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The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 20. Netherlands Travel Guide (Covers Redlight Districts & Drug Coffeehouses) By Tony Kelbrat
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Most people in Holland speak English. The term Holland refers to all but one province while the term Netherlands refers to the entire country. The weather is generally cloudy. You can either buy a... More > map or get one free at either the tourist office or in the local phonebook. Buy a copy of the magazine What's On in Amsterdam for entertainment information. Get the free monthly guide Day to Day at either the tourist office (VVV) or at: Amsterdam Uit Buro Leideseplein 26 0900-01-91 There are too many cars in Amsterdam, parking is expensive and tickets for illegal parking are expensive too. Most canals have streets beside them with the same name. On April 30, the Queen's Birthday, Amsterdam becomes a big flea market/ yard sale. Very few people wear safety helmets on bikes but cops ticket bikers who break traffic laws. Books about Amsterdam are at #914.9235 at the library.< Less
HAWELKA By Mohamed Yousif
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Several characteristic café have survived; of these the most legendary is the Café Hawelka ("Künstlerkaffeehaus Hawelka"), in Vienna, Austria. Founded on the... More > Dorotheergasse in 1939, Café Hawelka became – after the war – the favourite haunt of the angry young men of the Fantastic Realist school of Viennese painting. Through the years, the place was visited by many celebrities of wide spectrum of art, writers, singers, song writers, painters and free thinkers. Prominent and distinguished people from overseas like Arthur Miller‎, Andy Warhol‎, the conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt‎ and Omer Alsharief‎, to name few, who came to swap ideas, drink Viennese coffee and indulge themselves with a plate of Josefine’s famous Buchteln, a type of Bohemian dumpling served with plum jam.< Less
EAST OF THE HOLYLAND By Bob Lind
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From acclaimed singer/songwriter Bob Lind, a powerful novel of an artist's struggle to find his own unique voice. Summer, 1964. Denver folksinger Jory Durham is watching his world fall apart. His... More > drinking is getting worse. He's dead broke. His best friend is leaving town. His relationship with his girlfriend is hanging by a thin thread. And a deranged fan is worming his way into Jory's life. But worst of all, the great folkmusic fad that filled the coffeehouses night after night is on the decline. To Jory, acoustic music was never a trend - it's what he lives for. It's taken him two years to work himself into the local folk-club circuit. Now these clubs are folding. But he may have a chance at redemption: A benefit concert to save The PSYCHE coffeehouse where he got his start. If he and his fellow musicians can just get the club back on its feet, folk music in the Mile-High City might thrive again. And maybe - just maybe - Jory will be able to continue to live his passion. The Music!< Less
EAST OF THE HOLYLAND By Bob Lind
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From acclaimed singer/songwriter Bob Lind, a powerful novel of an artist's struggle to find his own unique voice. Summer, 1964. Denver folksinger Jory Durham is watching his world fall apart. His... More > drinking is getting worse. He's dead broke. His best friend is leaving town. His relationship with his girlfriend is hanging by a thin thread. And a deranged fan is worming his way into Jory's life. But worst of all, the great folkmusic fad that filled the coffeehouses night after night is on the decline. To Jory, acoustic music was never a trend - it's what he lives for. It's taken him two years to work himself into the local folk-club circuit. Now these clubs are folding. But he may have a chance at redemption: A benefit concert to save The PSYCHE coffeehouse where he got his start. If he and his fellow musicians can just get the club back on its feet, folk music in the Mile-High City might thrive again. And maybe - just maybe - Jory will be able to continue to live his passion. The Music!< Less
Foot High Flames By Luis Costa Jr.
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Foot High Flames finds its way to the depths of its reader’s deepest emotional realm. It sheds light on difficult and hard to explain emotional experiences that many are at odds with for words.... More > As people we all experience events of loss, fear, anxiety and sometimes the reasons are irrational and unable to reach the surface of our being. Luis Costa Jr. a poet, a writer, and aspiring actor has articulated these poems as a way for people to learn to face a reality of love, anxiety, fear and despair.< Less
Barista Manual 1.0 By Gimme! Coffee
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Get FREE previews and more purchasing options at gimmecoffee.com Barista Manual 1.0 organizes the intro knowledge and techniques behind paradigm-shifting coffee drinks. It's the core of the Gimme!... More > Coffee training program and the key to turning customers into fanatics. 120+ pages, clean professional layout; 60 images, 28 color photos; original diagrams and illustrations; forms for cupping, training, and more; checklists for prep and maintenance. Hundreds of topics including... How to brew the perfect cup; beginner’s guide to equipment repair and maintenance; pursuit of the perfect espresso shot; achieving silky microfoamed milk; barista philosophy and the “Third Place”; the science and craft of latte art; coffee from seed to green; harnessing the power of sensory evaluation.< Less
Demon Coffee By Alexander Roussel
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Alexander Roussel brings his first fully-illustrated book - written and drawn over a weekend in October 2015 in a Louisiana coffeehouse.
Pots, Pans and Poetry By Patti Lucia
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Out of a little coffeehouse in a seaside town, owner and cook Patti Lucia shares recipes for signature dishes and her insights about cooking with love, sprinkled with sweet little poems.
Liberal Pilgrims By Dan Harper
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A history of Unitarians, Universalists, and other religious liberals in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Essays on Rev. William Jackson, Mary Rotch, Rev. John Murray Spear, Project Footstool, Tryworks... More > Coffeehouse, and more. (Sold at cost.)< Less
Liberal Pilgrims By Dan Harper
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A history of Unitarians, Universalists, and other religious liberals in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Essays on Rev. William Jackson, Mary Rotch, Rev. John Murray Spear, Project Footstool, Tryworks... More > Coffeehouse, and more. (Sold at cost.)< Less