Williamson (photographer); SOMEPLACE
LIKE AMERICA; University of California Press (Nonfiction: Social Sciences) $29.
I'm referring, of course, to the smallish club in Kolkata's Park Hotel, called, appropriately, Someplace
Else [Click to see nuggets from this page] .
Early in life Bert Dohmen had a defined goal: Get out of freezing Minnesota and live and work someplace
It started five years ago now, the day after my first book was accepted at an up-and-coming press somewhere in Kansas, someplace
I've never been to and never hope to visit.
The victim died from a single blow to her head and likely was killed someplace
other than where her body was discovered.
I once read someplace
that there are two kinds of fools in this world: damned fools and fools for Christ.
Then, of course, put that wrench someplace
where you can find it next time you need to remove the mount again.
The time has come for us to cut off all financial help, withdraw as a member, and ask the United Nations to find a headquarters location outside the United States that is more in keeping with the philosophy of the majority of voting members, someplace
like Moscow or Peking.
Scotiabank felt it could best serve these clients from someplace
closer to them that could offer bilingual service.
Growing up in Forty-Five, South Carolina in the '70s, Mendal and many other young town people think they can find a better life someplace
I did not realize that was a classified advertising section--is there someplace
else you can list it?
As an activist and artist, I use hip-hop to meet young people where they are and try to take them someplace
better, and stories narrowly about "the game" does not hip-hop make.