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Parisi Tsakirios, 29, mends a net as he prepares for another fishing trip. "I can't imagine doing any other job, because I love the sea," he says. "But there are hardly any fish. I barely break even. I can't support my family." Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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The Salt

As Fish Stocks Dwindle, So Do The Livelihoods Of Greek Fishermen

The Greek fisherman casting a net from his small wooden boat is a postcard image of the Mediterranean. But fish stocks are so low now that many fishermen say they can't make a living anymore.

The 1949 murder film Too Late For Tears, starring Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea, follows a woman desperate to protect a newfound fortune. It will be shown as part of Turner Classic Movies' "Summer of Darkness" on July 17. Courtesy of Turner Classic Movies hide caption

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Mystery Loves Company, And TCM's Noir Movie Marathon Has Plenty Of Both

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One of the surprises on our crowdsourced road-trip playlist was a song by folk singer and activist Barbara Dane, shown performing in 1960. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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On Your Road-Trip Playlist, The Usual Suspects Plus A Sweet Surprise

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Mahan Esfahani's new album, Time Present and Time Past, combines Baroque and minimalist works for the harpsichord. Bernhard Musil/Deutsche Grammophon hide caption

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How To Annoy Your Dad: Play The Harpsichord

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Pam Marrone (right), founder and CEO of Marrone Bio Innovations, inspects some colonies of microbes. Marrone has spent most of her professional life prospecting for microbial pesticides and bringing them to market. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Mighty Farming Microbes: Companies Harness Bacteria To Give Crops A Boost

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Parisi Tsakirios, 29, mends a net as he prepares for another fishing trip. "I can't imagine doing any other job, because I love the sea," he says. "But there are hardly any fish. I barely break even. I can't support my family." Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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As Fish Stocks Dwindle, So Do The Livelihoods Of Greek Fishermen

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Greg (Thomas Mann) is jokey, mostly as a substitute for actual social interaction. Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Laughs Leaven Tears In 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl'

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