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IN DEEP shows are recorded at two venues on the San Francisco Peninsula. Our Thursday noon shows are staged at the Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, in Redwood City. Parking is one block away at the Marshall parking garage, where the first 90 minutes are free. Seating for Dragon shows is always free. Evening shows are at Kepler’s Books, where Angie is on staff as the journalist in residence at Kepler's Literary Foundation (KLF). The KLF schedule varies. Free parking is underneath the building; enter from Santa Cruz Avenue. You can join our email list for regular show updates, for both locations. Coming up:  
Date and Location Event
Thursday, AUG 16, 2018 12 DRAGON THEATRE 2120 Broadway Redwood City REVISITING THE TRUMP/HITLER COMPARISON During the Trump campaign in 2016, Anne Frank's stepsister openly compared the rise of the candidate to that of Adolf Hitler. From other sources, this might have sounded extreme; from her, it merited attention. So we put together a well-attended event at Kepler's Books to analyze the comparison. It yielded one of our most-downloaded shows.This week we'll take a look at how that widespread comparison has aged, and whether it serves any useful purpose in determining appropriate response - especially from the media. Is invoking Nazi history and imagery counter-productive in responsible reporting - even if it's accurate? What's the appropriate role of history in the reporting of current events?Charles Postel will return for the hour. Dr. Postel is a history professor at San Francisco State University, is the author of The Populist Vision, and writes historical commentary for news services and other media.  Joining him is Jay Harris who has had 35-year career in the business of journalism, as the publisher of Mother Jones and The American Prospect, among other things. He currently consults with a number of media organizations while also serving as publisher of The Hightower Lowdown. As always, we'll incorporate written audience questions and comments. Seating is free. Feel free to bring your lunch. Park free for 90 minutes at the nearby Marshall St. parking garage. We'll see you there!
Saturday, September 8, 2018 4:00 to 5:00PM Kepler's Books 1010 El Camino Real Menlo Park, CA 94025 Chris Hedges hasn't given up on America. That may not be the immediate impression from his reporting, nor from his books, where he describes "the opioid crisis, the retreat into gambling to cope with economic distress, the pornification of culture, the rise of magical thinking, the celebration of sadism, hate, and plagues of suicides." But grasping the unvarnished reality is essential to fixing everything that's gone wrong both nationally and worldwide. Hedges' work, from his contribution to the New York Time's 2002 Pulitzer Prize to his most recent book America: The Farewell Tour urges us not to compromise as we assess today's political and societal realities. And he says that neither mainstream political party addresses our systemic problems - nor can they, until our country's "corporate coup d’état" is reversed. Chris Hedges served as a foreign correspondent for nearly two decades for The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News, The Christian Science Monitor and National Public Radio. His bestselling books include American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America, Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacyand the Triumph of Spectacle, and War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning. Hedges is a Senior Fellow at The Nation Institute and writes an online column for the web site Truthdig.
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About

In Deep with Angie Coiro began as The Angie Coiro Show on local San Francisco radio, and became an independent production in 2007. By 2015, it was a full-fledged live production at Kepler's Books in Menlo Park. It's now produced at both Kepler's and the Dragon Theatre in Redwood City.

We focus on genuine conversations - real give and take with smart thinkers, entertaining personalities, and influential political figures. In a world of short sound bites, quick cuts, and extravagant production, we produce "one full hour on one intriguing topic".

Angie Coiro, Live at Kepler's Senior Producer, Host: Angie Coiro

ANGIE COIRO is a lifelong radio professional whose style has been compared to Terri Gross, Rachel Maddow, and Jon Stewart. She’s shared the stage with the likes of Al Gore, Jane Mayer, Barney Frank, Roxane Gay, Dan Savage, James Forman, Jr., Charlie Jane Anders, Dana Carvey, and Cleve Jones. She spent ten years at KQED-FM and KQED-TV; hosted Spotlight on KCSM-TV; and hosted Mother Jones Radio on Air America. Angie is on staff as the journalist in residence at Kepler's Literary Foundation (KLF), where she hosts the This is Now.


Carolee Hazard
Executive Producer: Carolee Hazard


Scott McDowell
Chief Engineer: Scott McDowell


Brittneyleigh
Associate Engineer: Brittneyleigh Wagner (with Bear, the In Deep dog)


Gordon Whiting
Founding Producer: Gordon Whiting

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