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Are you looking for a new and fun way to learn American English? Come hang out with Lindsay and Michelle from Boston and New York City and have fun while you improve your English listening skills! We are an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast for intermediate to advanced English learners around the world. We will show you how to use everyday English vocabulary and natural idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs and how to make small talk in American English. We will also give you speci ...
 
Hot conversations for podcasters about podcasting. This is what podcasting advice should sound like. Mind of a Mentor brings together the best podcasters and audio industry experts in the world for 40 minutes of mentorship every week. Hosted by Marla Isackson, CEO and Founder of the Ossa Collective women's podcast network, new conversations drop every Wednesday. Send us an email at podcasts@ossacollective.com to suggest a guest ,topic, or ask a question. If you are a womxn podcaster looking ...
 
From discovery to practice, the Center strives to improve stroke rehabilitative care and transition back into the community by finding ways to detect and treat spatial neglect, expanding our knowledge of reading deficits, improving medication adherence, and implementing new interventions during in-patient rehabilitation.
 
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Go here to save $10 on Storyworth Save $10 on your first purchase. Capture memories of your father's life and share them with your family for years to come! Go here to get this special offer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan
 
For 50 years, women in America have had a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. Now, a leaked draft opinion suggests that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v Wade. Anne McElvoy asks Mary Ziegler, a legal historian, about the origins of the landmark legislation and what would happen if Roe is cast aside. Plus, does the Supreme Court need …
 
In this, the last new episode of Season 4 of this podcast, Caitlyn picks up where she left off in Part 1. She and a friend she'd been gardening with started selling salad mix and herbs to places like Tartine and other nearby restaurants. They also established a small CSA for folks in the building where their garden was as well as a few neighbors. T…
 
Click here to try ELSA now Special limited time offer available for All Ears English listeners! Get 85% off your lifetime pro membership Get 40% off your 1-year pro membership What is ELSA (English Language Speech Assistant): Get your own personal pronunciation assistant! Stop feeling embarrassed about your pronunciation. Get immediate feedback on …
 
Click here to try ELSA now Special limited time offer available for All Ears English listeners! Get 85% off your lifetime pro membership Get 40% off your 1-year pro membership What is ELSA (English Language Speech Assistant): Get your own personal pronunciation assistant! Stop feeling embarrassed about your pronunciation. Get immediate feedback on …
 
There's an unused square block in the Portola District that's Ground Zero in the fight over land in San Francisco. In this podcast, we learn all about the Greenhouse Project. Volunteer Caitlyn Galloway shares some of the history of the block bordered by Woolsey, Bowdoin, Wayland, and Hamilton streets as well as the efforts underway to reclaim the a…
 
Go here to save $10 on Storyworth Save $10 on your first purchase. Capture memories of your father's life and share them with your family for years to come! Go here to get this special offer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan
 
Click here to try ELSA now Special limited time offer available for All Ears English listeners! Get 85% off your lifetime pro membership Get 40% off your 1-year pro membership What is ELSA (English Language Speech Assistant): Get your own personal pronunciation assistant! Stop feeling embarrassed about your pronunciation. Get immediate feedback on …
 
In ten weeks of conflict Vladimir Putin has not been afraid to rattle the nuclear sabre. Western leaders have responded by tempering their own rhetoric – but the risk of nuclear war is greater than it has been for more than half a century. Anne McElvoy asks Rose Gottemoeller, a former deputy secretary-general at NATO, whether Russia will launch nuc…
 
In this podcast, Doug picks up where he left off in Part 1. He shares stories of his Jewish family's escape from Nazi Germany and their journey to the U.S. His dad went to Basel, Switzerland, first. So many of his friends died in World War II that, after the war ended, he came to New York. Being highly educated and speaking five or six languages, h…
 
Doug Salin has trouble doing anything longer than one hour. In this podcast, the career photographer shares his life story with us. We recorded in Doug's house in the Sunnyside, the same place we met and talked with ex-San Francisco poet laureate, Kim Shuck (Part 1 / Part 2). Kim is Doug's life partner, in fact. These days, Doug works as a robotics…
 
Evidence of Russian war crimes litters the landscape of Ukraine. But it’s a long trudge from the battlefields to the courtroom. Anne McElvoy asks Oona Hathaway, an expert on law and warfare and a professor at Yale University, whether the perpetrators will be held accountable. Could Vladimir Putin and others be prosecuted by a Nuremberg-style tribun…
 
In this episode, Christopher picks up where he left off in Part 1. He tried college up north for a couple years, but that ended when he lost his scholarship. His dad knew a guy at the San Francisco Art Institute and encouraged Christopher to come see the school. The idea was that he would finish his education learning how to make movies. On that vi…
 
Click here to subscribe to podcast transcripts In today's episode we have Roger Williams from the Crossing It Off Podcast on the show to remind us that if you want to life a fulfilled life, you need a list. You need a bucket list. Learn more today about how to write one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Christopher Coppola wants to tell you about his dad. In this episode, the filmmaker from the very famous filmmaking family shares his life story with us. Born and raised in Long Beach, he and his brother, Nicolas, spent a lot of time in San Francisco with their uncle, Francis. Christopher starts things off with his dad, August Coppola. According to…
 
Subscribe to the transcripts Are you good at finding clothes that go together? Or do you struggle in that area like Lindsay and Michelle? Today we answer a listener question about the words fit, match, and more. Listen in for fashion know-how today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The war in Ukraine has driven Finland and Sweden to rethink their long-held position on neutrality. Anne McElvoy asks the former Swedish prime minister whether the two countries will join Nato. Will membership bring stability and security to Europe and how should the Nordic neighbours manage their relations with Russia? Plus, he relives the history…
 
In this episode, Emmy picks up where she left off in Part 1, with the story of opening her own place. She'd been kicking around the idea of opening her own restaurant. Her classmates had more or less shot it down. Her dad, a restaurant-owner himself, wasn't crazy about the idea either. He couldn't see her raising the kind of money she'd need. But E…
 
Subscribe to transcripts now When you are putting out your idea, don't always say "I think." Today you get 3 more interesting things to say, both formal and informal for any English conversation situation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan
 
Emmy Kaplan and her friends in the restaurant business just wanted somewhere to go after their shifts. In this podcast, Jeff fulfills a 20ish-year dream meeting and recording with Emmy, the namesake behind Emmy's Spaghetti Shack. Today located on Mission Street just below Cesar Chavez, the restaurant recently celebrated 21 years in business. Emmy w…
 
When you want to give more details to convey your point in English, you shouldn't always say 'for example,' especially with the longer stories. Find out what else you can say that will set the stage for your English story in this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In this episode, Maggie picks up where she left off in Part 1, with her taking over programming duties at GFE 10 years ago. She dives into the story of how GFE was founded more than 30 years ago amid a historic drought in California. The intent was always to create a teaching space, something that distinguishes GFE from other gardens around The Cit…
 
President Joe Biden began his presidency wanting “stable and predictable” relations with Russia. As war in Ukraine rages on, Anne McElvoy asks Senator Bob Menendez how it will test US foreign policy. The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee discusses the potency of sanctions and measures anti-Nato sentiment in Congress. Plus, how shou…
 
Maggie Marks has deep roots in San Francisco, and that's not a gardening pun. In this episode, Maggie, who today is the director of Garden for the Environment (GFE) in the Inner Sunset, traces her family's history in The City. Her mom's side goes back at least two generations here; and her dad's side includes the family that owns Guerra Quality Mea…
 
Go here to get our special offer on ELSA Speak. Learn to speak English like a native speaker. Get corrected immediately on your phone. Use the ELSA Speak app. Options: 40% off 1-year membership 85% off lifetime membership Go here to get ELSA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Host Anne McElvoy asks the prime minister of Lithuania if today’s Russia threatens the Baltic states – and how does she assess the strengths and weaknesses of Nato’s defence? Her country took the step to ban Russian gas, but will the rest of the European Union follow suit? Plus, why does she think it’s “delusional” to assume diplomacy works with Vl…
 
In this podcast, Vandor picks up where he left off in Part 1. He traces his family history back to his grandfather, who moved from Mobile, Alabama, to San Francisco around the time of the Second Migration and met his wife (Vandor's grandma) here in The City. She was born and raised here; he was a quiet, strong man who learned how to dress from his …
 
There's a dude in the Mission who makes vegan donuts and break-dances. In this episode, we meet Vandor Hill. Vandor was born and raised in The City. He recently turned 40. He shares the story of how he came to love baking. It starts in the predominantly female house he grew up in. Surrounded by his grandma and aunt, Vandor says a lot of his baking …
 
Go here to subscribe to episode transcripts Today you'll learn the most native and natural way to say hello to coworkers in English. You'll also get an invitation to our upcoming live webclass so you can learn when to be informal and formal at work! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week’s podcast mentor is Brenden Mulligan, founder of Podpage. Brenden’s entrepreneurial spirit is highly inspirational, and his product, Podpage, is useful for any podcaster looking for a comprehensive website builder.Brenden has built technology startups focused on creators for years, and he knows what podcasters (and their listeners) are lo…
 
At his headquarters in Kyiv, Ukraine’s president tells Zanny Minton Beddoes, The Economist’s editor-in-chief, and Russia editor Arkady Ostrovsky why his country must defeat Vladimir Putin. He explains how people power is the secret to Ukrainian resistance and urges international partners to send in more military equipment. Plus, what does a Ukraini…
 
In this podcast, Mason picks up where they left off in Part 1. We continue our conversation about Mason's background as a photographer. In 2010, they were, as they say, dating someone out of their league. They were celebrating New Years at a joint in South of Market and needed to pee. Naturally, they went outside. When it was their partner's turn, …
 
Subscribe to the transcripts Melanie Parish is a business consultant who has worked with Fortune 50 companies and startups to improve leadership in their companies. Today Melanie will show you 3 ways to become an experimental leader at work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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