Download E-books Canine Colorado: Where to Go and What to Do with Your Dog PDF

By Cindy Hirschfeld

"Two paws up!"—The day-by-day Oklahoman

This best-selling consultant, now revised and up-to-date, covers dog-friendly trails, actions, and lodgings all through Colorado. either citizens and viewers will savor the exact info on dog-oriented tours, leash legislation and path etiquette, doggie daycare companies, vet details, and distinctiveness puppy boutiques.

Cindy Hirschfeld is a contract author and editor, focusing on open air actions and shuttle, for guides together with Skiing Magazine, Backcountry Magazine, and The Denver Post. She and her golden retriever, Clover, stay in Aspen, Colorado, the place they hike, run, motorcycle, ski, and climb together.

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Download E-books Suzy Gershman's Born to Shop San Francisco: The Ultimate Guide for Travelers Who Love to Shop PDF

By Suzy Gershman

"Gershman may be the easiest advisor for amateur and professional consumers alike." —The Washington Post

for almost 20 years, Suzy Gershman has been top savvy consumers to the world's top reveals. Now in a brand-new variation, Born to Shop San Francisco brings you whole assurance of the city's buying scene, for viewers and Bay zone citizens alike. within you ll locate:

  • Insider tips about revenues, warehouses, retailers and more;
  • The lowdown on offers and the rip-offs at touristy Pier 39;
  • In-depth insurance of such hidden, funky procuring districts as Valencia highway (home to classic shops & Mexican folks paintings shops), top furnish road (unique clothes shops that includes neighborhood designers), and Chestnut highway (one-of-a-kind present shops and classy cafés.);
  • Everything you want to learn about the easiest of Napa Valley's wine—and the best way to send it domestic with out breaking the financial institution.

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Download E-books The Hollywood I Knew: A Memoir: 1916-1988 (The Scarecrow Filmmakers Series) PDF

By Herbert Coleman

Not anyone is aware Hollywood higher than the lads and ladies backstage, the administrators and manufacturers who flip traditional humans into heroes of the large reveal through the lighting, digital camera, and motion of all of it. Who greater to inform part of Hollywood's enduring story than Herbert Coleman, a script manager, moment unit director, director, and manufacturer, who used to be lively in Hollywood from 1926 via 1988. His memoir, starting within the 12 months 1916, presents vibrant pix of the various celebrated motion picture notables that he labored with corresponding to Gary Cooper, Bing Crosby, Cecil B. DeMille, Alan Ladd, Steve McQueen, Erich von Stroheim, and Billy Wilder. He recounts the making of recognized productions like Carrie, Five Graves to Cairo, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and Roman Holiday. particularly, he discusses for the 1st time his lengthy operating courting with Alfred Hitchcock, supplying clean insights into the making of Rear Window, The hassle with Harry, Vertigo, North by way of Northwest and others. He additionally recounts many tales approximately Hollywood—stories that may were misplaced have been it no longer for this book.

Not just a historic list of numerous vital and dynamic classes in Hollywood, this autobiography unearths new information regarding Hitchcock and different mythical motion picture stars. For movie scholars and movie buffs, humans attracted to Hollywood, and Hitchcock fans.

Illustrated with photographs.

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Download E-books The Postwar Struggle for Civil Rights: African Americans in San Francisco, 1945-1975 (Studies in African American History and Culture) PDF

By Paul T. Miller

The struggle industries linked to global warfare II introduced remarkable employment possibilities for African american citizens in San Francisco, a urban whose African American inhabitants grew through over 650% among 1940 and 1945. With this inhabitants raise got here a rise in racial discrimination directed at African american citizens, basically within the employment and housing sectors. In San Francisco, so much African americans have been successfully barred from renting or paying for houses in all yet a number of neighborhoods and, with the exception of the well-educated and fortunate, employment possibilities have been open in near-entry degrees for white-collar positions or in unskilled and semi-skilled blue-collar positions. As San Francisco's African American inhabitants improved, civil rights teams shaped coalitions to wood and protest, thereby successfully increasing task possibilities and starting the housing marketplace for African American San Franciscans. This booklet describes and explains many of the hindrances and triumphs confronted and completed in components resembling housing, employment, schooling and civil rights. It reaches throughout disciplines from African American stories and background into city experiences and sociology.

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