This #TBT we’re talking about gangs. One friendly, the other a little more intimidating.
The most sensational inspirational celebrational Muppetational show on earth is coming back to television, re-imagined in a more contemporary mockumentary style. To tie-in with the entertainment news about The Muppets revival as well as the documentary “I am Big Bird” about Big Bird’s puppeteer, Carole Spinney (in theaters now), we are spotlighting two titles: Street Gang, the inspiring story of the pop-culture landmark that is Sesame Street, and Jim Henson, a comprehensive biography of one of the twentieth century’s most innovative artists.
Who are the One-Percenters? You can be excused for thinking that term applies only to the super-rich, but you may be interested to learn that it also refers to the self-proclaimed outlaw members of violent, criminal gangs like The Mongols.
No Angel and Under and Alone are two books by federal officers who went undercover with some of the most dangerous men in America. The classic Hunter S. Thompson book, Hell’s Angels, chronicles his time with the mother of all biker gangs: the Hells Angels. We’ve also featured Outlaws, the inside story of the global motorcycle gang that rivaled the Hells Angels.