Spot never seems sleepy--he would much rather stay up late and play with his toys instead of going to bed. Original.
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The latest title in Eric Hill's classic lift-the-flap series follows the fun of Spot's bedtime routine in a way all toddlers will appreciate and enjoy.
Have you have ever been to an exclusive Hollywood or New York night club where the only way you could get in is if your name was on the VIP list? And unless you were on the right list you had to wait in a long line. Then the all powerful promoter walks out and scans the line. This is the original and only book which take you step by step on how to produce and promote your own show.
Looking for Real Life The scrawled graffito on the bathroom wall might be clichéd, but for Claire Wilder, it's a wake-up call. Divorced from her high school sweetheart, she's lost the flavor of life waiting for Andrew to come back. So Claire leaves everything behind and ends up in her father's hometown of Valentine, Oklahoma. Before she knows it, an overnight stay at the Goodnight Motel has turned into weeks, and she's found something she'd almost forgotten existed—a place to call home. Life is sweet again…until the day her ex-husband arrives in town. Now Claire has to figure out whether home is truly where the heart is…and if that's with Andrew or in the sleepy town that helped her remember her dreams.
People go to nightclubs to see and be seen - to view others as aesthetic objects and to present themselves as objects of desire. Rigakos argues that this activity fuses surveillance and aesthetic consumption - it fetishizes bodies and amplifies social capital, producing violence and crises fuelled by alcohol. At closing time, patrons flow out of the insular haze of the nightclub and onto city streets, moving from private spectacle to public nuisance. Bouncers are thus both policing agents in the nighttime economy and the gatekeepers of an urban risk market - a site of circumscribed transgression and consumption that begins at the nightclub door.
Slave Camp Nightclub is a humorous novel about three college students hired off the streets of Boulder, Colorado in the summer of 1976 to work at a rock quarry. Once on the job, they encounter a variety of interesting characters that live and work there during the week and attend the quarry nightclub each night. The guys have full lives back at their vegetarian hippie household and are hesitant to give that up. However, when they fi nally take the plunge, they experience the magic of the nightclub and try to fi gure out what is real and what is imagined.
Buck Wickham was just eighteen years old when he started working for the U.S. Forest Service in 1971. The world was a different place then, and times have definitely changed. In Spot Fires and Slop-Overs, he narrates the story of his career as a forest firefighter—from his beginnings chasing lightning fires on the Mogollon Rim of Northern Arizona through his participation on incident management teams fighting fires across the United States. Offering a candid look at Wickham’s specialized work, Spot Fires and Slop-Overs presents an engaging and fascinating memoir of one man’s time serving in the U.S. Forest Service. He presents insight into the nuts and bolts of his job throughout his tenure, and he reflects on how things are changing in the forests and in the bureaucracy of forest management. He tells about the friendships and antics he’s experienced and also shares compelling stories of what it was like to be on the ground in the nation’s forests.
Guiding readers on a journey that introduces them to Russian and Australian belly dancers on Nile cruise ships, Saudi girls looking for a slighly less restrictive dating scene, and other stories, this book uses the lens of travel and tourism to depict a surprising version of Egypt, while exploring the concept of stereotypes.
In the Roaring Twenties, New York City nightclubs and speakeasies became hot spots where traditions were flouted and modernity was forged. With powerful patrons in Tammany Hall and a growing customer base, nightclubs flourished in spite of the efforts of civic-minded reformers and federal Prohibition enforcement. This encounter between clubs and government-generated scandals, reform crusades, and regulations helped to redefine the image and reality of urban life in the United States. Ultimately, it took the Great Depression to cool Manhattan's Jazz Age nightclubs, forcing them to adapt and relocate, but not before they left their mark on the future of American leisure. Nightclub City explores the cultural significance of New York City's nightlife between the wars, from Texas Guinan's notorious 300 Club to Billy Rose's nostalgic Diamond Horseshoe. Whether in Harlem, Midtown, or Greenwich Village, raucous nightclub activity tested early twentieth-century social boundaries. Anglo-Saxon novelty seekers, Eastern European impresarios, and African American performers crossed ethnic lines while provocative comediennes and scantily clad chorus dancers challenged and reshaped notions of femininity. These havens of liberated sexuality, as well as prostitution and illicit liquor consumption, allowed their denizens to explore their fantasies and fears of change. The reactions of cultural critics, federal investigators, and reformers such as Fiorello La Guardia exemplify the tension between leisure and order. Peretti's research delves into the symbiotic relationships among urban politicians, social reformers, and the business of vice. Illustrated with archival photographs of the clubs and the characters who frequented them, Nightclub City is a dark and dazzling study of New York's bygone nightlife.
My girlfriend of two years actually ran away with someone else! He wanted to be a security guard in a bar, but the first time, he was cheated for 2 million! You even said you were going to kill me? Alright! If you don't kill me, one day, I, Ye Feng, will definitely kill you! Never would I have thought that from then on, I would sink deeper and deeper into the abyss!
Meet the memorable characters of a special and secluded place high up in the elm tree for private members only. Enjoy the array of unique and dazzling personalities and learn about what really happens as they commingle at their Copacabana nest during the summer nights underneath the stars. From the chatty spider to the cautious owl to the abstinent praying mantis, discover a secret world and thriving entity that exists right outside your door.
- Author : Robert A. McManus
- Publisher : McManus Inc
- Release Date : 1995
- Genre : Business & Economics
- Pages : 320
- ISBN : 0964720906
The Nightclub, Bar and Restaurant Security Handbook is the most comprehensive publication of its kind. This book is a must for anyone who owns or operates a nightclub, bar, restaurant, hotel, casino, or any venue where alcohol is served.
This memoir traces my father's poignant and terrifying odyssey during World War II. From the deserts of North Africa, to the beachhead of Anzio, through the belly of the European Theater to a German prison camp and liberation by the Russians.
From the acclaimed author of Best Intentions and Waiting to Surface comes a “taut and disturbing” (The New York Times) psychological thriller about a television news anchor whose idyllic life is shattered when her shadowed past comes back to haunt her. Laura Barrett has it all—a supportive husband, a beautiful baby daughter, and a career in television that has made her face familiar to millions. But there’s a shadow over Laura’s happiness. And when a man approaches her after she leaves work and calls her “Marta,” Laura knows that what she’s feared for so long has finally arrived. The postcard with the coffin on it confirms that her idyll is over. Marta was a teenager, growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, when she did something terrible one night in a run-down motel, and she’s been running from it ever since. For twenty years, Laura has been trying to erase Marta from her memory. Now a man from her past is confronting her, demanding answers. At first, Laura thinks she can control the situation. But suddenly, she’s facing every mother’s nightmare: her daughter is kidnapped. To get her baby back, Laura’s going to have to risk her marriage, her career, and her life, and finally face up to what happened that night so long ago. Gripping and suspenseful, The Last Good Night “ratchets up the tension and fully involves the reader in her heroine’s harrowing ordeal” (Publishers Weekly).
Explores welcoming a new baby to the family, including baby's first checkup, changing diapers, feeding, reading to baby, going for walks in the stroller, and singing lullabies.
Prompted by a post card photograph, 'A Quiet Place' is about a principled solitary man ( Spade) on a pre-designated journey to retirement. Subconsciously he knows what is happening, consciously he refuses to accept the harshness of reality; slow reflexes, less alert vision and meandering of thought. This mental struggle causes him to relive, like a hallucination, some portions of his life as he travels along a lonely forest path pursued only by himself and a presence.