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Affordable Housing In New York

Author : Nicholas Dagen Bloom
ISBN : 9780691207056
Genre : Architecture
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A richly illustrated history of below-market housing in New York, from the 1920s to today A colorful portrait of the people, places, and policies that have helped make New York City livable, Affordable Housing in New York is a comprehensive, authoritative, and richly illustrated history of the city's public and middle-income housing from the 1920s to today. Plans, models, archival photos, and newly commissioned portraits of buildings and tenants by sociologist and photographer David Schalliol put the efforts of the past century into context, and the book also looks ahead to future prospects for below-market subsidized housing. A dynamic account of an evolving city, Affordable Housing in New York is essential reading for understanding and advancing debates about how to enable future generations to call New York home.
Category: Architecture

Hip Hop In America

Author : Mickey Hess
ISBN : 9780313343216
Genre : Music
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Thoroughly researched and in tune with the culture, Hip Hop in America: A Regional Guide profiles two dozen specific hip hop scenes across the United States, showing how each place shaped a singular identity. The two volumes span the complete history of rap-from its 1970s origins to the rap battles between Queens and the Bronx in the 1980s, from the well-publicized East Coast vs. West Coast conflicts in the 1990s to the rise of the Midwest and South over the past ten years. Each essay showcases the history of the local scene, including the MCs, DJs, b-boys and b-girls, label owners, hip hop clubs, and radio shows that have created distinct styles of hip hop culture. Through its unique geographic perspective, it captures the astonishing diversity of a genre that has captivated the nation and the world.
Category: Music

Classic Material

Author : Oliver Wang
ISBN : 9781550225617
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With over forty unique reviews covering sixty landmark hip-hop albums spanning twenty years, Classic Material proves that there is no lack of intelligent commentary and criticism on rap music.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Mojo Collection

Author : Various Mojo Magazine
ISBN : 9781847676436
Genre : Music
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The greatest albums of all time . . . and how they happened. Organised chronologically and spanning seven decades, The MOJO Collection presents an authoritative and engaging guide to the history of the pop album via hundreds of long-playing masterpieces, from the much-loved to the little known. From The Beatles to The Verve, from Duke Ellington to King Tubby and from Peggy Lee to Sly Stone, hundreds of albums are covered in detail with chart histories, full track and personnel listings and further listening suggestions. There's also exhaustive coverage of the soundtrack and hit collections that every home should have. Like all collections, there are records you listen to constantly, albums you've forgotten, albums you hardly play, albums you love guiltily and albums you thought you were alone in treasuring, proving The MOJO Collection to be an essential purchase for those who love and live music.
Category: Music

Born To Use Mics

Author : Michael Eric Dyson
ISBN : 9780786727650
Genre : Social Science
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At the age of nineteen, Nasir “Nas” Jones began recording tracks for his debut album—and changed the music world forever. Released in 1994, Illmatic was hailed as an instant masterpiece and has proven one of the most influential albums in hip-hop history. With its close attention to beats and lyricism, and riveting first-person explorations of the isolation and desolation of urban poverty, Illmatic was pivotal in the evolution of the genre. In Born to Use Mics, Michael Eric Dyson and Sohail Daulatzai have brought together renowned writers and critics including Mark Anthony Neal, Marc Lamont Hill, Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., and many others to confront Illmatic song by song, with each scholar assessing an individual track from the album. The result is a brilliant engagement with and commentary upon one of the most incisive sets of songs ever laid down on wax.
Category: Social Science

Tiles For A Beautiful Home

Author : Tessa Paul
ISBN : 1897730063
Genre : Interior decoration
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Category: Interior decoration

New Statesman

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123030244
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

The Sunez Crates

Author : Sunez
ISBN : 9780990584704
Genre : Music
File Size : 65.29 MB
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The entire 2013 collection of writings from Sunez, the Executive Editor of PremiereHipHop.com. Works from a true Hip Hop writer, an element of Hip Hop that blends Creative Writing, Journalistic coverage and Historical analysis. Art on Art is the science of covering this Hip Hop counterculture. Featuring exclusive coverage and person to person interviews of this decades best artists from Hell Razah of Sunz of Man/Thug Angelz, Kool G Rap, Bronze Nazareth, Kevlaar 7 and Phillie of the Wisemen, Ka, Napoleon da Legend, Spit Gemz, Woodenchainz, Shake Cee, Darkim Be Allah & Fame Labs, Zagnif Nori & Noble Scity Crew, Shaz Illyork, Starvin B, Cyrus Malachi & the Triple Darkness Crew, Killah Priest, O7 & Sinnagi of Undeniable, A-Alikes, Tragic Allies and more...
Category: Music

A Walk In The City

Author : Thomas Porky McDonald
ISBN : 9781496959386
Genre : Travel
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A random poem, written on a birthday years before, finds a new life when a series of interrelated profiles come together in a most unexpected way. This is what constitutes A Walk in the City, writer/poet Thomas Porky McDonald’s New York City travelogue. A compilation of pieces written originally for an internal website at his workplace in New York City transit, this volume shares brief, yet effective vignettes on a number of various sites in the city—some famous, and others hardly on the radar. It is dedicated to the average tourist and/or the lifetime New Yorker. McDonald’s love of the place he’s called home for his entire life comes across most vibrantly. Though the outer boroughs are touched upon transiently, this collection of go-to sketches and reminisces is centered mainly in Manhattan, which—as any New Yorker knows—is the place that all those who live in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island call “The City.” From the world famous sites, like the Empire State Building and Times Square to hidden jewels like the New York City Transit Museum, the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, or the New York City Fire Museum, A Walk in the City provides something for anyone seeking interesting pit stops in New York, whether planned ahead or merely in the course of a day already begun. The book is subtitled An Incomplete Tour since it is McDonald’s contention that no one could truly put every point of interest in the city into a single volume. Here, an unencumbered collection of articles attempts to send the reader out in search of something that cannot be explained without actually having the experience of being there. In any case, this is a city wanderers’ bonanza, one that should be considered by anyone who aspires to explore the diverse venues located in the greatest city in the world.
Category: Travel