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Art Crime By Scott King
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An artist, an author, and a sculptor all face death..until a tragic common bond unifies them.
ART FOR A STEAL - A Musical Crime By Mark de Castrique & Loonis McGlohon
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In this two-act musical, the heist of the century turns into a wild comedy of errors
ART FOR A STEAL - A Musical Crime By Mark de Castrique & Loonis McGlohon
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In this two-act musical, the heist of the century turns into a wild comedy of errors
Visual Crimes By Jason Sorrell
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This collection spans 10 years of artwork by world reknowned artist Jason Sorrell. "Visual Crimes" includes his famous Demon Girls, bondage and fetish art, tattoo flash, and more. Full... More > color with all of Jason's best at your finger tips; from the classic works to the latest pieces.< Less
Next Crime By Yoko Molotov
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This is the third collection of short stories, poems and art by Yoko Molotov. Themes include haunted houses, ghosts, love and anxiety. Photography by Phoebe Digges-Elliott
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Translated By Constance Garnett In regards with books purchase please contact us by e-mail altaspera@gmail.com [CODE-ART]
Crimes and Population By Sammie Izzo et al.
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This book is a product of our investigation into dichotomies in our city. The 7th grade team at High Tech Middle Media Arts set out on a 23-mile trek through San Diego from Border State Field Park to... More > Juan Cabrillo National Monument in Point Loma. Along the way, we observed and documented dichotomies that we saw in our city. At first, we saw Water vs. Land and Dry vs. Wet as dichotomies, but deeper learning, we were able to see the differences between the past and present in San Diego.< Less
Crime and the Disabled By Roy Day Jr.
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Master Roy Day has been a person with many interests and passions throughout his life; one has always been the martial arts. Within a year of his accident, at age 18, he was introduced to two new... More > subjects, Karate and crime against the disabled. In 1995, he was introduced to wheelchair fencing. In 1997, he was U.S. National Champion in Men’s Wheelchair Epee and competed for the U.S. in the 1998 and 2002 World Championships. He was also a member of the 2000 Paralympic Team that competed in the Sydney games. In 1998, Roy began studying American Kenpo Karate with Master Robert Quinn at American Karate in Tucker, Ga. While Roy spent almost a decade competing internationally for the U.S., he spent over a decade with Mr. Quinn earning his 3rd degree Black Belt, a Master ranking, and an instructor in his Sifu’s TEST (Tactical Emergency Security Training) Program until his teacher’s tragic death. Under Master Quinn’s guidance, Roy developed Ropo Kenpo- the rolling power of Kenpo Karate and completed this book.< Less
Crimes of Humanity: The Enduring Legacy of Astrotheology and the Sacred Arts By Jared Bailey
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Crimes of Humanity is a historical account of the traditions of astrotheology, not only in epochs past, but in the modern and post-modern age as well. Ikal digs deep into the archives of history to... More > define what the astrology cults were to the societies they served, from their many functions, their expressed virtues, as well as their folly. It is fully comprehensive, suggestively critical and wholesomely educational.< Less
Crimes of Humanity: The Enduring Legacy of Astrotheology and the Sacred Arts By Leon de Ikal
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Crimes of Humanity is a historical account of the traditions of astrotheology, not only in epochs past, but in the modern and post-modern age as well. Ikal digs deep into the archives of history to... More > define what the astrology cults were to the societies they served, from their many functions, their expressed virtues, as well as their folly. It is fully comprehensive, suggestively critical and wholesomely educational.< Less