Chuck Lightfoot takes the reader back to the 1990s to Santa Barbara, California when he and his wife Sylvie moved into their new home next door to Jane Russell.
Author: Chuck Lightfoot
Publisher: BearManor Media
Category: Performing Arts
Chuck Lightfoot takes the reader back to the 1990s to Santa Barbara, California when he and his wife Sylvie moved into their new home next door to Jane Russell. The iconic sex symbol of the golden age of Hollywood and Sylvie became fast friends, as did their spouses. Thus became a whirlwind decade of meeting many, and even befriending some, of their Hollywood friends. This cast of bankable movie stars include Robert Mitchum, Stuart Whitman, Jonathan Winters, Arlene Dahl, June Alyson, Debbie Reynolds, Eva Gabor, Ann Miller, Cyd Chareese, Morgan Freeman, Terry Moore, Richard Widmark, and celebs Andy Granatelli of race car and STP fame and Bob Kane, originator of Batman. The Lightfoots’ experiences with the stars and celebrities expose never-before-told stories of the rich and famous. Hooray for Hollywood!
[They] also were able to form positive interpersonal relationships with
conventional others. ... in “light hustling” told why, at an earlier time in his life, he
had stopped committing crimes entirely: I started living with this woman, you
know, and my.
Author: Neal Shover
Category: Social Science
Persistent thieves,criminals who resume committing crimes of burglary, robbery, vehicle theft, and ordinary theft despite previous attempts to stop,are a main focal point of American criminology and criminal justice. Cast as career criminals," they are also one of the principal targets of the war on crime" that American governments have waged for more than two decades.Building on a theoretical interpretation of crime as choice, crime-control policies and programs justified by notions of deterrence and incapacitation have proliferated. America's urban police departments now have repeat offender units," and many of the new state sentencing codes mandate lengthy sentences for defendants with previous convictions. Great Pretenders is based on the author's original studies and previously published research and on more than fifty autobiographies of persistent thieves. Shover uses a crime-as-choice framework and a life-course perspective to make sense of important decisions and changes in the lives of persistent thieves. He shows how the working-class origins of most persistent thieves produce both low legitimate and low criminal aspirations, even as those origins leave them ill equipped to exploit comparatively safe, lucrative, and newer forms of criminal opportunity.In this book Shover describes how many persistent thieves and hustlers identify with crime and pursue a lifestyle of life as party in which their choices alternately are made in contexts of drug-using hedonism or desperation. Their estimates of the likely payoffs from crime are severely distorted, and most give little thought to possible arrest. As they get older, however, persistent thieves make qualitative changes in the crimes they commit, and many eventually stop committing crimes altogether.The author highlights some unintended consequences of harsh crime control measures and raises critical questions about the one-size-fits-all approach to crime of recent decades.
Over twelve years the outcomes of people living at Soteria, named after the
Greek goddess of safety and salvation, varied. ... One former Soteria resident I
interviewed credits his current life—he is a successful technology salesman with
a wife ...
Author: Susannah Cahalan
Publisher: Canongate Books
'Destined to become a popular and important book' Jon Ronson 'Fascinating' Sunday Times In the early 1970s, Stanford professor Dr Rosenhan conducted an experiment, sending sane patients into psychiatric wards; the result of which was a damning paper about psychiatric practises. The ripple effects of this paper helped bring the field of psychiatry to its knees, closing down institutions and changing mental health diagnosis forever. But what if that ground-breaking and now-famous experiment was itself deeply flawed? And what does that mean for our understanding of mental illness today? These are the questions Susannah Cahalan asks in her completely engrossing investigation into this staggering case, where nothing is quite as it seems.
I glanced over at the pool and saw underwater in the deep end the patio furniture,
table, a few chairs, and great sodden cushions that had sunk to the bottom. And a
couple of ... “Marian always wanted to keep him living with us, no matter what.
Author: Laura Kalpakian
The daughter of Hollywood royalty, Roxanne Granville is used to getting what she wants—even if she has to break the rules. But after a falling-out with her grandfather, a powerful movie mogul, she has to face life on her own for the first time.… Roxanne forges a career unique for women in the 1950s, becoming an agent for hungry young screenwriters. She struggles to be taken seriously by the men who rule Hollywood and who often assume that sexual favors are just a part of doing business. When she sells a script by a blacklisted writer under the name of a willing front man, more exiled writers seek her help. Roxanne wades into a world murky with duplicity and deception, and she can’t afford any more risks. Then she meets Terrence Dexter, a compelling African American journalist unlike anyone she’s ever known. Roxanne again breaks the rules, and is quickly swept up in a passionate relationship with very real dangers that could destroy everything she’s carefully built. Roxanne Granville is a woman who bravely defies convention. She won’t let men make all the rules, and won’t let skin color determine whom she can love. The Great Pretenders is a riveting, emotional novel that resonates in today’s world, and reminds us that some things are worth fighting for.
cede FM include chronic severe back pain and endometriosis. Whether any of
these conditions are truly primary and trigger FM remains uncertain. Some of
these related conditions are discussed again in Chapter 2. The Great Pretender
Author: Dean L. Mondell
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Health & Fitness
A clear, four-step plan to overcoming fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is a widespread musculoskeletal pain and fatigue disorder that afflicts nearly 10 million Americans--mostly women. Written by a fibromyalgia sufferer and her doctor, who are collaborators for the Fibromyalgia Friends Support Group, Living with Fibromyalgia provides you with a revolutionary four-step plan to overcoming this debilitating condition. Although there is no known cause or cure for fibromyalgia, much can be done to relieve the pain. Living with Fibromyalgia lays out a clear strategy and easy-to-follow plan that will help you learn how to adapt to this chronic illness. The book explores how you can: Find the right care Rebuild your relationships Stabilize stress . . . and more
The playlet was written by June Mathis , who had appeared with Eltinge in The
Fascinating Widow and went on to " discover " Rudolph Valentino for The Four
Horsemen of the Apocalypse . In his private life , Eltinge was apparently very ...
Author: Anthony Slide
Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corporation
Category: Performing Arts
This book is illustrated with photographs that punctuate a totally factual but witty and interesting look at this fascinating aspect of show business. In a time period that extends from about the 18th century to today, the author introduces all the greats, from Julian Eltinge to Charlie Pierce, in addition to others like Cary Grant and Bing Crosby who donned a dress only on ocassion when the script demanded it.
Release on 2012-06-20 | by Robert Henley Woody, Sr., PhD, JD
Among other things, they may pretend to be super-moral and hold impeccable
values, when they are really primed for ... These people, much like the Great Pretender, with roots in extreme narcissism, live with a profound sense of
Author: Robert Henley Woody, Sr., PhD, JD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"It is difficult to find books that provide such a wealth of information on legal issues for practicing clinicians. This is a solidly written, invaluable resource that all practicing mental health professionals must read." Score: 97, 5 Stars.--Doody's Medical Reviews "Legal Self-Defense for Mental Health Practitioners is interesting, informative, andcommitted to professional, ethical quality care of service recipients....Woody offers many useful risk managementstrategies for mental health professionals....[and his] discussions are provocative and are supported by current, well-established references."--PsycCRITIQUES "I give high marks to Legal Self-Defense for Mental Health Practitioners because it presents a real-world perspective and no-nonsense analysis....As impressive, is that this valuable information is packed into a mere 153 pages, making the book an economical investment of time for the knowledge that is gained."--New England Psychologist At some point in their careers, mental health professionals may face legal action from clients. Clients may be noncompliant regarding policies agreed upon at the outset of therapeutic services, not adhere to an individualized treatment plan, be inappropriately aggressive, and file unjustified ethics and licensing complaints and/or lawsuits. Unfortunately, many mental health practitioners are not prepared for such actions and suffer great distress that affects their professional and personal lives. This practical text, written by an author who is both a psychologist and an attorney, demonstrates how mental health professionals can avoid legally actionable mistakes in their practices and what to do if they occur. Reflecting contemporary social policy and laws regarding mental health services, the text emphasizes the protection of rights for both practitioner and client, and addresses such pitfalls as malpractice, licensing hearings, noncompliant clients, and dealing with the legal system. It distills the authorís wisdom, gained over more than 30 years of legal counsel to all types of mental health practitioners, and describes how to improve practice strategies for achieving quality care, confront ethics and licensing complaints, and defend against potential or actual lawsuits. Additionally, the book covers individualized treatment planning, effective record keeping, how to deal with dangerous clients, how to insulate yourself from risk, and more. Numerous real life examples further help practitioners foster the knowledge and skills to assertively defend their rights should the need arise. Key Features: Illustrates how to avoid legally actionable mistakes in assessment and treatment Covers such issues as effective record keeping, treatment planning, dealing with dangerous or non-compliant clients, protecting your practice, and more Helps mental health professionals foster a ìwarriorî mentality when faced with unjust allegations of wrongdoing Presents numerous real-life cases
We are lucky to be living in a golden age of great rock memoirs. In the aptly titled Reckless, Chrissie Hynde has given us one of the very best we have. Her mesmerizing presence radiates from every line and page of this book.
Author: Chrissie Hynde
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Chrissie Hynde, for nearly four decades the singer/songwriter/ undisputed leader of the Pretenders, is a justly legendary figure. Few other rock stars have managed to combine her swagger, sexiness, stage presence, knack for putting words to music, gorgeous voice and just all-around kick-assedness into such a potent and alluring package. From “Tatooed Love Boys” and “Brass in Pocket” to “Talk of the Town” and “Back on the Chain Gang,” her signature songs project a unique mixture of toughness and vulnerability that millions of men and women have related to. A kind of one- woman secret tunnel linking punk and new wave to classic guitar rock, she is one of the great luminaries in rock history. Now, in her no-holds-barred memoir Reckless, Chrissie Hynde tells, with all the fearless candor, sharp humor and depth of feeling we’ve come to expect, exactly where she came from and what her crooked, winding path to stardom entailed. Her All-American upbringing in Akron, Ohio, a child of postwar power and prosperity. Her soul capture, along with tens of millions of her generation, by the gods of sixties rock who came through Cleveland—Mitch Ryder, David Bowie, Jeff Back, Paul Butterfield and Iggy Pop among them. Her shocked witness in 1970 to the horrific shooting of student antiwar protestors at Kent State. Her weakness for the sorts of men she calls “the heavy bikers” and “the get-down boys.” Her flight from Ohio to London in 1973 essentially to escape the former and pursue the latter. Her scuffling years as a brash reviewer for New Musical Express, shop girl at the Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood boutique 'Craft Must Wear Clothes But The Truth Loves To Go Naked', first-hand witness to the birth of the punk movement, and serial band aspirant. And then ,at almost the last possible moment, her meeting of the three musicians who comprised the original line-up of The Pretenders, their work on the indelible first album “The Pretenders,” and the rocket ride to “Instant” stardom, with all the disorientation and hazards that involved. The it all comes crashing back down to earth with the deaths of lead guitarist James Honeyman Scott and bassist Peter Farndon, leaving her bruised and saddened, but far from beaten. Because Chrissie Hynde is, among other things, one of rock’s great survivors. We are lucky to be living in a golden age of great rock memoirs. In the aptly titled Reckless, Chrissie Hynde has given us one of the very best we have. Her mesmerizing presence radiates from every line and page of this book.
Romancing the Holidays with the THE GREAT PRETENDERS' BY NANCY CAIN
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR It's that special time of yeat again, when stockings
hung by the chimney bulge intriguingly with gifts, Christmas trees drip with lace
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Some are so great pretenders to inward motions and revelations of the Spirit ,
In proportion as Methodism obtained ground among the educated classes , its
direct effects were evil . ... These are those great pretenders to the Spirit , into
whose party does the vilest person living no sooner adscribe himself , but he is
Jazz is filled with humor . Not only do musical jokes crop up in the music , but one
of the major ... TISTEN STAN FREBERG , THE GREAT PRETENDER ( CD
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Author: Frank Tirro
Publisher: Schirmer Books
As Tiro informs students about the music, musicians, history, and social forces that have shaped jazz, he teaches students the aural skills that lead to a true understanding of jazz. This text includes 50 musical examples that are detailed in the text and included on the accompanying 3-CD set.
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mask worn by society ladies at costume ... Lupus is often called “ the great pretender , ” because many of its symptoms mimic those of other diseases ,
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knowledge among the Gentiles : see ver ... By giving Him the honour due to His
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learning , both among the Jews and Greeks . ... Ex . Our living throngh one who
died , our being blessed by one who was made a curse , our being justified by
... eternal Spirit, offered himself without spot unto God, to purge our consciences
from dead works, to serve the living God. ... His words are, “Among the
Protestants, I know the Socinians are great pretenders to the Scriptures, and in
words as ...
... through the eternal Spirit , offered himself without spot unto God , to purge our
consciences from dead works , to serve the living God . ... God dwelleth with the
contrite and humble in spirit ; for he hath said , He will dwell in them , and walk in
them ; and Christ standeth ... His words are , ' Among the Protestants , I know the
Socinians are great pretenders to the Scriptures , and in words as much exalt
When we look out over the field of picture - book writing , we do so with the
comfortable feeling of recognizing landmarks and being able to read the lay of
the land . Then , too , we can ... Of course , youngsters are great pretenders .
They are ...
Author: Lucy Calkins
Publisher: Portsmouth, N.H. : Heinemann ; Toronto : Irwin Pub.
Contains ideas for teaching reading and writing in the K-12 curriculum that include qualities of good writing, introducing literature, and rethinking of the writing workshop.
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