In his portrait of Martha Graham, who was the center of his dancing world, Hodes recounts conversations, revelations, bouts of temper and creativity, the daily ritual of deeply physical dancing, and the never-ending search for artistic validity. Direct, often humorous, and always authentic, Hodes shares his delight in dance as both hard work and a fantastic adventure.
This incredible cookbook, filled with hundreds of recipes that were used by people of all nationalities during the American Era, represents the merging of all those cultures. It aims to preserve the unique cultural and historical heritage of those dedicated men and women who labored to make the Canal truly one of the World’s greatest accomplishments.
This in-depth examination of one of the most controversial episodes in U.S.-Cuba relations sheds new light on the program that airlifted 14,000 unaccompanied children to the United States in the wake of the Cuban Revolution. Operation Pedro Pan is often remembered within the U.S. as an urgent “rescue” mission, but Deborah Shnookal points out that a multitude of complex factors drove the exodus, including Cold War propaganda and the Catholic Church’s opposition to the island’s new government.
Edited by Maurice J. O'Sullivan and Steve Glassman
Pub Date: 10/18/2000
This collection of Florida short stories and novellas from the masters of murder mystery is perfect for connoisseurs of crime fiction. Includes works from such notable authors as John D. MacDonald, Stephen Ransome, and Mary Roberts Rinehart. Also
Two renowned horticulturists provide invaluable tips to help identify, cultivate, and care for 200+ species in this entertaining, easy-to-use guide. 64 color photos, 296 b&w illustrations, glossary, index.