An American gothic... In the early 1990s, Tommy Morrison, a young roughneck from the hinterland of Jay, Oklahoma, burst onto the scene to become one of the most controversial fighters of his era. As an undefeated prospect with a crippling left hook, Morrison attracted plenty of attention (and criticism) from boxing insiders, but it was his starring role in Rocky V that propelled him to the brink of stardom-and ultimately lead to his tragic downfall.
Horsewoman Lynn Acton demonstrates that by providing our horses with the security and protection they desire, they then accept our rules and put us in charge. Our leadership becomes more effective, there is less anxiety and fewer behaviour problems. Illustrated with practical examples of real horses in everyday life.
Where to fish in Ireland is a delightful problem to consider. There is a vast range of waters, from small intimate loughs to waters so large it would take a lifetime to explore. 'The Ultimate of Irish Dreams' is the probably the most comprehensive guide to fishing in Ireland ever compiled and is invaluable when you are deciding where to fish in Ireland in varying conditions. The book comprises some 430 pages stuffed with 850 entries covering the coarse fishing counties in 12 Counties across Ireland, but unlike some guides we have not sought to list every piece of water simply to bulk out the numbers - many of which are unfishable anyway - but instead have concentrated on providing a broad spread of locations to suit anglers of all levels of experience of the Irish scene. Fishing in Ireland is an amazing experience and we hope 'The Ultimate of Irish Dreams' will allow you to maximise your enjoyment.
Irish rugby has produced many charismatic figures over its history. None more than Willie Anderson. Crossing The Line is the story of a life challenged by sectarianism, alcohol addiction, and personal tragedy. It is the story of a triumph over adversity.
A reckoning with one of our most beloved art forms, whose past and present are shaped by gender, racial, and class inequities?and a look inside the fight for its future Every day, in dance studios all across America, legions of little children line up at the barre to take ballet class. This time in the studio shapes their lives, instilling lessons about gender, power, bodies, and their place in the world both in and outside of dance.