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Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 6 Haircut

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Jul 132011
 

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 6 HaircutIn this chapter we listen to a skit about the infamous haircut!!!

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Check out the author Deepak Singh at his website: www.deepak-singh.com

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 22 Jazz and Beer

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Jun 282011
 

 

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 12 Jazz and Beer

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 11 Who is Isabel?

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Jun 232011
 

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 12 IsabelIn this chapter Deepak Singh talks about meeting Isabel!

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Check out the author Deepak Singh at his website: www.deepak-singh.com

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 12 The Correct Side

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Jun 142011
 

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 12 The Correct SideIn this chapter Deepak Singh tells his crazy tale of driving on the wrong side of the road!

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Check out the author Deepak Singh at his website: www.deepak-singh.com

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs

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Jun 072011
 

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Check out the author Deepak Singh at his website: www.deepak-singh.com

Check the Book Out Here: Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs and here

May 142015
 

Ron Coddington speaking at the Senior Center in Charlottesville.

On April 2, 2015, Ron Coddington presented the second lecture in our six part CPN Thursday series entitled The Civil War Through Different Lenses (2015).

Listen as Mr. Coddington tells the story of how both the North and South developed their navy during the American Civil War.

While other kids in his neighborhood were collecting baseball cards,  14-year-old Ron Coddington was browsing flee markets looking for old photographs. Little did he realize that after purchasing his first photograph in 1977 that collecting photographic images would become a life long pursuit.

Mr. Coddington is the assistant manager at Chronicle of Higher Education whose work has appeared in USA Today, the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the San Hose Mercury News. Mr. Coddington is a contributing writer to the New York Times disunion series, and writes a monthly column for The Civil War News.

In addition to African American Faces of the Civil War: An Album, Mr. Coddington has written two other books, Faces of the Confederacy: An Album of Southern Soldiers and Their Stories, and Faces of the Civil War: An Album of Union Soldiers and Their Stories.

The lecture series was organized by award-winning historian and Charlottesville-based author, lecturer, and cartographer Rick Britton in conjunction with the Senior Center in Charlottesville.

Click here to listen to all five parts of this series.

CRN: First Men In: U.S. Paratroopers and the Fight to Save D-Day

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Jun 222007
 

In the tradition of Stephen Ambrose’s Band of Brothers, The First Men In tells the story of the American paratroopers who took on one of the most imporant and dangerous missions of World War 2. On the eve of D-Day, the 82nd Airborne division parachuted into key positions along the Normandy coast, spearheading the assault on Fortress Europe. The lightly-armed soldiers put themselves in between the vulnerable landing beaches and relentless enemy assaults, purchasing with their blood the critical hours the Allies needed to get ashore.

The author of First Men In:  U.S. Paratroopers and the Fight to Save D-Day, Ed Ruggero, joins Coy Barefoot on WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now.