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Taxi nach Paris: Eine Liebesgeschichte - Ruth G...
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Ruth Gogoll's Taxi to Paris
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Ruth Gogoll's Taxi to Paris ab 8.99 € als epub eBook: . Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Belletristik, Erzählungen,

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Frau Ella (DVD)
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Schlimmer geht's immer: Sascha (Matthias Schweighöfer) und sein bester Kumpel Klaus (August Diehl) genießen ihr lockeres Leben ... bis Saschas Freundin Lina (Anna Bederke) schwanger wird - sie ist nur mit Baby zu haben, er nur ohne. Im Trennungsstress baut Sascha einen Unfall, und als ob der Totalschaden nicht reichen würde, hat er bald darauf die redselige Seniorin Ella (Ruth Maria Kubitschek) am Hals, die ihm aber in einem überlegen ist: Erfahrung. Und Frau Ella will mit ihren Tipps und Tricks Saschas Liebesleben wieder in Ordnung bringen... Der 30-jährige Sascha (Matthias Schweighöfer) hat den schlimmsten Tag seines Lebens. Erst eröffnet ihm seine Freundin Lina, dass sie schwanger ist, dann fährt er sein Taxi zu Schrott und muss ins Krankenhaus. Sein Mitbewohner Klaus (August Diehl) ist sicher, dass der Unfall ein Wink des Schicksals war. In der Klinik muss Sascha das Zimmer mit Ella (Ruth Maria Kubitschek) teilen, einer rüstigen 87-Jährigen, die ihm mit ihrer Redseligkeit mächtig auf die Nerven geht. Doch dass die alte Dame zu einer unnötigen Operation überredet werden soll, macht ihn wirklich wütend. In einer abenteuerlichen Aktion befreit er Ella aus den Fängen der Ärzte und quartiert sie bei sich zu Hause ein. Zuerst will Ella nur nach Hause, doch dann lernen sie sich besser kennen und werden über alle Unterschiede hinweg zu Freunden. Ella weiht Sascha in ihr größtes Geheimnis ein: Sie hatte eine große, unerfüllte Jugendliebe, Jason, ein amerikanischer Soldat. Spontan beschließt Sascha, mit Klaus und Ella nach Paris zu fahren, um Jason zu suchen. Eine abenteuerliche Reise nimmt ihren Lauf...

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Frau Ella (DVD)
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Schlimmer geht's immer: Sascha (Matthias Schweighöfer) und sein bester Kumpel Klaus (August Diehl) genießen ihr lockeres Leben ... bis Saschas Freundin Lina (Anna Bederke) schwanger wird - sie ist nur mit Baby zu haben, er nur ohne. Im Trennungsstress baut Sascha einen Unfall, und als ob der Totalschaden nicht reichen würde, hat er bald darauf die redselige Seniorin Ella (Ruth Maria Kubitschek) am Hals, die ihm aber in einem überlegen ist: Erfahrung. Und Frau Ella will mit ihren Tipps und Tricks Saschas Liebesleben wieder in Ordnung bringen... Der 30-jährige Sascha (Matthias Schweighöfer) hat den schlimmsten Tag seines Lebens. Erst eröffnet ihm seine Freundin Lina, dass sie schwanger ist, dann fährt er sein Taxi zu Schrott und muss ins Krankenhaus. Sein Mitbewohner Klaus (August Diehl) ist sicher, dass der Unfall ein Wink des Schicksals war. In der Klinik muss Sascha das Zimmer mit Ella (Ruth Maria Kubitschek) teilen, einer rüstigen 87-Jährigen, die ihm mit ihrer Redseligkeit mächtig auf die Nerven geht. Doch dass die alte Dame zu einer unnötigen Operation überredet werden soll, macht ihn wirklich wütend. In einer abenteuerlichen Aktion befreit er Ella aus den Fängen der Ärzte und quartiert sie bei sich zu Hause ein. Zuerst will Ella nur nach Hause, doch dann lernen sie sich besser kennen und werden über alle Unterschiede hinweg zu Freunden. Ella weiht Sascha in ihr größtes Geheimnis ein: Sie hatte eine große, unerfüllte Jugendliebe, Jason, ein amerikanischer Soldat. Spontan beschließt Sascha, mit Klaus und Ella nach Paris zu fahren, um Jason zu suchen. Eine abenteuerliche Reise nimmt ihren Lauf...

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Broadway Is My Beat, Collection 1 , Hörbuch, Di...
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Broadway Is My Beat was a dark, gritty radio crime drama that ran on CBS from 1949 until 1954. The series was originally broadcast from New York with Anthony Ross portraying Times Square Police Detective Danny Clover. Produced by Lester Gottlieb, it was directed by John Dietz. By the thirteenth episode, the series moved to Hollywood (still set in NYC) with producer Elliott Lewis directing a new cast with scripts by Morton Fine and David Friedkin (the duo that would later write and develop TV’s popular secret-agent series I Spy). The opening theme of "I’ll Take Manhattan" introduced Detective Danny Clover (now played by Larry Thor) as a hardened New York City cop who worked homicide "from Times Square to Columbus Circle - the gaudiest, the most violent, the lonesomest mile in the world." Clover narrated tales of the Great White Way to the music of Wilbur Hatch and Alexander Courage. The recreation of Manhattan’s rich, aural tapestry required the talents of three sound effects artists. Cast regulars included Charles Calvert (as Sgt. Gino Tartaglia) and Jack Kruschen (as Sgt. Muggavan). Now, enjoy 12 of the finest episodes from this excellent crime series in this collection. 4/28/51 "The Taxi Dancer Knew Too Much" 5/5/51 "The Harry Foster Murder Case" 6/23/51 "The Teapot Murders" 7/22/51 "The David Blaine Murder Case" 9/15/51 "The Anna Compton Murder Case" 12/15/51 "The Christmas Party Murders" 1/31/53 "The Helen Selby Murder Case" 2/7/53 "The Peggy Warner Murder Case" 5/2/53 "The Spinster Sisters Murder" 5/23/53 "The Robin Forrest Murder" 5/30/53 "The Ruth Shea Murders" 6/6/53 "The Victor Sutro Murder" 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/010515/bk_brll_010515_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Ruth Gogoll's Taxi to Paris
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Ten Cents a Dance
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "Ten Cents a Dance" is a popular song in which a taxi dancer laments the hardships of her job. The music was written by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was published in 1930. The song was originally written for Lee Morse who was acting in the musical Simple Simon, but when Morse showed up intoxicated at the Boston opening of the musical, Florenz Ziegfeld fired her. She was replaced by Ruth Etting in the show, and Etting popularized the song as well in a Columbia recording made in 1930. This recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

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New Labor in New York
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New York City boasts a higher rate of unionization than any other major U.S. city--roughly double the national average--but the city's unions have suffered steady and relentless decline, especially in the private sector. With higher levels of income inequality than any other large city in the nation, New York today is home to a large and growing 'precariat': workers with little or no employment security who are often excluded from the basic legal protections that unions struggled for and won in the twentieth century.Community-based organizations and worker centers have developed the most promising approach to organizing the new precariat and to addressing the crisis facing the labor movement. Home to some of the nation's very first worker centers, New York City today has the single largest concentration of these organizations in the United States, yet until now no one has documented their efforts.New Labor in New York includes thirteen fine-grained case studies of recent campaigns by worker centers and unions, each of which is based on original research and participant observation. Some of the campaigns documented here involve taxi drivers, street vendors, and domestic workers, as well as middle-strata freelancers, all of whom are excluded from basic employment laws. Other cases focus on supermarket, retail, and restaurant workers, who are nominally covered by such laws but who often experience wage theft and other legal violations; still other campaigns are not restricted to a single occupation or industry. This book offers a richly detailed portrait of the new labor movement in New York City, as well as several recent efforts to expand that movement from the local to the national scale.Contributors: Benjamin Becker, CUNY Graduate Center; Marnie Brady, CUNY Graduate Center; Jeffrey D. Broxmeyer; CUNY Graduate Center; Kathleen Dunn; Loyola University; United Food and Commercial Workers Local 2013; Harmony Goldberg; CUNY Graduate Center; Peter Ikeler, SUNY College at Old Westbury; Martha W. King, CUNY Graduate Center; Jane McAlevey, CUNY Graduate Center; CUNY Graduate Center; Susan McQuade, CUNY Graduate Center and New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health; Erin Michaels, CUNY Graduate Center; Ruth Milkman, CUNY Graduate Center and Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies, CUNY School of Professional Studies; Ed Ott, Murphy Institute, CUNY School of Professional Studies; Ben Shapiro, New York Communities for Change; Lynne Turner, Murphy Institute, CUNY School of Professional Studies.

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New Labor in New York
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New York City boasts a higher rate of unionization than any other major U.S. city-roughly double the national average-but the city's unions have suffered steady and relentless decline, especially in the private sector. With higher levels of income inequality than any other large city in the nation, New York today is home to a large and growing 'precariat': workers with little or no employment security who are often excluded from the basic legal protections that unions struggled for and won in the twentieth century.Community-based organizations and worker centers have developed the most promising approach to organizing the new precariat and to addressing the crisis facing the labor movement. Home to some of the nation's very first worker centers, New York City today has the single largest concentration of these organizations in the United States, yet until now no one has documented their efforts.New Labor in New York includes thirteen fine-grained case studies of recent campaigns by worker centers and unions, each of which is based on original research and participant observation. Some of the campaigns documented here involve taxi drivers, street vendors, and domestic workers, as well as middle-strata freelancers, all of whom are excluded from basic employment laws. Other cases focus on supermarket, retail, and restaurant workers, who are nominally covered by such laws but who often experience wage theft and other legal violations; still other campaigns are not restricted to a single occupation or industry. This book offers a richly detailed portrait of the new labor movement in New York City, as well as several recent efforts to expand that movement from the local to the national scale.Contributors: Benjamin Becker, CUNY Graduate Center; Marnie Brady, CUNY Graduate Center; Jeffrey D. Broxmeyer; CUNY Graduate Center; Kathleen Dunn; Loyola University; United Food and Commercial Workers Local 2013; Harmony Goldberg; CUNY Graduate Center; Peter Ikeler, SUNY College at Old Westbury; Martha W. King, CUNY Graduate Center; Jane McAlevey, CUNY Graduate Center; CUNY Graduate Center; Susan McQuade, CUNY Graduate Center and New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health; Erin Michaels, CUNY Graduate Center; Ruth Milkman, CUNY Graduate Center and Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies, CUNY School of Professional Studies; Ed Ott, Murphy Institute, CUNY School of Professional Studies; Ben Shapiro, New York Communities for Change; Lynne Turner, Murphy Institute, CUNY School of Professional Studies. MilkmanRuth: Ruth Milkman is Professor of Sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center and Academic Director of CUNY's Murphy Labor Institute. She is the author of several books, including the prizewinning Gender at Work and L.A. Story: Immigrant Workers and the Future of the U.S. Labor Movement. She also is coauthor of Unfinished Business: Paid Family Leave in California and the Future of U.S. Work-Family Policy, editor of Organizing Immigrants, and coeditor of Rebuilding Labor and Working for Justice, all from Cornell.OttEdward: Ed Ott is Distinguished Lecturer at CUNY's Murphy Labor Institute. He spent over forty years in the labor movement, most recently as Executive Director of the New York City Central Labor Council.

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