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Remembering Charles Kuralt

Author: Ralph Grizzle
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ISBN: 9780786230525
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Based on nearly 100 interviews with Charles Kuralt, his friends, family, and colleagues, Remembering Charles Kuralt is the tale of a North Carolina farm boy who went on to become one of America's most admired television journalists.

Remembering Charles Kuralt

Author: Ralph Grizzle
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A richly textured portrait of the popular television journalist draws on nearly one hundred interviews with Kuralt, his friends, family, and colleagues chronicles the life and career of a North Carolina farm boy who became one of America's most acclaimed commentators.

Remembering Charles Kuralt

Author: Ralph Grizzle
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ISBN: 9780967909608
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All his life, Charles Kuralt sought out the poetry of everyday events, presenting to television viewers nationwide the stories of "the little people". Now, for the first time, his story is being told -- from the perspective of those who knew him best. Based on nearly 100 interviews with Charles Kuralt, his friends, family, and colleagues, here is the remarkable tale of a North Carolina farm boy who went on to become one of America's most admired television journalists. Remembering Charles Kuralt provides an off-screen look at the CBS newsman whose folksy reports from the back roads of America endeared him to millions.

Charles Kuralt S People

Author: Charles Kuralt
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ISBN: 9780967909615
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A collection of award-winning newspaper columns written in 1956, at the beginning of Kuralt's journalistic career, presents stories of the ordinary people of Charlotte, North Carolina.

On The Road With Charles Kuralt

Author: Charles Kuralt
Publisher: Fawcett Books
ISBN: 9780449007402
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"Read Kuralt's words and discover America with him." UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL He has entertained and informed us about ourselves on television for years. Taking to the highways, he has met the little-known and the famous, and shared them with the rest of us. This heartwarming book reminds us again of some of the extraordinary people he has met over the years in words and photographs, and provides the exact words of the interviews, so that we can permanently enjoy his visits with people we have come to know and care for, again and again. "From the Paperback edition.

China In Ten Words

Author: Yu Hua
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307739791
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A first work of non-fiction available in English by the James Joyce Foundation Award-winning Chinese author of Brothers is presented through a framework of ten common phrases in the Chinese vernacular to offer insight into the nation's modern economic gaps, cultural transformations and ubiquitous practices of deception.

Collective Remembering

Author: David Middleton
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited
ISBN: 9780803982352
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Profoundly challenging the traditional view of memory as the product and property of individual minds, Collective Remembering is concerned with remembering and forgetting as socially constituted activities. The starting point is a conceptualization of remembering and forgetting as forms of social action. Individual memories cannot be understood as `internal mental processes' which occur independently of the interpretive and communicative practices which characterize a particular society or culture. Individuals `read', account for and negotiate their memories within the pragmatics of social life. Contributions also explore the collective processes through which communities' social memories are created, sustained and transformed

Charles And Me

Author: Pat Shannon
Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd
ISBN: 9781851827183
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The Nevada woman who shared a thirty-year relationship with CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt--although he never divorced his previous wife--recounts her experiences and describes their years together.

The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

Author: Greg Palast
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110121323X
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"Palast is astonishing, he gets the real evidence no one else has the guts to dig up." Vincent Bugliosi, author of None Dare Call it Treason and Helter Skelter Award-winning investigative journalist Greg Palast digs deep to unearth the ugly facts that few reporters working anywhere in the world today have the courage or ability to cover. From East Timor to Waco, he has exposed some of the most egregious cases of political corruption, corporate fraud, and financial manipulation in the US and abroad. His uncanny investigative skills as well as his no-holds-barred style have made him an anathema among magnates on four continents and a living legend among his colleagues and his devoted readership. This exciting collection, now revised and updated, brings together some of Palast's most powerful writing of the past decade. Included here are his celebrated Washington Post exposé on Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris's stealing of the presidential election in Florida, and recent stories on George W. Bush's payoffs to corporate cronies, the payola behind Hillary Clinton, and the faux energy crisis. Also included in this volume are new and previously unpublished material, television transcripts, photographs, and letters.

Hello It S Me

Author: Chris Epting
Publisher: Santa Monica Press
ISBN: 1595809295
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In Hello, It’s Me, pop culture historian Chris Epting celebrates the cultural touchstones of the past 40 years—the music, movies, television, hobbies, and fads that have defined recent generations. Whether it’s shooting hoops with NBA legend Elgin Baylor, drinking whiskey in a Radio City Music Hall broom closet with Ron Wood and Rod Stewart while thousands of fans scream from below, sharing a milkshake with Jerry Lewis, running into Alfred Hitchcock’s stomach as a young child, or jumping on a trampoline with Sally Struthers, Chris Epting takes us on his own strange trip through time, space and hula hoops. Beginning in the 1970s and continuing through the 1980s, 1990s, and up to the present day, Epting writes about the humorous, ironic, poignant, and inspiring moments he’s experienced with a host of pop-culture icons—Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jay Leno, Johnny Thunders, Edward Albee, John Cheever, Milton Berle, etc.—as well as his personal memories of the era’s most famous pop-culture fads, products, and gimmicks—Pet Rocks, lava lamps, mood rings, 8-track tapes, bootleg records, Zotz, halter tops, strawberry wine. . . .