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The Boulevard Book

Author: Allan B. Jacobs
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A celebration of the multiway boulevard and an argument for its revival, with design guidelines and historic examples.


Breathless on the Boulevard

Author: Pamela Ford
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What if your only way forward is to let go of the man you love? Single mom Nora Clark knows next to nothing about style. But when her identical twin begs Nora to take her place as a personal shopper for a new client, Nora puts her best foot forward in borrowed stilettos. Too late she discovers the client is Erik Morgan, a surgeon at the hospital where she works in real life. Erik is in the middle of life-changing decisions and couldn’t care less about his wardrobe. But with time running out before an important event, he reluctantly agrees to meet with his mother’s personal shopper. As Erik and Nora storm the stores, their mutual attraction grows faster than their pile of purchases. But what happens when Nora switches from high-style back to scrubs – and Erik discovers the truth about who she really is? BREATHLESS ON THE BOULEVARD is the third in THE BACHELOR NEXT DOOR series – romantic, fast-paced stories with sparkling dialogue and heroes to die for. Pick up Breathless on the Boulevard today and enjoy a second chance at love! A previous version of this novel was published under the title, The Sister Switch. ***** With more than a half million copies of her books sold worldwide, award-winning author Pamela Ford creates realistic characters with real problems that make readers laugh, cry, and fall in love. If you like books by Kristan Higgins and Rachel Gibson, you’ll love Pamela Ford’s Bachelor Next Door series. Don’t miss the Bachelors Next Door! Though these books are a series, each is a stand-alone story. Love on the Lane (#1) Dancing on the Drive (#2) Breathless on the Boulevard (#3) Romance on the Road (#4) Kissing on the Corner (#5) PRAISE FOR BREATHLESS ON THE BOULEVARD: 4.5 stars. "A thoroughly engaging emotional roller coaster and a wonderful example of what works...a truly delightful take. Definitely headed for the keeper shelf.” –Romance Readers Connection “A great story. The characters are wonderful...heartwarming, romantic and fun." –Joyfully Reviewed “An emotional roller coaster ride of laughter, tears and joy. A definite must read.” –Coffee Time Romance "Highly recommended...lovable characters, a funny plot, and two people who would be perfect together but don't know it yet.” –Love Romances and More “A real winner! A funny, crazy, light read to lighten your day.” –Merrimon Books "A warmhearted family story, a sweet, feel-good romance. Well-paced with likeable characters and realistic dialogue...thoroughly enjoyable." –Romance Reviews Today "Ford’s writing is strong, her plot is interesting, and the dialogue sparkles." –Romantic Times “A fast paced read...wonderful characters and plot...Ford is a wonderful author.” –Romance Junkies AWARDS: 1st Place - Laurel Wreath Awards Finalist - Golden Quill Awards


The Crime of the Boulevard

Author: Jules Claretie
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The Boulevard of Life

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Trust the journey-everything happens for a reason. Those words, said to James Hemingway after his divorce, sting. What stings more is that Hemingway's stuck at a run-down rental cabin after his wife gets half of his savings. Things can't get much worse. In the direst of times, Hemingway takes comfort in his conversations with Tex, the straight-talking World War II veteran renting out the cabin. He begins to realize that he isn't questioning life. Rather, life is questioning him. How he answers slowly changes as he finds real friends, enjoys a few wild adventures, and discovers a kind of peace that he hadn't known before. Hemingway-a man with a name similar to a great writer-rewrites his own life story with a happier ending. As he does, he begins to experience these truths on an unexpected spiritual journey that shows him, what's for you shall not pass. If you've ever loved and lost, pour yourself a cup of coffee, grab this book, and accompany Hemingway on the boulevard of life.


Beyond the Boulevard

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On the Other Side of the Boulevard

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Harper s Hand book for Travellers in Europe and the East

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The Boulevard

Author: Joseph Cox
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The idea of using stories to explain moral concepts is probably as old as human vocabulary itself. Stories, not rules or arguments, are what carry values from generation to generation. They both establish and explain the core of what a society is. Because of this power, stories have long been used to explain concepts in the Torah. However, to modern ears many such stories are foreign; either their concepts are unfamiliar or their styles fail to grip the modern conscious.This book provides a new set of modern, relatable and engaging stories. They cross many genres and are meant to engage many different kinds of people. I know that writing them has left me with a far stronger understanding of the Torah, of humanity and of the world that surrounds us.Perhaps you, the reader, can find that same understanding. And, perhaps, these stories will also strengthen your relationship to G-d and your understanding of our place in the world.


The Latest Illustrated Book of Development Definitions

Author: Carl G. Lindbloom
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Illustrated definitions are rarely found in zoning and development ordinances. Ordinances prefer the "thousand words" rather than the "single picture." Illustrations greatly simplify how standards should be applied, particularly where the lot or parcel is irregularly shaped or where there are a number of variables present, each of which might have an impact on how the ordinance might apply in a specific situation. This best-selling resource has been the mainstay of the planner's bookshelf since its first publication and it differs from other books and publications containing development definitions in three major respects: It is illustrated; most of the definitions are designed to be used directly in ordinances with little or no change; and the more complex definitions are accompanied by commentaries and annotations that explain how the definition may be used in an ordinance, along with background information pertinent to the definition. This expanded edition standardizes in one handy reference all the key terms used in zoning, subdivision, site plan, and environmental ordinances. In all, it contains 1,957 definitions and 103 illustrations that can be incorporated in local ordinances with little or no change. Written and illustrated by two professional planners with nearly eighty years of combined experience in the practice of planning and zoning, this is a basic working tool and required reference for anyone involved in land development planning and regulation.


Boulevard of Dreams

Author: Constance Rosenblum
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Stretching over four miles through the center of the West Bronx, the Grand Boulevard and Concourse, known simply as the Grand Concourse, has gracefully served as silent witness to the changing face of the Bronx, and New York City, for a century. Now, a New York Times editor brings to life the street in all its raucous glory. Designed by a French engineer in the late nineteenth century to echo the elegance and grandeur of the Champs Elysées in Paris, the Concourse was nearly twenty years in the making and celebrates its centennial in November 2009. Over that century it has truly been a boulevard of dreams for various upwardly mobile immigrant and ethnic groups, yet it has also seen the darker side of the American dream. Constance Rosenblum unearths the colorful history of this grand street and its interlinked neighborhoods. With a seasoned journalist’s eye for detail, she paints an evocative portrait of the Concourse through compelling life stories and historical vignettes. The story of the creation and transformation of the Grand Concourse is the story of New York—and America—writ large, and Rosenblum examines the Grand Concourse from its earliest days to the blighted 1960s and 1970s right up to the current period of renewal. Beautifully illustrated with a treasure trove of historical photographs, the vivid world of the Grand Concourse comes alive—from Yankee Stadium to the unparalleled collection of Art Deco apartments to the palatial Loew’s Paradise movie theater. An enthralling story of the creation of an iconic street, an examination of the forces that transformed it, and a moving portrait of those who called it home, Boulevard of Dreams is a must read for anyone interested in the rich history of New York and the twentieth-century American city.