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When The Angel Deserves To Die By Florent FSan PORTE
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"When The Angel Deserves To Die" is a compilation of three short stories by FSan PORTE, mixing fantasy with horror as well as giving personal point of views on various topics. Each story... More > is illustrated by FSan himself in a sketchy, minimalist style, unlike his usual artwork. The book also includes a preview of FSan's next project. Warning. The stories and some illustrations contain subject matters that may not be suitable for younger audiences. These subject matters include violence, gore, sexual themes, drug references and mild nudity.< Less
Los Angeles: The City of Angels By Cindy Washington
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consisted of as a metro in 1850. The metro's fabulous development was produced by its equable environment, which drew in individuals and business from all parts of the country; the development of its... More > citrus-fruit sector; the revelation of oil in the area throughout the very early 1890s; the development of its synthetic port-- its port is merely among the busiest in the United States-- and the development of the motion image industry in the really early 20th century. Today, Hollywood is a part of Los Angeles. L.a is a significant hub of shipping, manufacturing, market, and money, and is world-renowned in the amusement and communications sectors. It is a loved vacation area and generates thousands of visitors to the place each year from all over the world.< Less
Port-to-Class Supercommute: Discover the New Genre of Endurance Art By Sierra Brown
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Supercommute is an eight-week endurance urban art project that took place in the Port of Los Angeles during 2007 by Sierra Brown. Contents include a project description, media documentation,... More > photographs by Ron Stewart, and a forward by Doug Brown.< Less
Port-to-Class Supercommute: Discover the New Genre of Endurance Art By Sierra Brown
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Supercommute is an eight-week endurance urban art project that took place in the Port of Los Angeles during 2007 by Sierra Brown. Contents include a project description, media documentation,... More > photographs by Ron Stewart, and a forward by Doug Brown.< Less
Los Angeles & Redondo Railway Lines By Richard & Violet Appel
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This is a history of the Los Angeles & Redondo Railway lines. Included are some old, hard to find photos and postcard material mostly donated by OERM members. Also included is a section on the... More > Pacific Coast Steam Ship Company which used Redondo pier as one of its "ports of call".< Less
Pleasure Island By Robert Noyola
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Robert Noyola remembers people, places and events from his hometown of Port Arthur, TX, and his later life in Los Angeles, CA.
Pleasure Island By Robert Noyola
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Robert Noyola remembers people, places and events from his hometown of Port Arthur, TX, and his later life in Los Angeles, CA.
SHIPS O'BOY By CLYDE STEWART
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A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF SERVICE IN THE US COAST GUARD FROM 1958 TO 1962. BOOT CAMP ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA, GROTON, PORT ANGELES AIR STATION, BASE SEATTLE, YOCONA, MCLANE, TILLIMOOK.
SHIPS O'BOY By CLYDE STEWART
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A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF SERVICE IN THE US COAST GUARD FROM 1958 TO 1962. BOOT CAMP ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA, GROTON, PORT ANGELES AIR STATION, BASE SEATTLE, YOCONA, MCLANE, TILLIMOOK.
Lost 65.5 hours in Olympic National Park: My story of survival By Brian Gawley
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Dean Rhodes, Peninsula Daily News editor, arrived at work at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005. At about 10:45 a.m., Dean looked up and asked inquisitively, "Where's Brian?" Fellow... More > reporters Jim Casey and Raul Vasquez both stopped what they were doing, turned in unison to look at Brian's empty chair, turned back to Dean and said they didn't know. They were wondering the same thing, especially since Brian hadn't been there Monday either. "What do you mean he wasn't here Monday? Did he call in sick?" Thus was set in motion the search and rescue effort that later was described as "looking for a needle in a needlestack." The author says, "When I tell people about spending 65.5 hours lost in the wilderness in my running outfit with no food, the two questions I get most often are 'Were you scared?' and 'Did you think you were going to die?' The short answers are "At the beginning and at the end." and "No." The longer answers I hope I will provide to your satisfaction in the pages ahead."< Less