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Melba and Carol met at a meeting of the East County Writers in 2005, and a close friendship developed over the years. Both women were adventurous, despite their age and health problems, and thought nothing of taking off across the country on a road trip to see the sights. Their only worry was whether they’d still be friends at the end of the journey. This story is the result of that trip.

Nina Petrelle, disastrous waitress to overprivileged island holidaymakers, has been fired by her high-handed new boss Gabe Steele— aka the hot sexy stranger she spent the best night of her life with! Gabe can't say no to Nina's endless sun-kissed legs and her smart mouth, which he's just craving to keep busy! But despite the sun, sand and scorching-hot nights, his head is definite—it's only a temporary fling. Isn't it?

Nothing defines a person like their hairstyle – and what a century it has been for hair! Bangs, bobs, buns, beehives and bouffants have vied with pixie cuts, pin curls, perms and pageboys for ascendancy in an ever-changing parade of ladies' looks and trends, and amongst the men we've seen caesers, comb overs, ducktails, faux hawks, flattops, quiffs and slick backs. From the Edwardian era through the seismic changes of the 1920s and '60s, and including every quirky twist hair history took on its way to the turn of the millennium, this book is a lush visual survey of a hundred years of hairstyles.

453 illustrations provide authentic record of over 1,300 years of changing hairstyles and headwear in England: everything from wimples and crespines worn in Anglo-Saxon times to early-Victorian bonnets and pillboxes.

Ranging from the earliest days of the cinema to the present, The Hidden Foundation reestablishes class as a fundamental aspect of film history. Featuring prominent film scholars and historians acting to inaugurate a new type of film studies, this volume is unique in its international scope, diversity of perspectives and methodologies, and the cultural, political, and historical sweep of its analysis.

The stereotypes of waitresses are broken down in an entertaining study that is part oral history and part journalism, revealing American waitresses through intimate, illuminating, and humorous behind-the-scenes stories about serving. Reprint.

A thrilling story by the legendary Diana Wynne Jones—with an introduction by Ursula K. Le Guin. London, 1939. Vivian Smith thinks she is being evacuated to the countryside, because of the war. But she is being kidnapped - out of her own time. Her kidnappers are Jonathan and Sam, two boys her own age, from a place called Time City, designed especially to oversee history. But now history is going critical, and Jonathan and Sam are convinced that Time City's impending doom can only be averted by a twentieth-century girl named Vivian Smith. Too bad they have the wrong girl. . . . From the Trade Paperback edition.

Provocative, moving, powerful, explicit, strong, unapologetic. These are a few words that have been used to describe the groundbreaking Brooklyn-based dance troupe Urban Bush Women. Their unique aesthetic borrows from classical and contemporary dance techniques and theater characterization exercises, incorporates breath and vocalization, and employs space and movement to instill their performances with emotion and purpose. Urban Bush Women concerts are also deeply rooted in community activism, using socially conscious performances in places around the country—from the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Center, and the Joyce, to community centers and school auditoriums—to inspire audience members to engage in neighborhood change and challenge stereotypes of gender, race, and class. Nadine George-Graves presents a comprehensive history of Urban Bush Women since their founding in 1984. She analyzes their complex work, drawing on interviews with current and former dancers and her own observation of and participation in Urban Bush Women rehearsals. This illustrated book captures the grace and power of the dancers in motion and provides an absorbing look at an innovative company that continues to raise the bar for socially conscious dance.

First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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