Idlewild

Idlewild Author Nick Sagan
ISBN-10 9781101643273
Release 2008-01-02
Pages 304
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“GRIPPING . . . the kind of book you simply don’t want to stop reading.”—Neil Gaiman He calls himself Halloween. He is a unique student attending a most prestigious boarding school—the Idlewild Immersive Virtual Reality Academy. While his body sleeps, his mind interacts with those of his fellow students under the tutelage of the enigmatic artificial intelligence known as Maestro. An inexplicable energy surge has damaged the IVR and fragmented Halloween’s mind. Convinced this anomaly was deliberately triggered to kill him, Halloween is desperate to recover his memories—only to discover a devastating revelation about his true existence. “Idlewild builds, not just in tension but in what it demands from the reader, ending up as a dark exploration of hidden realities.”—The Guardian “Sagan provides plenty of suspense and perfectly captures the angry adolescent solipsism that makes kids into hackers and superheroes.”—Entertainment Weekly



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Jude Sierra
ISBN-10 1945053070
Release 2016-12-01
Pages 250
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In a last ditch effort to revive the Detroit gastropub he opened with his late husband, Asher Schenck hires a new staff. Among them is Tyler Heyward, a recent college graduate working his way toward med school. When they fall for each other, it's not race or class that challenges their love, but the ghosts and expectations of their pasts.



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Ronald Jemal Stephens
ISBN-10 0738518905
Release 2001
Pages 128
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Once considered the most famous African-American resort community in the country, Idlewild was referred to as the Black Eden of Michigan in the 1920s and '30s, and as the Summer Apollo of Michigan in the 1950s and '60s. Showcasing classy revues and interactive performances of some of the leading black entertainers of the period, Idlewild was an oasis in the shadows of legal segregation. Idlewild: Black Eden of Michigan focuses on this illustrative history, as well as the decline and the community's contemporary renaissance, in over 200 rare photographs. The lively legacy of Lela G. and Herman O. Wilson, and Paradise Path is included, featuring images of the Paradise Club and Wilson's Grocery. Idlewild continued its role as a distinctive American resort throughout the 1950s, with photographs ranging from Phil Giles' Flamingo Club and Arthur Braggs's Idlewild Revue.



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Jeffrey S. Croushore
ISBN-10 0738535648
Release 2004
Pages 128
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Located in the scenic Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania, America's third oldest amusement park, Idlewild, was founded in 1878 as a picnic ground along the Ligonier Valley Rail Road. Its tranquil setting quickly established Idlewild as the premier place for church, school, and corporate picnics, as well as a recreational getaway for families. Idlewild added new amusements and facilities as its crowds continued to grow, but it always strove to maintain the picturesque landscape of the site. Soon a full-fledged amusement park was in operation, with throngs of visitors disembarking the trains from such places as Latrobe, Greensburg, and Pittsburgh. Home to unique attractions like Story Book Forest, the Rollo Coaster, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and the SoakZone, Idlewild has been the backdrop for generations of fond memories. Idlewild's proximity to the Lincoln Highway helped the park survive the abandonment of the railroad, and careful development by the Mellon and Macdonald families and the Kennywood Entertainment Company continue to help it thrive. This collection of photographs tells the story of how one of America's most beautiful theme parks has grown throughout the years.



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Ronald J. Stephens
ISBN-10 9780472035908
Release 2013-09-30
Pages 420
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An in-depth study of an important African American resort town and the intersections among race, class, tourism, entertainment, and historic preservation in the United States



Idlewild Or Everything Is Subject to Change

Idlewild  Or  Everything Is Subject to Change Author Mark Lawson
ISBN-10 0330341111
Release 1995
Pages 307
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America's two great dead icons - John F Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe are alive in a novel about fame and fate, conspiracy and accident...politics and the media.



St Marks Is Dead The Many Lives of America s Hippest Street

St  Marks Is Dead  The Many Lives of America s Hippest Street Author Ada Calhoun
ISBN-10 9780393249798
Release 2015-11-02
Pages 304
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A vibrant narrative history of three hallowed Manhattan blocks—the epicenter of American cool. St. Marks Place in New York City has spawned countless artistic and political movements. Here Frank O’Hara caroused, Emma Goldman plotted, and the Velvet Underground wailed. But every generation of miscreant denizens believes that their era, and no other, marked the street’s apex. This idiosyncratic work of reportage tells the many layered history of the street—from its beginnings as Colonial Dutch Director-General Peter Stuyvesant’s pear orchard to today’s hipster playground—organized around those pivotal moments when critics declared “St. Marks is dead.” In a narrative enriched by hundreds of interviews and dozens of rare images, St. Marks native Ada Calhoun profiles iconic characters from W. H. Auden to Abbie Hoffman, from Keith Haring to the Beastie Boys, among many others. She argues that St. Marks has variously been an elite address, an immigrants’ haven, a mafia warzone, a hippie paradise, and a backdrop to the film Kids—but it has always been a place that outsiders call home. This idiosyncratic work offers a bold new perspective on gentrification, urban nostalgia, and the evolution of a community.



By an Idle wild

By an Idle wild Author Bob McCue
ISBN-10 1535057084
Release 2016-08-05
Pages 198
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"BY An Idle-Wild" Looks at the history of Cornwall, (New York) and it's New York Military Academy, through the pages of the Cornwall Local from the 1870's through World War 2



Idlewild and Woodland Park Michigan an African American Remembers

Idlewild and Woodland Park  Michigan an African American Remembers Author Rose Louise Hammond
ISBN-10 0615217222
Release 2008
Pages 81
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Idlewild and Woodland Park, Michigan is one of the countries first African American resorts, owned and operated by African Americans. This book is a historical compilation of interviews conducted during the summers of 1994 and 1995 with some of the few original owners or families still holding property ownership in Idlewild and Woodland Park, Michigan The reader will see some of the individuals whose families helped to create these two beautiful communities by telling their family's history. Idlewild and Woodland Park, Michigan "An African American Remembers" will let the reader travel in time from the 1900's.



Black Eden

Black Eden Author Lewis Walker
ISBN-10 0870138049
Release 2007
Pages 269
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Black Eden chronicles the history of Idlewild, a Michigan black community founded during the aftermath of the Civil War. As one of the nation’s most popular black resorts, Idlewild functioned as a gathering place for African Americans, and more importantly as a touchstone of black identity and culture. Benjamin C. Wilson and Lewis Walker examine Idlewild’s significance within a historical context, as well as the town’s revitalization efforts and the need for comprehensive planning in future development. In a segregated America, Idlewild became a place where black audiences could see rising black entertainers. Profusely illustrated with photos from the authors’ personal collections, Black Eden provides a lengthy discussion about the crucial role that Idlewild played in the careers of artists such as Louis Armstrong, B. B. King, Sammy Davis Jr., Jackie Wilson, Aretha Franklin, and Della Reese. Fundamentally, the book explores issues involved in living in a segregated society, the consequences of the civil rights movement, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent integration, and the consequences of integration vs. racial solidarity. The authors ask: Did integration kill Idlewild?, suggesting rather that other factors contributed to its decline.



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Stanley Nelson
ISBN-10 LCCN:64009367
Release 1969
Pages 52
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Out doors at Idlewild

Out doors at Idlewild Author Nathaniel Parker Willis
ISBN-10 MINN:31951002097934R
Release 1860
Pages 519
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Edenborn

Edenborn Author Nick Sagan
ISBN-10 9781440631351
Release 2008-04-01
Pages 304
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Eighteen years ago, the microbial apocalypse christened Black Ep had virtually wiped humanity from the globe. The survivors of the epidemic have now reached adulthood and are committed to the task of rebuilding civilization. But an ideological rift has divided the survivors into two separate factions—one determined to resurrect the human race, the other obsessed with improving humanity via genetic manipulation. And as the factions clash with one another, a new biological threat rises from the ashes of Black Ep, an even deadlier contagion with one purpose: mankind’s extinction. “A compelling work that will appeal to fans of speculative fiction and apocalyptic thrillers.”—Midwest Book Review



Idlewild

Idlewild Author Pehyun Wen
ISBN-10 UOM:39015071355419
Release 1972
Pages 364
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Idle Wild Love

Idle  Wild  Love Author Shaida Escoffery
ISBN-10 061592140X
Release 2013-12-30
Pages 232
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When Hannah returns home to Idlewild, Michigan from Paris to escape World War II; Henry expects the awkward, frumpy girl to appear, not the beautiful, outspoken woman at the train station. The bed-hopping Henry, now finds his match in his pious, childhood friend Hannah, who wants nothing to do with him and his flirtation. He must confront his alcoholism and childhood scars from a Jim Crow South. This journey towards emotional healing sets him on a path to learn unforgettable lessons in life and love. Soon, when tragedy strikes, both Henry and Hannah's faith are tested. Will they remain in Idlewild? Or will they change along with the historical community that is altered by the shifting times of the 40's, 50's and 60's?



What Looks Like Crazy On an Ordinary Day

What Looks Like Crazy On an Ordinary Day Author Pearl Cleage
ISBN-10 0061807176
Release 2009-03-17
Pages 256
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After a decade of elegant pleasures and luxe living with the Atlanta brothers and sisters with the best clothes and biggest dreams, Ava Johnson has temporarily returned home to Idlewild—her fabulous career and power plans smashed to bits by cold reality. But what she imagines to be the end is, instead, a beginning. Because, in the ten-plus years since Ava left, all the problems of the big city have come to roost in the sleepy North Michigan community whose ordinariness once drove her away; and she cannot turn her back on friends and family who sorely need her in the face of impending trouble and tragedy. Besides which, that one unthinkable, unmistakable thing is now happening to her: Ava Johnson is falling in love. Acclaimed playwright, essayist, New York Times bestselling author, and columnist Pearl Cleage has created a world rich in character, human drama, and deep, compassionate understanding, in a remarkable novel that sizzles with sensuality, hums with gritty truth, and sings and crackles with life-affirming energy.



Idlewild Lake County Michigan

Idlewild  Lake County  Michigan Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:86076821
Release 2006
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