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New York, New York By Rob Silverman
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New York City is so unique that it generates its own culture, its own attitude, and its own exclusiveness. These attributes bring with them tons of idiosyncrasies that need to be explored to truly... More > understand what it is like to live, breathe, work, and play here. This book describes every aspect of being in Manhattan: ordering at a deli, the delights of shopping its famous stores, negotiating the subways and buses, walking across its streets, deciding to rent or buy an apartment, hiring nannies, and finding doctors. Rob Silverman discusses what times taxicabs change their shifts and how it affects your ability to get a cab on a rainy night, and debates the desirability of making eye contact in the subway system. New York, New York is an entertaining and invaluable source of information for New Yorkers and visitors alike.< Less
New York, New York By Rob Silverman
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New York City is so unique that it generates its own culture, its own attitude, and its own exclusiveness. These attributes bring with them tons of idiosyncrasies that need to be explored to truly... More > understand what it is like to live, breathe, work, and play here. This book describes every aspect of being in Manhattan: ordering at a deli, the delights of shopping its famous stores, negotiating the subways and buses, walking across its streets, deciding to rent or buy an apartment, hiring nannies, and finding doctors. Rob Silverman discusses what times taxicabs change their shifts and how it affects your ability to get a cab on a rainy night, and debates the desirability of making eye contact in the subway system. New York, New York is an entertaining and invaluable source of information for New Yorkers and visitors alike.< Less
New York Times By Charlene Campbell
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New York Times is a collection and documentation of photographs that captures the movement and sense of the journey through the city in 7 days. The book captures images of the movements and... More > congestion of culture as well as famous landmarks, iconic buildings, and everyday scenes.< Less
New York, New York and New York! By Joy Renkins
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The sentiments behind the words "I love New York" is one you’d certainly feel the moment you step out of the plane and see for yourself what the Big Apple has in store for you. With a... More > population of over eight million people, thousands of high rise buildings dominating the scene and blinking lights all over, sometimes it’s hard not to be overwhelmed when you first set your eyes on the city that never sleeps. Although a lot of people believe that New York is one of those big bad cities with crime rates that would make your heart palpitate in fear, official reports actually claim that New York is one of the safest places to be these days, with crime rates reaching an all-time low since the 1960’s.< Less
New York By Steve Pond
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A selection of photographs taken in New York
I Read It in The New York Times By Historia Oblita
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The book contains articles that have appeared in The New York Times, dating from it’s first editions in 1851 up to 1922. The compilation shows how the history, attitudes, and accepted wisdom of... More > both America, and the publishers of The New York Times during past times, were often greatly in variance with today’s awareness, world views and common beliefs. Included are situations and attitudes, which will, perhaps, shock, amaze and sometimes amuse the sensibilities of today. We believe that exposure to these sometimes forgotten periods of America’s history, and attitudes of other times, will provide both interest and enlightenment for the reader. The article’s presented are an eclectic potpourri, ranging over a wide variety of past events and attitudes.< Less
I Read It in The New York Times By Historia Oblita
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The articles have all appeared in The New York Times, dating from its first editions in 1851 up to 1922. The compilation shows how the history, attitudes and accepted wisdom of both America, and the... More > publishers of The New York Times during past times, were often greatly in variance with today’s awareness, world views and common beliefs. Included are situations and attitudes, which will, perhaps, shock, amaze and sometimes amuse the sensibilities of today. We believe that exposure to these sometimes forgotten periods of America’s history, and attitudes of other times, will provide both interest and enlightenment for the reader. The articles presented are an eclectic potpourri, ranging over a wide variety of past events and attitudes.< Less
New York New York "Where Dreams Are Made " By Raphaela DiCapua
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NEW YORK NEW YORK "Where dreams are made" is a series of Black and White photos taken by Raphaela DiCapua. The images in this book are of Times Square, Greenwich Village, Washington Square,... More > New York Harbor and The Statue of Liberty. This selection of photos were hand picked by the artist to represent the many dynamics of this wonderful city.< Less
Life and Times of CONEY ISLAND New York By Monticello West
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A fabulous piece of research has discovered an 1897 travel booklet covering the legendary Coney Island Amusement Park. Plus two bonus chapters that are full reprints of WikiPedia's articles on Luna... More > Park (Coney Island) and Coney Island. An added bonus this new edition is in large type and very easy to read.< Less
Androids Over New York By Arnold Baruch
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In ANDROIDS OVER NEW YORK, bumbling detective Legion Ayers, emissary of the 26th Century Temporal Corrections Agency, dedicated to preempting great historical disasters (i.e., Celine Dion’s... More > first vocal lesson) arrives in 2094 to deal with Manny Perril and his plot to populate the world with his android creations. Immediately, he encounters alluring Laurie Lucid, who’s discovered Perril’s body (and his saxophone) in her apartment. An action-filled opening sequence reveals Laurie as a deadly lady android and yet, romance ensues. Legion soon enlists the assistance of NYPD detective Feral O'Farrell, whose propensity for illegal substances will cause complications. Can android distribution of botulin into the world’s water supplies be stopped? Can Laurie’s penchant for blowing up people be corrected? And what of the alien Grolnathians? They saved humanity once, can they again? Not to worry – it’s to laugh. Soon to be a major motion picture romcom starring Venus Williams and Bill Gates< Less