Delancey

Delancey Author Molly Wizenberg
ISBN-10 9781451655117
Release 2015-05-26
Pages 272
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"When Molly Wizenberg married Brandon Pettit, she vowed always to support him, to work with him to make their hopes and dreams real. She evinced enthusiasm about Brandon's enthusiasms: building a violin, building a boat, and opening an ice cream store--none of which came to pass. So when Brandon started making plans to open a pizza restaurant, Molly felt sure that the restaurant would join the list of Brandon's abandoned projects. When she finally realized that Delancey really was going to happen, that Brandon was going to change all of her assumptions about what their married life would be like, it was too late. She faced the first crisis in their young marriage. Opening a restaurant is not like hosting a dinner party every night. Molly and Brandon's budget was small, and the tasks at hand were often overhwelming. They had to find a space they could afford, gut renovate it themselves, find second-hand furniture and equipment, build what furniture they couldn't find, buy and install a wood-burning oven, pass health inspections, hire staff, and establish a billing and payroll system. They lost a financial partner. Their cook disappeared the day they opened. Still, their restaurant was a success, and Molly managed to convince herself that she was happy in their new life. Until Halloween night, when she was forced to admit she could no longer pretend. While Delancey is a funny and frank look at behind-the-scenes restaurant life, it is also a bravely honest and moving portrait of a tender young marriage and two partners who had to find out how to let each other go in order to come together"--



History and structure of the Delancey Street Foundation for Social Renewal

History and structure of the Delancey Street Foundation for Social Renewal Author Carleen K. Hull
ISBN-10 UOM:39076001538730
Release 1993
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Crossing Delancey

Crossing Delancey Author Susan Sandler
ISBN-10 0573619883
Release 1987
Pages 86
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Comedy Characters: 2 male, 3 female Combination interior, exterior set Isabel is a modern young woman who lives alone and works in a book shop. When she is not pining after a handsome author, she is visiting her grandmother (Bubbe) in Manhattan's Lower East Side. This irascible granny and her friend the matchmaker have found a "good catch" for Isabel, whose initial reluctance gives way to a blossoming romance when she finally meets Sam, the pickle vendor as the end of the play offers a new beginning. "An amusing romance that tells its unpretentious story believably, rarely trying to make its gag lines, of which there are many, upstage its narration or outshine its heart."-The New York Times "A warm and loving addition to the growing body of Jewish dramatic work in this country."-Jewish Post and Opinion



DeLancey s Stapler

DeLancey s Stapler Author Dave Veith
ISBN-10 9781467859981
Release 2008-08-05
Pages 356
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Spring 196-, on the campus of the U of C and D--, in crumbling World War II barracks foreshadowing Vietnam -- incoming freshman are driven by testosterone, fear, and a dim sense of obligation to become "men." Draft boards close in. Beautiful co-eds drift doe-eyed under the pine trees on the Quadrangle, circled by upper-class Jocks like so many sharks. Professors profess from the pulpits of various disciplines, a neon mermaid throbs in the night sky at the apex of the L-shaped business district, and the latest Girl of the Month appears like clockwork in brazen glory on the wall above Roger Osborn's Love Candle. In the midst of such perils, what chance has a late bloomer like The Gnat? A budding misanthrope in a black raincoat like Martin Calihan? An accidental housemother like nubile Susan Thurlby -- or a neurotic maiden like lissome Shelley Wencelas, running against her will for Exhibit Day Queen -- or Osborn himself, the reluctant Jock transformed by ruthless publicity into The Freshman Whiz? Osborn doesn't know, but he's determined to think of something -- after all, human relationships are his specialty. And the jungle is waiting. And life. Or death. While nearby, steadfast in his quest for order in the midst of chaos, armed by the concept of duty, his green eyeshade and his trusty stapler, lurks Lawrence DeLancey ...



Death on Delancey

Death on Delancey Author Joseph R. G. DeMarco
ISBN-10 9781590211205
Release 2014-09-06
Pages 338
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When two popular gay bartenders are found dead in a tony Philadelphia neighborhood the police are ready to close the case as a murder-suicide. Private investigator Marco Fontana has a hunch that there is more to the crime than a domestic dispute gone horribly wrong. But he'll need all his wits and resources because the chief of detectives hates his guts and the evidence backs up the police's claims. And as his personal life becomes more complicated -- old flame or hot new barista boyfriend? -- Fontana finds the case leads him down some seedy avenues in the City of Brotherly Love.



What Zeesie Saw on Delancey Street

What Zeesie Saw on Delancey Street Author Elsa Okon Rael
ISBN-10 9781481439114
Release 2014-11-25
Pages 40
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Zeesie feels very grown-up indeed! For on this night, her seventh birthday, Zeesie is going to her first package party with Mama and Papa. She even has a brand new dress and a dollar bill -- her birthday gift -- all for herself! The package party is grand, with great towers of wrapped surprise packages to be auctioned to raise money for other new immigrants to the community. Such wonderful smells, tastes, and sounds, and oh, so much to see... But as Zeesie soon discovers, not everything and everyplace is meant to be explored, and what she does see that night on Delancey Street leaves her with a new knowledge about giving and receiving.



Death of a Beauty Queen Mills Boon Intrigue The Delancey Dynasty Book 4

Death of a Beauty Queen  Mills   Boon Intrigue   The Delancey Dynasty  Book 4 Author Mallory Kane
ISBN-10 9781408977453
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 218
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Rose had no past...until detective Dixon found her. He’d been searching for the victim of his first homicide case for over ten years. Finding her alive revealed only more questions and a bloody trail of intrigue. Not to mention the sizzling attraction it sparked between Dixon and Rose.



The Lower East Side

The Lower East Side Author Ronald Sanders
ISBN-10 9780486137797
Release 2013-02-19
Pages 96
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Collection of evocative photographs chronicles evolution of immigrant neighborhood from 1870s to 1920 as waves of Jewish immigrants arrived from Eastern Europe. 99 black-and-white photographs. Introduction. Bibliography.



Queen of the Lakes

Queen of the Lakes Author Mark L. Thompson
ISBN-10 0814323936
Release 1994
Pages 220
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This book is an account of ships that have borne the name "Queen of the Lakes," an honorary title indicating that, at the time of its launching, a ship is the longest on the Great Lakes. In one of the most comprehensive books ever written on the maritime history of the lakes, Mark Thompson presents a vignette of each of the dozens of ships that has held the title, chronicling the dates the ship sailed, its role in the economic development of the region, and its sailing history. Through the stories of the individual ships, Thompson also describes the growth of ship design on the Great Lakes and the changing nature of the shipping industry on the lakes.



John Maher of Delancey Street

John Maher of Delancey Street Author Grover Sales
ISBN-10 0393074994
Release 1976-01-01
Pages 176
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John Maher of Delancey Street has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from John Maher of Delancey Street also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full John Maher of Delancey Street book for free.



Flash Point

Flash Point Author Nancy Baker Jacobs
ISBN-10 1880284561
Release 2002
Pages 211
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"Someone in the San Francisco Bay Area is using arson to murder new mothers in their homes, after apparently kidnapping their babies. California's new arson czar, Susan Kim Delancey, takes on this baffling case that covers several county jurisdictions and soon finds herself warring on several fronts."--Back cover.



Gone Mills Boon Intrigue The Delancey Dynasty Book 8

Gone  Mills   Boon Intrigue   The Delancey Dynasty  Book 8 Author Mallory Kane
ISBN-10 9781472049971
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 224
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Gone Marcie Powers sees her missing son everywhere, until she claims to have found him once more and there is something different in her tone. Suddenly her estranged husband, Joseph, finally believes her. Now they must trek through the bayou at the whims of a kidnapper to save their son or risk losing everything all over again...



The two knights or Delancey castle

The two knights  or  Delancey castle Author Mary Martha Sherwood
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600055157
Release 1851
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Dirty Little Secrets

Dirty Little Secrets Author Mallory Kane
ISBN-10 9780373697311
Release 2013-11-19
Pages 224
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DECEPTION TURNS DEADLY IN MALLORY KANE'S DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS New Orleans detective Ethan Delancey has a mission to solve a senator's murder. Putting Laney Montgomery—the sole witness, who now has a cold-blooded killer on her heels—under his protection? Pure instinct. Every hour pushes her deeper into danger. The only way to ensure her safety—and capture a criminal—is to keep her close. Neither expects the flare of desire that pushes them over the line between professional and personal. Even as Laney's secrets start to unravel, Ethan is driven to watch over her despite the rules of his job and the threat against them. Together, they're on the verge of discovering every dirty detail of the truth…unless an unknown murderer finds them first.



Crossing Delancey

Crossing Delancey Author Jesse Russell
ISBN-10 5511001120
Release 2012-04
Pages 152
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Crossing Delancey is a romantic comedy film starring Amy Irving and Peter Riegert released in 1988. It is directed by Joan Micklin Silver and based on a play by Susan Sandler, who also wrote the screenplay. Amy Irving was nominated for a Golden Globe for the movie, for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical."



Delancey s Way

Delancey s Way Author James McCourt
ISBN-10 0375403116
Release 2000
Pages 369
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A satirical novel of American politics follows a reporter as he is questioned about a plot to assassinate the president, and introduces a cast of bizarre characters, including a socialite and ex1980s party girl, a senator who is sleeping with a porn star, a retired transvestite ballerina, and many others.



Philadelphia s Rittenhouse Square

Philadelphia s Rittenhouse Square Author Robert Morris Skaler
ISBN-10 0738557439
Release 2008
Pages 127
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During the Gilded Age, Rittenhouse Square was home to Philadelphia's high society, with more millionaires per square foot than any other American neighborhood except New York's Fifth Avenue. Established by William Penn in 1682 as the South-West Square and renamed after astronomer David Rittenhouse in 1825, Rittenhouse Square and its environs changed from an isolated district of brickyards and workers' shanties into the city's most elegant and elite neighborhood between 1845 and 1865. The brownstone and marble mansions on the square itself were inhabited by the city's wealthiest and most prestigious families, with names like Biddle, Cassatt, Drexel, Stotesbury, and Van Rensselaer. As Philadelphia's upper classes fled to the suburbs in the early 20th century, their mansions were replaced by skyscrapers or taken over by cultural institutions like the Philadelphia Art Alliance and the Curtis Institute of Music. While only a few original residences remain on Rittenhouse Square, it is still the center of a lively upscale neighborhood.