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A dishy, behind-the-scenes showbiz memoir, My Name Is Love is also the inspiring story of a woman who refused to give up.
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A folk music icon discusses the height of her career in the 60s, her alcoholism, her love affair with Stephen Stills and her friendships with Joan Baez, David Crosby, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and others.
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THE STORY: Sister Elizabeth Donderstock is Squeamish, has been her whole life.
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This beautiful definitive book--a follow-up to Tony Bennett: In the Studio (2007), which focused on Tony's artwork--explores the themes, influences, and inspirations that inform his music and creative life.
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With brutal honesty and his trademark take-no-prisoners humor, Tracy tells the story of his rise to fame, with all its highs and its many lows–from the very public battles with alcohol and diabetes that threatened both his career and his ...
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But in I'm Not High, we meet a whole new Jim Breuer: the Jim who tours the country with his whole family in tow; the Jim who cares for his ailing eighty-five-year-old father; the Jim who considers himself a deeply spiritual person.
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Whether you’re a connoisseur or a novice, already love wine or want to know it better, How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto is the book for you.
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Presents experiences of the author and his crew, who investigate claims of paranormal phenomena in exotic locales throughout the world.
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Marco loves the food, parades, and fun of Cinco de Mayo.
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In an important contribution to African American film and performance history, Stephanie Batiste looks back at African American stage and screen productions of the 1930s.