiety, and what special challenges arise when that stress derives from world events? The hour will also touch on her work in reality TV - Hoarders and My Extreme Animal Phobia.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 7:30pm - Asi Burak, Power Play: How Video Games Can Save the World
Over the last decade, Burak has worked with NASA, the World Bank, the United Nations, and even the White House to promote and create video games designed for the social good.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 12:00pm - Ashton Applewhite, This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
Applewhite traces her own journey from apprehensive boomer to pro-aging radical, and in the process debunks myth after myth about late life.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 12:00pm - Lisa Napoli, Ray and Joan: The Man Who Made the McDonald's Fortune and the Woman Who Gave It All Away
Ray and Joan is a quintessentially American tale of corporate intrigue and private passion: a struggling Mad Men–era salesman with a vision fo ra fast-food franchise that would become one of the world’s most enduring brands, and a beautiful woman willing to risk her marriage and her reputation to promote controversial causes that touched her deeply. Together, the two stories form a compelling portrait of the twentieth century: a story of big business, big love, and big giving.

About

In Deep with Angie Coiro is an independently-produced, one-hour weekly news-talk and interview program. Hosted by award-winning Bay Area journalist Angie Coiro, In Deep is a closer look at news and issues of the week— particularly the important stories that fell through the cracks of major media coverage. Featuring lively, thought-provoking interviews with newsmakers, politicians, and behind-the-scenes notables, each show illuminates important issues and the forces shaping the national narrative.

Senior Producer, Host: Angie Coiro
Executive Producer: Gordon Whiting
Engineer: Scott McDowell
Producer: Carolee Hazard
Auxiliary Engineers: Peter Labberton, Jaimeson Durr, Brittneyleigh Wagner
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In Deep with Angie Coiro

Live From Kepler's Books every Wednesday! Come see us record our broadcast/podcast show at Menlo Park’s venerable Kepler’s Books, a community home to discourse and ideas for sixty years. In Deep began as The Angie Coiro Show on the San Francisco radio dial in 2009. It's evolved into a syndicated show heard across the country. We cast a sharp, inquisitive eye on America’s cultural underpinnings: politics, art, and society. We bring you good conversations that matter, with heart and a sense of humor. Kepler’s tradition is right in line with our own. The store was founded by a peace activist in 1955. It provided an early home for the Grateful Dead, and held social and political salons that prefigured its current packed slate of events. With partner Peninsula Arts and Letters, Kepler’s has created a vibrant community for thought-provoking dialogue and smart entertainment. We’re glad you’re listening. And we’d love to see you at Kepler’s! Most shows are free. The occasional Premium Shows carry a $10 charge. Reservations for both are available via our Kepler’s ticket page. Show and guest suggestions are always welcome. Send us an email, visit our Facebook page, or reach out via Twitter. See you at Kepler’s! Angie