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Leon Hicks: Iconic Caper / Dancing By Leon Hicks & Olivia Lahs-Gonzales
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This book features a new series of drawings by African-American artist Leon Hicks exhibited at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis from February 24 - June 30, 2007. For 50 years, virtuoso artist,... More > theoretician and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Art at Webster University in St. Louis, Leon Hicks has created works that are aesthetically beautiful and conceptually complex. This book presents a selection from three new series: “Iconic Caper/Dancing,” “The Hip-Hop Allergories,” and "Three Sinks X Series, Iconic Caper/Dancing: Special Series." Hicks has an M.F.A degree in printmaking and an M.A. in painting from the State University of Iowa and a B.S. in painting and sculpture from Kansas State University. He also studied Art History at Stanford University, La Romita School of Art and at Atlanta University. Hicks has exhibited nationally and internationally and his works are in numerous public and private collections.< Less
Leon Hicks: Iconic Caper / Dancing By Olivia Lahs-Gonzales & Leon Hicks
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This book features a new series of drawings by African-American artist Leon Hicks exhibited at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis from February 24 - June 30, 2007. For 50 years, virtuoso artist,... More > theoretician and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Art at Webster University in St. Louis, Leon Hicks has created works that are aesthetically beautiful and conceptually complex. This book presents a selection from three new series: “Iconic Caper/Dancing,” “The Hip-Hop Allergories,” and "Three Sinks X Series, Iconic Caper/Dancing: Special Series." Hicks has an M.F.A degree in printmaking and an M.A. in painting from the State University of Iowa and a B.S. in painting and sculpture from Kansas State University. He also studied Art History at Stanford University, La Romita School of Art and at Atlanta University. Hicks has exhibited nationally and internationally and his works are in numerous public and private collections.< Less
Why the Chimes Rang: A Play in One Act By Elizabeth A. (Elizabeth Apthorp) McFadden
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Raymond Macdonald Alden (1873–1924) was an American scholar... More > and educator.Born in New Hartford, N. Y., he studied at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and at the University of Pennsylvania, from which he graduated in 1894 with a Ph.D. He took post-graduate studies there at Penn and at Harvard. In 1894-95 he was instructor in English at Columbian (now George Washington) University; in 1896-97 assistant in English at Harvard; and in 1898-99 senior fellow in English at the University of Pennsylvania. He was chosen to fill the position of assistant professor of English literature and rhetoric at Leland Stanford, Jr., University in 1899, then became associate professor there in 1909. He accepted the chair of English at the University of Illinois in 1911. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_Macdonald_Alden< Less
Cross of Echoes By Dennis Shay
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Chester Smith, a 23 yr-old, wheelchair-bound black youth from the hinterlands of Mississippi is a graduate student at Stanford University when he volunteers for a hypnosis experiment at the medical... More > school. Lo! In repeated trances, he unexpectedly regresses 2000 years to a past life as Jesus Christ. He even utters ancient Aramaic, Christ’s principle language. Dr. Shonna Rice, heading this research, proclaims that past-life regressions are pure fabrication. But when the media learns of Chester, it hypes him till the Christian world spins into religious frenzy. Even the Vatican sends over a pair of sleuthing priests to investigate. Young Chester achieves true superstar status. Here’s the crux: might he, in fact, be the Second Coming or a channel for the Lamb of God or is he something far different? God only knows!< Less
Cross of Echoes By Dennis Shay
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Chester Smith, a 23 yr-old, wheelchair-bound black youth from the hinterlands of Mississippi is a graduate student at Stanford University when he volunteers for a hypnosis experiment at the medical... More > school. Lo! In repeated trances, he unexpectedly regresses 2000 years to a past life as Jesus Christ. He even utters ancient Aramaic, Christ’s principle language. Dr. Shonna Rice, heading this research, proclaims that past-life regressions are pure fabrication. But when the media learns of Chester, it hypes him till the Christian world spins into religious frenzy. Even the Vatican sends over a pair of sleuthing priests to investigate. Young Chester achieves true superstar status. Here’s the crux: might he, in fact, be the Second Coming or a channel for the Lamb of God or is he something far different? God only knows!< Less
Let Not Man Put Asunder: The Enoch Chronicles By G.D. Kessler
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Danny and Donny Ronson, identical twins from an Asian Mother and African-American Father, were never closer than when they attended Stanford University together. They may not have been the best... More > students but they did know how to party, and they did know how to pass tests. Their ability to share their thoughts and communicate sub-vocally was a great help. Owing a large sum of money to one of the campus drug pushers, they volunteer to take a test that pays for participation. It is a study designed to reveal and measure telepathic ability. They are the only candidates to ace the test. The CIA is notified and sends a team to kidnap them. The CIA have their own agenda. And thus starts the Ronson twins’ strange and harrowing journey.< Less
States & Capitals: A Discovery Kids Book By Andrea Arnold
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Perfect for learning the United States and capitals, this book contains a full-color, flashcard-style page for each state. Each page shows the state's two-letter abbreviation, the state's name, a... More > picture of the state, and the state's capital. The book begins with a page showing all 50 states with their two-letter abbreviation as a hint to help your child name them. Andrea Arnold has a Bachelor's Degree in English from Stanford University, and also holds a Master's Degree in Education. She has published hundreds of books and learning aids for all audiences over the last 25 years. She lives in the Seattle area with her husband and four wonderful children (two teens, a tween, and a toddler).< Less
Let Not Man Put Asunder: The Enoch Chronicles By G.D. Kessler
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Danny and Donny Ronson, identical twins from an Asian Mother and African-American Father, were never closer than when they attended Stanford University together. They may not have been the best... More > students but they did know how to party, and they did know how to pass tests. Their ability to share their thoughts and communicate sub-vocally was a great help. Owing a large sum of money to one of the campus drug pushers, they volunteer to take a test that pays for participation. It is a study designed to reveal and measure telepathic ability. They are the only candidates to ace the test. The CIA is notified and sends a team to kidnap them. The CIA have their own agenda. And thus starts the Ronson twins’ strange and harrowing journey.< Less
Evaluation of The 2015 DoD Cyber Strategy: Mild Progress in A Complex And Dynamic Military Domain By Jeffrey L. Caton
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Cyberspace may be the ultimate dual-edged sword—the bright hope of its great intellectual and communicative potential is in contrast to its dark reality to enable havoc and destruction. In... More > April 2015, then-Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter unveiled his department’s new guidance on how the U.S. military should address the myriad challenges emerging in the cyberspace domain to a group of technology-savvy leaders gathered at Stanford University. The 2015 Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Strategy builds upon the foundation of a 2011 strategy and stays true to its three primary missions, as well as overarching national security strategies—but can the new strategy work? In this monograph, Mr. Jeffrey Caton explores various aspects of this question by examining the historical context, traditional strategy elements, subsequent DoD action, and whole-of-government approach contained within the 2015 DoD Cyber Strategy.< Less
Greed to Green By David Gottfried
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One man’s journey -- From greedy real estate developer to a founder of the green building movement. David Gottfried transformed not only his life, but also the world. He started his career as... More > a successful real estate developer in Washington, D.C., during the go-go ’80s, pursuing wealth and maximum consumption. With the market crash in the early ’90s, he had an epiphany that led to his pioneering role in the green building movement. Gottfried’s twenty-year journey involved great personal struggle as he broke from the traditional teachings of his successful father, of Stanford University, and of his wealthy developer cousins. He then turned his life around to take on the $3 trillion global building industry—pushing it to embrace sustainability. Through his inspirational story, David Gottfried teaches us that we can change our industries and ourselves, and help the planet in the process.< Less

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