The Third Coast

The Third Coast Author Thomas L. Dyja
ISBN-10 9781101605486
Release 2013-04-18
Pages 544
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A critically acclaimed history of Chicago at mid-century, featuring many of the incredible personalities that shaped American culture Before air travel overtook trains, nearly every coast-to-coast journey included a stop in Chicago, and this flow of people and commodities made it the crucible for American culture and innovation. In luminous prose, Chicago native Thomas Dyja re-creates the story of the city in its postwar prime and explains its profound impact on modern America—from Chess Records to Playboy, McDonald’s to the University of Chicago. Populated with an incredible cast of characters, including Mahalia Jackson, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Chuck Berry, Sun Ra, Simone de Beauvoir, Nelson Algren, Gwendolyn Brooks, Studs Turkel, and Mayor Richard J. Daley, The Third Coast recalls the prominence of the Windy City in all its grandeur.



The Third Coast

The Third Coast Author Ted McClelland
ISBN-10 9781569765050
Release 2008-02-01
Pages 352
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Chronicling the author's 10,000-mile "Great Lakes Circle Tour," this travel memoir seeks to answer a burning question: "Is there a Great Lakes culture, and if so, what is it?" Largely associated with the Midwest, the Great Lakes region actually has a culture that transcends the border between the United States and Canada. United by a love of encased meats, hockey, beer, snowmobiling, deer hunting, and classic-rock power ballads, the folks in Detroit have more in common with citizens in Windsor, Ontario, than those in Wichita, Kansas--while Toronto residents have more in common with Chicagoans than Montreal's population. Much more than a typical armchair travel book, this humorous cultural exploration is filled with quirky people and unusual places that prove the obscure is far more interesting than the well known.



New Poems from the Third Coast

New Poems from the Third Coast Author Michael Delp
ISBN-10 0814327974
Release 2000
Pages 365
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In 1976, Wayne State University Press published The Third Coast: Contemporary Michigan Poetry, an anthology that offered a sampling of the best poetry written by Michigan writers. A second Third Coast anthology was published in 1988 with many new poets and a wider range of styles. New Poems from the Third Coast continues that tradition with fifty-six writers from across the state sharing their poetic glimpses of trout streams, schoolrooms, and restaurants, as well as portraits of friends, families, lovers, and life in Michigan. Although this collection is only a sampling of the rich literary culture alive in Michigan, New Poems from the Third Coast is a lively, and carefully-crafted collection of poems from a variety of Michigan voices. Michael Delp, Conrad Hilberry, and Josie Kearns have balanced the old and the new and combined them in a strong contribution to contemporary poetry.



The Third Coast Contemporary Michigan Fiction

The Third Coast  Contemporary Michigan Fiction Author James Tipton
ISBN-10 0814316948
Release 1982
Pages 335
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The Third coast

The Third coast Author Conrad Hilberry
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3475142
Release 1976
Pages 296
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Contemporary Michigan Poetry

Contemporary Michigan Poetry Author Michael Delp
ISBN-10 0814319246
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 359
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As David Wagoner wrote in the earlier volume, The Third Coast, "A Michigan poet may be undistinguishable from an Illinois poet or an Arizona poet (except for subject matter), but the publication of this anthology serves to underline one layer of regional cultural strength, even though these are not 'regional poets:" Over a decade later, Contemporary Michigan Poetry is testimony that Michigan poetry continues to flourish. Preserving the mood and texture of Michigan in the 1980s, this new collection includes the best recent work by the state's most accomplished poets. Among the fifty-three contributors are Charles Baxter, Alice Fulton, Jim Harrison, Janet Kaufmann, Josie Kearns, Thomas Lynch, John R. Reed, and Stephen Tudor. Each of the editors is also a contributor to this sampling of poems. Styles range from understated to extravagant, from closely observed to freely imagined. Poems are as varied as the Michigan landscape. Remarkable in its scope and quality, Contemporary Michigan Poetry offers an arresting look at Michigan life and a special glimpse at the preoccupations that possess residents on the Third Coast.



Mythic Galveston

Mythic Galveston Author Susan Wiley Hardwick
ISBN-10 0801868874
Release 2002
Pages 175
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Despite its appeal as a natural harbor, Galveston, Texas, is located on a small Gulf Coast barrier island that makes it ill-suited for dense urban development. Early American and European settlers envisioned Galveston harbor as a place with tremendous economic potential, appropriate for urban expansion. In Mythic Galveston: Reinventing America's Third Coast, Susan Wiley Hardwick examines Galveston's rapid rise and the myth created by immigrants and boosters to promote the vision of an abundant island with a highly temperate, even tropical, climate, ideal for settlement. Hardwick's historical analysis focuses on immigrant settlement patterns and the important contributions to Galveston's evolving sense of place made by diverse ethnic and racial groups. As the Ellis Island of the Third Coast, Galveston served as a major gateway for immigrants heading for the Great Plains, the West, and other parts of North America during the latter part of the nineteenth century and into the early part of the twentieth century. Galveston's reputation as an ethnically diverse and cosmopolitan city fostered a myth of racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic harmony. Although such harmony was largely illusory, Hardwick argues that Galveston was a truly global city from the earliest days of settlement, giving it a social ambience distinct from that of the mainland. Mythic Galveston vividly illustrates how a place especially vulnerable to the forces of nature has grown into a culturally vibrant city within America's Third Coast.



Windy City Queer

Windy City Queer Author Kathie Bergquist
ISBN-10 9780299284039
Release 2011-11-05
Pages 246
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The contributions of the Midwest and, specifically, Chicago to LGBTQ literature have been invaluable yet largely uncelebrated over the last century. This anthology charts a map of queer Chicago and showcases its thriving urban arts community, which boasts a unique history, legacy, and sensibility deeply rooted in the urban Midwest. Here is a first-rate collection of queer voices from Chicago’s literary landscape. Celebrated writers Edmund White, Achy Obejas, Sharon Bridgforth, Brian Bouldrey, E. Patrick Johnson, Carol Anshaw, David Trinidad, and Mark Zubro are joined by emerging voices from the queer literary scene. These pieces span all literary genres, from fiction and poetry to memoir and essays, and portray a full gamut of gay Chicago lives from the everyday to the quirky, from public spectacles to quiet intimacies, from family life to nightlife, from dating to marriage, from loving to mourning. The writing that comprises this volume, which seeks to claim a queer space on the literary continuum, is surprising, smart, hilarious, and heart wrenching.



Third Coast

Third Coast Author Roni Sarig
ISBN-10 9780306816475
Release 2007-09-07
Pages 384
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Typically, more than half the top rap songs in the country are the work of Southern artists. In a world still stuck in the East/West coast paradigm of the '90s, Southern hip hop has dominated the genre-and defined the culture-for years. And the South's leading lights, most notably OutKast, Timbaland, and more recently, crunk superstars like the Ying Yang Twins and Lil Jon, have expanded the parameters of hip hop. Third Coast is the first book to deal with Southern hip hop as a matter of cultural history, and the first to explain the character and significance of down South rapping to fans as well as outsiders. It tells the story of recent hip hop, marking how far the music has come sonically and culturally since its well-documented New York-centered early years.



Cookin with Roy s Boys

Cookin  with Roy s Boys Author Rodney Stockstill
ISBN-10 OCLC:605255480
Release 2009
Pages 154
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Third Coast

Third Coast Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105133490313
Release 2006
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Aus Mangel an Beweisen

Aus Mangel an Beweisen Author Scott Turow
ISBN-10 9783641148577
Release 2014-05-29
Pages 528
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Das Buch, das Scott Turow weltberühmt machte. Der Mord an einer Staatsanwältin erschüttert das Gerichtssystem. Ihr Kollege Rusty Sabich ermittelt in diesem undurchsichtigen Fall und wird im Laufe der Untersuchung selbst zum Angeklagten. Eine unheilvolle Verquickung von Politik und Recht – erfolgreich verfilmt mit Harrison Ford in der Hauptrolle.



Third Coast Atlas

Third Coast Atlas Author Daniel Ibanez
ISBN-10 1940291917
Release 2017-09
Pages 352
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Measuring over 10,000 miles, the Great Lakes coastline, known as the "third coast," is longer than the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines of the United States combined. It is difficult to overstate the history and future of the region as both a contested and opportunistic site for urbanism. Envisaged as a comprehensive "atlas," this publication comprises in-depth analysis of the landscapes, hydrology, infrastructure, urban form, and ecologies of the region, delivered through a series of analytical cartographies supported by scholarly and design research from internationally renowned scholars, photographers, and practitioners from the disciplines of architecture, landscape, geography, planning, and ecology. This publication was awarded with a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.



New South Grilling

New South Grilling Author Robert St. John
ISBN-10 1401308376
Release 2008-04-29
Pages 272
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In New South Grilling, Robert St. John brings all the flavor and fun that made his Deep South books such a success--but this time, his recipes are accompanied by beautiful, lush, full-color photos that will have every backyard BBQ fan running to fire up the grill. New South Grilling pairs flawless technique and easy-to-follow instructions with witty, flavorful food combinations. From fun party food to luscious burgers to elegant seafood to the perfect cocktails to wash it all down, it offers everything home cooks need to dazzle friends and family all summer long. Including such luscious recipes as Grilled Oysters RockefellerDr Pepper-Glazed HamKey Lime Grilled Shrimp with Pecan-spiked RiceZydeco ChickenAndouille-Stuffed Prime RibGinger Soy SalmonGrilled Peach Shortcake with Peach Ice CreamGold Margaritas with CointreauSeersucker cocktailsNot-Your-Grandmother's Mint Julep And with Robert's own guaranteed no-stick marinades that make grilling even seafood a breeze, this incredible cookbook will transform your grilling and your everyday cooking, year-round.



Terra Incognita

Terra Incognita Author Richard Sexton
ISBN-10 0811858545
Release 2007-08-09
Pages 128
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Evocative black-and-white images capture the unique interrelationship between human culture and the natural world in photographs of America's Gulf Coast region, offfering an illuminating study of the marshes, forests, bayous, and seascapes from the Mississippi River to the Florida Panhandle.



The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105064180594
Release 1976
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The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.



Third Coast Review

Third Coast Review Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X001336725
Release 1987
Pages 72
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