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Dead Hollywood


Dead Hollywood


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Kees Madden, a young writer steeped in film history, suddenly finds himself living in the Hollywood he always imagined existed just beyond the shadows, an alternate Hollywood of malicious ghosts and the famous phantoms of filmland's past. The city has the power to shift time and space and is capable of ironic response when confronted by Madden's overactive imagination. It is also the city's perverse pleasure to confront him with a diverse cadre of Hollywood ghosts. Although enthralled by this bizarre new world, Madden finds himself eager to escape, while the unseen forces behind Dead Hollywood have other plans. In pursuit of the city's boundaries and arcane secrets, Madden encounters three enigmatic humans: a clever, sinister man and two intriguing, beautiful women. As they lead him through a fantastic dream/maze of Hollywood past and present, Madden is severely tempted by the two ladies. Although they seem to be polar opposites, could Madden be capable of falling in love with them both? Or are they only malevolent ghosts, eager to imprison Madden in their depraved Hollywood hells?Peter Beckman grew up in the northern California town of Carmichael where, at age 11, he became an actor in local theatre and college productions. In his early twenties, he attended the California Institute of the Arts, where he studied screenwriting with legendary director Alexander Mackendrick ("The Man In The White Suit," "The Sweet Smell Of Success"). Beckman has also appeared in films as varied as "Echo Park," "C.H.U.D. II" and Orson Welles' still-unreleased masterwork, "The Other Side Of The Wind." Beckman lives in Los Angeles where, under the pseudonym Anthony Landor, he currently provides voices for many of the world's most popular videogames, including "Street Fighter IV" (Zangief) and "Dissidia: Final Fantasy" (Golbez). He can also be heard as the voice of General Wolf in the Sci-Fi Channel's hit animé series "Monster." Dead Hollywood is his first novel

FAB: A Novel


FAB: A Novel


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Get set to meet the fearless, funny, and feisty girlfriends of FAB: Bianca has left her job in fashion and her best friends in New York to pursue an offer in Los Angeles. While the West Coast attitude and weather suit her fine, the men she meets and the salary cut she takes put living the good life way out of reach. Carolyn, whose fabulous career in advertising is built on selling the idealized female body, is obsessed with her own failure to fit the image. Certain that no man will love her as long as she isn't model-thin, she comforts herself with designer shoes and Taco Bell binges. Taylor is the high-powered, foul-mouthed chick that women love to hate. Her salary at a New York law firm provides for a lavish lifestyle-when she finds the time to have a life. Roxanne is an actress with eight years of struggle under her belt. While suffering through countless demoralizing auditions for "fly girl #1," she dreams of landing roles that will inspire the masses and pay the bills.

Juicy Couture Lively Women's Watch - Black


Juicy Couture Lively Women's Watch - Black


$332.64


Juicy Couture, known for its candy-colored velour track suits, is a contemporary casual clothing brand based in Los Angeles, California. The public appearance of clothes by celebrities made the brand famous almost instantly. Juicy Couture then became a brand known around the world for the image of being the outfit of the new money.

Zoot-Suit Riots: The Psychology of Symbolic Annihilation


Zoot-Suit Riots: The Psychology of Symbolic Annihilation


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Los Angeles, the summer of 1943. For ten days in June, Anglo servicemen and civilians clashed in the streets of the city with young Mexican Americans whose fingertip coats and pegged, draped trousers announced their rebellion. At their height, the riots involved several thousand men and women, fighting with fists, rocks, sticks, and sometimes knives. In the end none were killed, few were seriously injured, and property damage was slight and yet, even today, the zoot-suit riots are remembered and hold emotional and symbolic significance for Mexican Americans and Anglos alike. The causes of the rioting were complex, as Mazón demonstrates in this illuminating analysis of their psychodynamics. Based in part on previously undisclosed FBI and military records, this engrossing study goes beyond sensational headlines and biased memories to provide an understanding of the zoot-suit riots in the context of both Mexican American and Anglo social history.

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