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The Streetwise Cycle is a series of nine interconnected stories about people living unexpectedly interconnected lives on the streets of Los Angeles. It's a view of the city, as seen by the people who sleep on its streets. There are nine stories in all, each of them exactly 999 words long. The podcast is available in three episodes, each containing three stories. To read the stories or see a map of where they take place, visit StreetwiseCycle.com. Author Cheryl Klein calls The Streetwise Cycl ...
 
Welcome to 'Us and U - Bible Time', hosted by Dapo and Abbie. We’d like to invite you along on our journey to having a clearer understanding of That Great Big Book called The Bible! We'll be working our way through a chosen book, covering a section each episode. Together, we'll read and then discuss what's happening - no filters, no questions off the table! There's so much to be learnt from those wise words inside that age-old Book, so join us! To view the vodcast version of our episodes, vi ...
 
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The Hebrew word להצליח means to succeed, but there’s much more to it than just that. In past tense, we use הצליח to compliment a baker on their delicious cake, the owner of a well-behaved dog and even a parent whose child is an absolute sweetheart. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Lehatsliach – To succeed in do…
 
Nothing pairs better with a hot and humid Israeli summer than מזגן, air conditioning. So what should we say to the taxi driver who's got all the windows rolled down? And why did the air temperature in our trains make such big national headlines? Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Mazgan – Air conditioning – מזגן …
 
It’s so hot in Tel Aviv, you cannot believe it. Ham! But if you want to say, “I am hot”, don’t translate directly from English to Hebrew. Listen to this episode first. Without your kids. You’ll understand in a minute. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Ham – Hot, angry, horny – חם Haya ham – It was hot – היה חם Y…
 
What does the phrase תן לו להתבשל (‘ten lo lehitbashel’) mean? As Guy will explain, we can use the verb להתבשל, which means to let something cook, not only when speaking about vegetables, but also about… people! Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: “Ke-chol she-tachtechu yoter katan, ze yitbashel yoter maher” – The…
 
The Hebrew word בישול means cooking, but it is also used on the football field and in police investigations. Interesting, right? Bonus: A special Israeli-Berliner way to ask for the bill. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/posts/52521863 New Words and Expressions: Levashel – To cook – לבשל Ha-yom kulanu nidrashim le…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss being awk as all heck, enjoy a reading of Liz Cook's piece on Da'Bomb, jam to The Fey's track "Blind to the Signs", and chat with Kaylie McLaughlin, editor of The Olathe Reporter. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Street…
 
The Hebrew word העברה (ha’avara) means a transfer of something or someone, usually from one place to another. The transfer could involve money, digital files, and even… football players! Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/streetwisehebrew New Words and Expressions: Ha’avara – Transfer, transferring, removing – העברה…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss obsession regression, jam to Liam Kazar's track "Frank Bacon", and chat with Savannah Hawley—the newest edition to The Pitch's editorial team. Our episode this week is brought to you by Worlds of Fun. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Su…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss Shakespeare dog, enjoy a reading of J.M. Banks' piece "Def Do Us Part", jam to The Grisly Hand’s track “Now That You Know”, and chat with Mackenzie Clark about creating The Lawrence Times. Our episode this week is brought to you by Worlds of Fun. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of…
 
The Hebrew word להעביר is a verb we use a lot. It helps us pass our מונית שירות fare to the driver, forward emails to colleagues, transfer money to friends or family, and even nudge our significant other to change the TV channel. Guy explains. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Monit sherut – Shared taxi – מונית …
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss our hidden histories, rock out to Sopchoppy's track "Supernatural Bologna", and enjoy a reading of Emily Cox's Indigenous art piece, "Relatively Speaking". Our episode this week is brought to you by Worlds of Fun. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor-in-chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes o…
 
We pick up from where we last left off with the Hebrew root ע.ב.ר. And in this episode, we focus on verbs from binyan paal. Plus, Guy reveals a special mantra to recite when driving through an intersection, just as your traffic light is about to turn red. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version on Patreon New Words and Expressions: “Hi lo yodaat ma over a…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss trash films, enjoy a reading of Anne Kniggendorf's Morning Glory Farms piece, jam to The Moose’s track “Ultraviolet”, and chat with Steven Tulipana about the future of live music in KC. Our episode this week is brought to you by Worlds of Fun. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of Th…
 
There is a lot of ground to cover with the Hebrew root ע.ב.ר., so we will dedicate the next few episodes to it. This episode is all about its nouns. We talk about the weather, border crossing, chord transitions, allergies, airport transit, and even cover some history about immigrants from the 1950’s. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New …
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss a destination wedding, enjoy a reading of Liz Cook's smash house story, check out Passerine Dream's track "On and On", and chat with Ben Philippe about his new book Sure, I'll Be Your Black Friend. Our episode is brought to you by Worlds of Fun. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of …
 
In episode 26, we get stuck right in to the last section of Luke chapter 17, where Jesus breaks down some key principles for his disciples. He touches on a few different topics, including our role in relationships with others, the power of faith and our attitude towards the task given to believers. So what can we learn from the challenges Jesus’ se…
 
After the terrible tragedy in Har Meron, public calls to find those responsible, האשמים, grow louder. In order to better understand what’s going on in Israeli media, Guy felt it was necessary to cover the word אשמה and its shoresh אשמ. This episode is all about blame, guilt, charges and allegations. Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New W…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss a swift re-entry trajectory, enjoy a reading of Savannah Hawley's history of KC BBQ, check out Chronic Lethargy's track “Take Your Thyme”, and chat with Leslie Case of the Kansas City Public Library. Our episode is brought to you this time around by Worlds of Fun, Alibi Pop-Up Bar, and Authentic KC. St…
 
This episode is all about the location of the stress we place on spoken Hebrew words and names, and what happens when we shift that emphasis around. Guy explains why the way Israelis and Americans say “Mazal Tov” differs so greatly, and how these shifts in stress play out in the spoken language. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version on Patreon New Words…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss baby bunny season trauma, enjoy a reading of Jim Nimmo's local medical pot stories, check out Cuee’s track “Ain't Going Back”, and chat with wunderkind Remy Styrk about his work in filmmaking and composing. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spoti…
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss soccer team names, enjoy a reading of Abby Olcese's "4:20 to Yuma" about stoner films, check out Knife Crime's track "Kids’ Excuses", and chat with Aaron Rhodes about music writing and the physical launch of Shuttlecock Music Magazine. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch.…
 
This is the fourth and final episode dedicated to ק-ד-מ, the root that keeps on giving. How do we say, “right of way,” “unprecedented prices” and the “Pre-Eurovision contest” in Hebrew? Or how about, “I was here before you, lady!”? Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Kadima – Forward, onward – קדימה Zchut kdima – …
 
This week on the Streetwise podcast we celebrate one year of shouting into the void, check out True Lions' track "Carrot Cake", and enjoy a reading of Liz Cook's most recent piece on the post-COVID return of buffets. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsl…
 
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