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Under City Lights


Under City Lights


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Author : SPEAK
language : en
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Release Date : 2015-10-06



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Under City Lights By Speak Unleashing a compilation of uncanny vignettes, Speak enforces his raconteur knack to capture a canvas of twenty-one gritty street-tales. Under City Lights features significant characters in elaborate complex situations, and blatant behavior. Follow Speak through his depiction of series as haywire fluctuates 32nd Ave, where Herb and Aunt Rita are both ready for war against a couple of henchmen, but only one man comes out on top in this story: Reeka’s ecstasy profile and soliciting price grasped Sam’s attention through Backpage, but the outcome with this call-girl just may be the last on his behalf: After eight long years, Chevy has an appetite for revenge immediately after being freed from prison. Red is only one of three vengeances on Chevy’s quest, his heart is cold and he won’t stop until he conquers all: They say snitches catch stitches, but all Darnel caught was a severe case of wrong place, wrong time scenario with Rawlo. To conclude it all, his run-in with Detective Kelly falls fate to a loathing confession, which may cause him his life. Speak even places himself in fictional storylines, elaborating reminisces of what it’s like to be the getaway driver of a homicide crime, life learnings from his bottle-tilting Uncle, and how influentially adventurous his Stepfather can be.

Hollywood City Lights


Hollywood City Lights


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Author : Melvin Yoshio Tanouye
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2014-01-06



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Jonathon Tanner, only fifteen, is so desperate he decides to run away and boards a bus in Phoenix, Arizona bound for Hollywood, California, in search of his father. Hes running to escape the violence and abuse in his mother, Cheryls home. But the outside world isnt any safer than his home. Hes targeted by a sexual predator on the bus. He narrowly escapes, only to become the victim of bullying thugs who take his wallet with his fathers Hollywood address and telephone number inside. Now alone and broke, he accepts a ride to Hollywood from Marvin, an older man who wants to help him. He lies to Marvin about where hes going and tells him to let him out by Graumans Chinese Theater. Now alone on the streets of a strange city, Jonathon hooks up with the raw underbelly of Hollywood street life when he meets another runaway, Brandy, and her crowd. You, the reader will ache for these youngsters who are trying to survive by any means they can.

Under The Affluence


Under The Affluence


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Author : Tim Wise
language : en
Publisher: City Lights Publishers
Release Date : 2015-09-21



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A scalding indictment of how the wealthy influence the national economy, politics, and media to disadvantage those less fortunate.

City Lights


City Lights


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Author : Dan Barry
language : en
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Release Date : 2009-03-31



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With a poet's clear eye and a journalist's curiosity about how a city works, Dan Barry shows us New York as no other writer has seen it. Evocative, intimate, piercing, and often funny, the essays in City Lights capture everyday life in the city at its most ordinary and extraordinary. Wandering the city as a columnist for The New York Times, Barry visits the denizens of the Fulton Fish Market on the eve of its closing; journeys with an obsessed guide through the secret underground of abandoned subway stops, tunnels, and aqueducts; touches down in bars, hospitals, churches, diners, pools, zoos, memorabilia-stuffed apartments, at births and funerals, the places where people gather, are welcomed, or depart; talks to the ex-athlete who caught the falling baby, the performance artist who works as a mermaid, the octogenarian dancers who find quiet joy in their partnership, and the guy who waves flags over the Cross-Bronx Expressway to wish drivers safe passage. Along the way, Barry offers glimpses of New York's distant and recent past. He explains why the dust-coated wishbones hanging above the bar at McSorley's Old Ale House belong to the doughboy ghosts of World War I. He recalls a century of grandeur at the Plaza Hotel through the tales of longtime doormen who will soon be out of a job. He finds that an old man's quiet death opens back into a past that the man had spent his life denying. And, from the vantage of the Circle Line cruise around Manhattan, he joins tourists as they try to make sense of still-smoldering ruins in Lower Manhattan three weeks after September 11, 2001. Each story in City Lights illuminates New York, as it was and as it is: always changing, always losing and renewing parts of itself, every street corner an opportunity for surprise and revelation.

The Act


The Act


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Author : George Furth
language : en
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
Release Date : 1987-01-01



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Six By Ten


Six By Ten


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Author : Mateo Hoke
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2018-10-02



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A collection of intimate portraits told directly by people whose lives have been devastated by solitary confinement in America.

Everything You Love Will Burn


Everything You Love Will Burn


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Author : Vegas Tenold
language : en
Publisher: Bold Type Books
Release Date : 2018-02-20



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The dark story of the shocking resurgence of white supremacist and nationalist groups, and their path to political power Six years ago, Vegas Tenold embedded himself among the members of three of America's most ideologically extreme white nationalist groups-the KKK, the National Socialist Movement, and the Traditionalist Workers Party. At the time, these groups were part of a disorganized counterculture that felt far from the mainstream. But since then, all that has changed. Racially-motivated violence has been on open display at rallies in Charlottesville, Berkeley, Pikesville, Phoenix, and Boston. Membership in white nationalist organizations is rising, and national politicians, including the president, are validating their perceived grievances. Everything You Love Will Burn offers a terrifying, sobering inside look at these newly empowered movements, from their conventions to backroom meetings with Republican operatives. Tenold introduces us to neo-Nazis in Brooklyn; a millennial Klanswoman in Tennessee; and a rising star in the movement, nicknamed the "Little Führer" by the Southern Poverty Law Center, who understands political power and is organizing a grand coalition of far-right groups to bring them into the mainstream. Everything You Love Will Burn takes readers to the dark, paranoid underbelly of America, a world in which the white race is under threat and the enemy is everywhere.