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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
 
Kosher Guacamole is a podcast, live (-ish) from La Bodega at The Met in Atlanta. Co-owners Kenneth Katz and his wife Jeanette Florez-Katz wax poetic about everything from the ingredients of El Salvador to the emergent Atlanta pop-up scene. So slide up to the window for pupusas and cafe au lait, as Ken and Jeanette dive into life and laughs shared at their counter, and what it means to make it through, together.
 
For the lulz is a podcast that used to take place in cody's car on the way to school. But after the Episode 2, we decided it would be best to record in a "studio." Be sure to vote for us on podcastalley.com, and subscribe to us on itunes. feedback is always appreciated. you can email us at greggood@podomatic greggood@podomatic My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-3dbe7ae6d2acdf331ae1d75c5c6fbe1b} jss_bueno@yahoo
 
Internet marketing doesn't have to be difficult. Done right, it's the most effective way to build an audience on-line. Done wrong, it's nothing more than a giant time-suck. Internet Marketing Best Practices Radio is hosted by Ricardo Bueno as a series of interviews and discussions with marketing thought leaders to help you bridge the gap between what's possible and what's practical for business development on the web.
 
TangoABC is a regular educational podcast about the Argentinian Tango, its music, its famous tango orchestras and its singers. We discuss the different styles of each orchestra, and how it influences the growing numbers of tango dancers around the world. You can find the TangoABC Podcasts in the iTunes Store and on www.tangoabc.com
 
Welcome to Dear 1995. Every week, host Gwen Bueno de Mesquita, alongside co-host Brooke who brings the brilliant insight, reads aloud totally unedited entries from her 1995 high-school diary. The diary covers everything from your average teenage angst to a first kiss. Gwen and Brooke delve deep into the roots of the teenage mind and how it relates back to them now as parents and, empowered women who maybe question a few of those lunch time back seat blow jobs in 1996. Dear 1995 is for teenag ...
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
Our show is aimed at either the solo agent or the office with small power team of real estate agents looking to get powerful results in 2019 using the latest & best online marketing technology. We look closely at new technologies, online marketing and new sales strategies which are really changing the way real estate agents do business. Hosted by Jonathan Denwood from Mail-Right & Robert Newman. from Inbound marketing.
 
pineapple radio is the podcast outlet of pineapple collaborative, a community for women who love food. The show features women in conversation with each other discussing the ideas, brands and movements in the great big world of food - from policymakers to celebrity chefs, from the culture of agriculture to entrepreneurship, and from food media to food banks. This show is recorded and distributed by Full Service Radio.
 
The award* winning Investors First Podcast is a service of CFA Society Orlando. Subject matter experts from our Society interview Founders, Chief Executive Officer’s, Chief Investment Strategists, Fed Presidents and more to discuss timely and relevant topics in finance. Our mission is to educate investors and investment professionals in Florida, the Americas and beyond, with a focus on making you a more informed investor and/or advisor. *The CFA Institute awarded CFA Society Orlando the 2020 ...
 
Hola y Bienvenidos! Are you ready to be inspired to cook at home, try new recipes, meet chefs, foodies and artisans from around the world? Diving into my Latina roots, I use my magical molcajete, wood pit and other tools and techniques that make my guacamole, crunchy tacos, chorizo y queso fundido molcajete, chimichangas, spicy slow grilled ribs, and so much more taste like grandma used to make back in Mexico. My guest chefs and familia share their inspiring stories that led them to create c ...
 
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Today we speak with Javier Auyero, Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, about his 25 years of experience studying marginalized communities in Buenos Aires ethnographically. Javier tells us how he first came to sociology, and the intellectual curiosities and political interests that drove him to many of his projects. He also …
 
Europe Editor, Katya Adler, presents a debate focusing on the European Union post Brexit. Politicians from across the region and the political spectrum discuss tough questions put to them by the public on issues such as the EU's environmental record, migration, Brexit, bailouts, the handling of the pandemic and the future of the Union.…
 
American ex-pats tell us why they chose to make a new home for themselves in Italy — and how they make it work. And Irish comedian Maeve Higgins explains what it's been like moving to New York from a small town in County Cork and getting accustomed to American ways. She also tells us about the stories of fellow immigrants that she has gotten to kno…
 
In this show both Jonathan and Robert discuss in detail what they feel will be some of the leading treads in digital marketing connected to the real estate industry. Both of us agree this year is going to be all about video in a big way and how this is not includes Youtube but almost all the leading social media platforms. The Hosts of The Mail-Rig…
 
In this special episode, we go behind the scenes of “El gran robo argentino,” the first special mini-series from the Duolingo Spanish Podcast. Host and executive producer Martina Castro reveals the most intriguing secrets from this one-of-a-kind show — with a little help from those who made it possible. If you want to hear the original music compos…
 
How can we pray for you? Let us know in the comments! Welcome to Foundations Church Tulsa live! We're a church in Oklahoma committed to making Jesus famous in all we do.Service times: 8:30a | 10a | 11:30aCheck out our website at www.foundationschurch.tv and download our app on your device's app store!Follow along with our sermon on our app!Give via…
 
In The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean: Waterscapes of Labor, Conservation, and Boundary Makin (University of North Carolina Press 2020), Dr. Sharika Crawford tells the story of Caymanian turtle hunters, men that plied the sea in search of the green and the hawksbill turtles. Using the personal stories of turtlemen collected by the Oral History Pro…
 
British travel writer Dan Richards explores the historic outposts and refuges you can visit that are scattered among some of the most dramatic scenery on earth. Plus, local guides tell us about the outdoor possibilities in their home turf, from Wales' highest views at Snowdonia National Park to the surprises you'll find in the elaborate underground…
 
Our guest today is Meb Faber, Founder & Chief Investment Officer at Cambria Investment Management. He also hosts one of the top investment podcasts called The Meb Faber Show. In this episode, talk about Meb’s quantitative approach to investing, embracing both value and trend following. We dive into one of his funds, $TAIL, and the entire thought pr…
 
The story of Manifest Destiny and the role of expansion in American slavery is dominated by the history of Western migration. In A Different Manifest Destiny: U.S. Southern Identity and Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century South America (University of Nebraska Press, 2020), Claire M. Wolnisty shows that the South had a long history of looking not just…
 
During the eighteenth century, hundreds of thousands of free descendants of Africans in Mexico faced a highly specific obligation to the Spanish crown, a tax based on their genealogy and status. This royal tribute symbolized imperial loyalties and social hierarchies. As the number of free people of color soared, this tax became a reliable source of…
 
Guides from Greece tell us about the significant places you can visit to better understand the world of the ancient Greeks. Journalist Conor Knighton describes how he made an epic New Year's resolution happen by visiting all of America's National Parks in 12 months. And listeners share their standout travel memories, as we await the chance to explo…
 
The name Cancún brings to mind tourism, resorts, beaches, sun, and fun. In her book, Stuck With Tourism: Space, Power, and Labor in Contemporary Yucatan (University of California Press, 2020), Matilde Córdoba Azcárate reveals the processes of labor, extraction, and reorganization that make places such as Cancún a tourism site. Dr. Azcárate examines…
 
In Blood on the River: A Chronicle of Mutiny and Freedom on the Wild Coast (New Press, 2020), historian Marjoleine Kars tells the story of a massive eighteenth-century slave rebellion in the Dutch colony of Berbice (in present-day Guyana). Drawing on some nine hundred pages of interrogation transcripts and letters that provide rare first person acc…
 
How can we pray for you? Let us know in the comments! Welcome to Foundations Church Tulsa live! We're a church in Oklahoma committed to making Jesus famous in all we do.Service times: 8:30a | 10a | 11:30aCheck out our website at www.foundationschurch.tvFollow along with our sermon on the Bible App: http://bible.com/events/48066429Give via text mess…
 
In The Haitians: A Decolonial History (UNC Press, 2020), leading Haitian intellectual Jean Casimir argues that the story of Haiti should not begin with the usual image of Saint-Domingue as the richest colony of the eighteenth century. Rather, it begins with a reconstruction of how individuals from Africa, in the midst of the golden age of imperiali…
 
MIT Professor Alan Lightman tells us how a little time alone with the night sky in Maine illuminated his awareness of the universe, and his place in it. Also, listeners share travel experiences that really "stoked their spirit." And we get ready to welcome in the new year with a toast to Champagne, and the region in France where the bubbly comes fr…
 
In From the Tricontinental to the Global South: Race, Radicalism, and Transnational Solidarity (Duke UP, 2018), Anne Garland Mahler traces the history and intellectual legacy of the understudied global justice movement called the Tricontinental—an alliance of liberation struggles from eighty-two countries, founded in Havana in 1966. Focusing on rac…
 
What is it like to do research in a marginalized community in the shadows of Ecuador’s largest oil refinery? On today’s episode we talk with Maricarmen Hernandez, assistant professor of sociology at the University of New Mexico. Maricarmen tells us about her fieldwork with a heavily contaminated community in the Ecuadorian coastal city of Esmeralda…
 
Brighten your socially distanced holidays by looking at the extra observances our friends in Europe normally celebrate this time of year. Listen in as Rick's friends from Germany, Spain, Sicily, Ireland, and Scotland tell us how they have traditionally enjoyed the holidays where they live. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including…
 
Salió "Aquí me pongo a contar", un mini podcast con lecturas de fragmentos de libros y poesía de autorxs LGTBI. Un espacio para dejarte llevar por las palabras. En este episodio, "La larga cabellera negra" de Manucho Mujica Láinez. Nos lo cuenta Gustavo Pecoraro. Otra producción de El Vahído.
 
Have you ever wondered if there's MORE to life? That there is something BIG out there waiting for you or you have something burning inside of you to inspire and make an impact? Well, my name is Kyle Handy, and that was me back in 2013 as I sat behind the desk in my model home office waiting for the next buyer to come walking through. As an outsider…
 
A Living Past: Environmental Histories of Modern Latin America (Berghahn Books 2018) is a wonderful collection that seeks to provide a general overview of environmental history within Latin American history. Edited by John Soluri, Claudia Leal, and José Augusto Pádua, this fantastic book is meant for specialists and non-specialists alike. In the bo…
 
How can we pray for you? Let us know in the comments! Welcome to Foundations Church Tulsa live! We're a church in Oklahoma committed to making Jesus famous in all we do.Service times: 8:30a | 10a | 11:30aCheck out our website at www.foundationschurch.tvFollow along with our sermon on the Bible App: http://bible.com/events/47973132Give via text mess…
 
What history and motivations make up the discourses we are taught to hold, and spread, as common sense? As a member of Brazil's upper middle class, Ana Beatriz Ribeiro grew up with the image that to be developed was to be as European as possible. However, as a researcher in Europe during her country's Workers' Party era, she kept reading that Afric…
 
On September 21, 1976, a car bomb exploded in Washington DC, killing a former Chilean diplomat named Orlando Letelier and his American colleague Ronni Moffitt. The assassination was a cruel and brazen attempt by the Chilean government to silence a critic of the Pinochet regime. And it proved to be a major strategic error––Pinochet himself used the …
 
In the final episode of season 2, we’re speaking with trained chef and “Breakfast with Besser” host Elena Besser. This episode serves up a Pineapple favorite: the convergence of digital and food where Elena has long occupied the space. Elena shares her journey from kitchen to on-camera, her passion project “The Lineup,” her food trend predictions f…
 
Take a virtual vacation to spice up this year's stay-at-home holidays: We'll hear about the festive customs people in Holland, Venice, Santa Fe, and England have for celebrating the Christmas season, and listeners tell us where they'd like to travel again in December. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions,…
 
We are joined by Dr. Andrea Ballestero, associate Professor of Anthropology and Director Ethnography Studio, at Rice University. We will be talking about her book A Future History of Water, published by Duke University Press in 2019. Thanks to the Fondren Library's support, an Open Access pdf copy of the book can also be downloaded from the author'…
 
A New York native, Jason Javer graduated from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan with a degree in finance. After working for a private equity company that invested in real estate in Chicago, Jason felt he had the foundation needed for success in real estate investment and development. Additionally, his experience as a financi…
 
In The Last Good Neighbor: Mexico in the Global Sixties (Duke UP, 2020), Professor Eric Zolov retells the history of 1960s Mexico by focusing on the way that Mexican political leaders pursued a paradoxical foreign policy agenda. This agenda consisted reaffirming Mexico’s close and amicable relationship with the United States, while, at the same tim…
 
In Creative Transformations: Travels and Translations of Brazil in the Americas (SUNY Press, 2020), Krista Brune brings together Brazilian fiction, film, journalism, essays, and correspondence from the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first centuries. Drawing attention to the travels of Brazilian artists and intellectuals to the United States an…
 
A story about what it takes to thrive as a microbusiness. Things aren’t always easy for a husband and wife team working together side by side, 7 days a week to feed an emerging neighborhood. But like everything else, you get out what you put in. In this episode they talk about what has worked, and what has failed. And what it takes to build a thriv…
 
A story about neighborhoods, and ingredients and "progress." Southwest Atlanta is a historically black neighborhood with limited access to appropriate foodways. But the times, they are a changing. With the rise of Atlanta’s BeltLine project, and the forthcoming developments throughout the West End, the question for the neighborhood’s future is simp…
 
A story about Latin traditions, brought to America. It was a long strange trip that brought Jeannette Flores-Katz from her small town in El Salvador to the big city in San Francisco. That’s where she met her future husband, Kenneth Katz. Today the pair are the proprietors of La Bodega, a pioneering establishment at The Met in Atlanta. La Bodega is …
 
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