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|Author||: Scott Clarke|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Cher-toons, Activity Book....a creative coloring and puzzle book tribute to the universal iconic superstar!
|Author||: Colin Miller,Ray Mock|
|Editor||: The Monacelli Press, LLC|
An immersive photographic tour of the legendary Hotel Chelsea, whose residents share their spaces, their stories, and a delirious collective history of this landmark. Jackson Pollock, Robert Mapplethorpe, Patti Smith, Dylan Thomas, Arthur Miller, Bob Dylan, Arthur C. Clarke, Andy Warhol, William S. Burroughs, Janis Joplin, Eugene O'Neill, Rufus Wainwright, Betsey Johnson, R. Crumb, Thomas Wolfe, Jasper Johns—these are just a few of the figures who at one time occupied one of the most alluring and storied residences ever: the Chelsea Hotel. Born during the Gilded Age and once the tallest building in New York, the twelve-story landmark has long been a magnet for artists, writers, musicians, and cultural provocateurs of all stripes. In this book, photographer Colin Miller and writer Ray Mock intimately portray the enduring bohemian spirit of the Chelsea Hotel through interviews with nearly two dozen current residents and richly detailed photographs of their unique spaces. As documented in Miller's abundant photographs, these apartments project the quirky decorating sensibilities of urban aesthetes who largely work in film, theater, and the visual arts, resulting in deliriously ornamental spaces with a kitschy edge. Weathering the overall homogenization of New York and the rapid transformation of the hotel itself—amid recent ownership changeovers and tenant lawsuits—residents remain in about seventy apartments while the rest of the units are converted to rentals (and revert to a hotel-stay basis, which had ceased in 2011). For the community of artists and intellectuals who remain, the uncertain status of the hotel is just another stage in a roller-coaster history. A fascinating portrait of a strand of resilient bohemian New Yorkers and their creative, deeply idiosyncratic homes, Hotel Chelsea is a rich visual and narrative document of a cultural destination as complicated as it is mythical.
|Author||: Daniel Wheway|
|Editor||: Daniel Wheway|
Rightfully coined the “Goddess of Pop”, Cher has conquered music, film and television during her 50-year showbiz career, selling 100-million records, grossing $650-million on tour, drawing $700-million at the U.S. Box Office and winning Oscar, Grammy, Emmy and Golden Globe Awards. She is one-half of highly-successful duo Sonny & Cher, a multi-million-selling doll, multi-million-selling fitness icon, hit songwriter, enduring sex symbol, award-winning television producer, film director, video director, award-winning fashion icon, author, model, humanitarian, mother, daughter, and of course the idol of a highly diverse fan base. 2017, and more so 2018, have been active and exciting years for Cher — and her fans. With the success of Classic Cher and Edith+Eddie, and the announcements of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, the Here We Go Again Tour and The Cher Show, plus Cher receiving the Billboard Icon Award, it paved the way for updated versions of The Cher Bible, Vol. 1: Essentials and The Cher Bible, Vol. 2: Timeline.
|Author||: Norman I. Badler,Cary B. Phillips,Bonnie Lynn Webber|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press on Demand|
Among the most dramatic elements in high-performance computer graphics has been the incorporation of real-time interactive manipulation and display for human figures. The breadth of that effort, as well as the details of its methodology and software environment, are presented in this volume.
|Editor||: Learning Express Llc|
The critical reading section on standardized tests, especially the SAT 1 exam, is often cited as a trouble section for even the best test-takers. Examinees get test-targeted reading comprehension practice questions to score better with LearningExpress' series, Skill Builder in Focus. This specialized drill book provides the focused practice necessary for test-taking success. Plus, all answers are explained, using terms that clarify context, main ideas, themes, and critical thinking skills for effective studying and positive reinforcement. Almost every standardized test in verbal skills, including civil service exams, contains reading comprehension questions. Each practice consists of several passages followed by questions and answer explanations.
|Author||: Mark Arnold|
In 1958, a down-on-his-luck songwriter with the unlikely name of Ross Bagdasarian (1919-1972), plunged the last of his family's savings on a multi-speed tape recorder and created two beloved and memorable songs: "Witch Doctor" and "The Chipmunk Song". Both were #1 hits and changed the fortunes for his family and for his record label, Liberty Records, which was also on the verge of bankruptcy. Bagdasarian previously had hits with Rosemary Clooney's "Come On-a My House" and with his own "Armen's Theme", released under his pseudonym of David Seville. After "The Chipmunk Song" was a major hit, Bagdasarian parlayed this success into a series of record albums and singles and an animated series called The Alvin Show (1961-1962). This primetime animated series was made by Format Films, an animation studio founded by former UPA studio personnel. Format kept up with UPA's quality with The Alvin Show and other animated series like The Lone Ranger. The complete story is told in this book!
|Author||: Carol Gray|
|Editor||: Future Horizons|
"Comic Strip Conversations are based on the belief that visualization and visual supports, found useful in structuring the learning of students with autism, may also improve their understanding and comprehension of conversation ... the use of a basic set of symbols [and colours] are used in [this book] to illustrate social skills which are abstract and difficult for students with autism to understand."--Page 1
|Author||: Library of Congress. Copyright Office|
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|Author||: Omotayo O. Banjo|
|Editor||: Springer Nature|
This anthology examines how immigrants and their US-born children use media to negotiate their American identity and how audiences engage with mediated narratives about the immigrant experience (cultural adjustments, language use, and the like). Where this work diverges from other collections and monographs is the area is its intentional focus on how both first- and second-generation Americans’ complex identities and hybrid cultures interact with mediated narratives in general, alongside the extent to which these narratives reflect their experience. In a three-part structure, the collection examines representations, “zooms in” to explore the reception of these narratives through autoethnographic essays, and concludes in a section of analysis and critique of specific media.
|Author||: Rexford Brown,Rexford G. Brown|
As a result of his visits to classrooms across the nation, Brown has compiled an engaging, thought-provoking collection of classroom vignettes which show the ways in which national, state, and local school politics translate into changed classroom practices. "Captures the breadth, depth, and urgency of education reform".--Bill Clinton.
|Author||: Todd McGowan|
|Editor||: Northwestern University Press|
Only a Joke Can Save Us presents an innovative and comprehensive theory of comedy. Using a wealth of examples from high and popular culture and with careful attention to the treatment of humor in philosophy, Todd McGowan locates the universal source of comedy in the interplay of the opposing concepts lack and excess. After reviewing the treatment of comedy in the work of philosophers as varied as Aristotle, G. W. F. Hegel, Sigmund Freud, Henri Bergson, and Alenka Zupancic, McGowan, working in a psychoanalytic framework, demonstrates that comedy results from the deployment of lack and excess, whether in contrast, juxtaposition, or interplay. Illustrating the power and flexibility of this framework with analyses of films ranging from Buster Keaton and Marx Brothers classics to Dr. Strangelove and Groundhog Day, McGowan shows how humor can reveal gaps in being and gaps in social order. Scholarly yet lively and readable, Only a Joke Can Save Us is a groundbreaking examination of the enigmatic yet endlessly fascinating experience of humor and comedy.