Let PopOut show you around San Francisco's iconic sights. This handy, pocket-sized, pop-up city map includes 2 PopOut maps greater San Francisco including Golden Gate Park and a detail map of Downtown San Francisco. Additional maps of Fisherman's Wharf & Pier 39, the San Francisco Bay area and a transit map are also included.
A survival guide for anyone living, working or wanting to discover life in the City by the Bay
•Essential information about the city, the people, beliefs, etiquette, cuisine and leisure activities
•Suggestions on how to find accommodation and choose a suitable neighborhood for long-term housing
•Helpful hints on how to find your social ......
The "Soul of" collection is a new approach to the art of travelling that consists of vagabonding around, chance encounters, and unforgettable experiences. Guides for those who want to unlock the hidden doors of a city, feel out its heartbeat, plumb every last nook and cranny to uncover its soul.
The Undercover Surveillance of Nazis in Los Angeles
Finalist, Celebrate 350 Award in American Jewish Studies Tells the remarkable story of the Jewish moguls in Hollywood who established the first anti-Nazi Jewish resistance organization in the country in the 1930s In April 1939, Warner Brothers studios released the first Hollywood film to confront the Nazi threat in the United States. ......
A critical reader of the history of marriage understands that it is an institution that has always been in flux. It is also a decidedly complicated one, existing simultaneously in the realms of religion, law, and emotion. And yet recent years have seen dramatic and heavily waged battles over the proposition of including same sex couples in ......
Guidebook to walking North America's John Muir trek through California's High Sierra from Yosemite (El Capitan and Half-Dome) to the summit of Mount Witney. The 216-mile route is split into 21 daily stages, with full information on preparation, permits, wilderness, bears, water. Part of the Pacific Crest Trail.
Tells the story of the 1930s as seen from the cell blocks and cotton fields of Texas and California prisons, state institutions that held growing numbers of working people from around the country and around the world - overwhelmingly poor, disproportionately non-white, and displaced by economic crisis.