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In 1969, David Bowie emerged like an exotic bird on to the mainstream music scene — spreading his bejewelled wings among a crowd of common pigeons. He birthed an intellectual pop which spoke of other worlds, bended gender and shocked conservative Britain. Now in the age of manufactured pop and MTV lifestyles, can anyone give us what Bowie gave his generation or is the pop star dead?
The story of Guillaume Bapst a French social entrepreneur who is inspired by economic theories to create social change.
On Sunday the citizens of Thessaloniki were invited to vote on the privatization of the public water company EYTHA. 98% of them said ‚Oxi,’ objecting the government’s plan to privatize EYTHA. But: the referendum is unofficial. On Saturday, the Ministry of Interior Affairs and the Supreme Court in Athens declared the public vote illegal. Despite of this, 218,000 people participated.