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The Pepper Tree By Michael Jenison
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Jacob Mango and Linda Bang make a pilgrimage on St. Patricks Day to the King Of All Missions "San Luis Rey" in Oceanside, California. Spiritual sayings and expressions heal their friendship... More > at The Pepper Tree.< Less
Rob Pepper's Lonely He Arts Boy Band By Rob Pepper
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Rob Pepper's Lonely He Arts Boy Band follows the artist's drawings through the month of November 2006. 30 drawings were created and written responses from male friends and colleagues with no rules... More > except to keep the text between 1 and 1000 words. The final book is a wonderful reflection of manhood in the early 21st Century, there is a bit of poetry, talk of money, religion, war, football, universal truth (for and against) and unlike Girls Aloud not a penis joke in sight.< Less
B.A.D WORDS the alphabet music of Ah'reek Marshall By Arik Marshall
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Ahreek Marshall's 'alphabet music' (as he describes the various poems in this book) sing of a deep spirituality, a connection and reverence for Nature and Native American cultures, the more than... More > ever importance of artistic integrity and emphasis on authentic creativity needed in today's 'fast food' society, the playfulness, magic and wisdom of children, an almost religious attitude toward 'real' music, raw sexuality, tender romance,Muhammad Ali, beautiful aliens, loneliness, 'foolosophy', bi-raciality and more. Central to this literary landscape is the consistent theme of (to paraphrase Don Cornelius)truth, love & soul! Throughout this collection there is an emphasis on the concept of balancing apparent opposites: Nature and technology, black and white, male and female, silly and serious, Earthly and otherworldly, etc. 'B.A.D WORDS' is a deeply felt poetic offering of a unique yet universal in-look and out-look on what it means to be alive and to strive for self evolution in the 21st century. < Less
B.A.D WORDS the alphabet music of Ah'reek Marshall By Arik Marshall
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Ahreek Marshall's 'alphabet music' (as he describes the various poems in this book) sing of a deep spirituality, a connection and reverence for Nature and Native American cultures, the more than ever... More > importance of artistic integrity and emphasis on authentic creativity needed in today's 'fast food' society, the playfulness, magic and wisdom of children, an almost religious attitude toward 'real' music, raw sexuality, tender romance,Muhammad Ali, beautiful aliens, loneliness, 'foolosophy', bi-raciality and more. Central to this literary landscape is the consistent theme of (to paraphrase Don Cornelius)truth, love & soul! Throughout this collection there is an emphasis on the concept of balancing apparent opposites: Nature and technology, black and white, male and female, silly and serious, Earthly and otherworldly, etc. 'B.A.D WORDS' is a deeply felt poetic offering of a unique yet universal in-look and out-look on what it means to be alive and to strive for self evolution in the 21st century.< Less
Dali's Dead - Funeral Friday By B. Richards
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A young shell-shocked soldier arrives in St. Ives, Cornwall on VE Day 1945 . The locals nick-name him 'Dali'. In a series of vignettes taken from each decade we build up a portrait of Dali as... More > reflected in the lives of the people who knew him. Peppered in pithy observations about love and life- at times hilarious, at times poignant - DALI'S DEAD FUNERAL FRIDAY is full of the joy of just being alive.< Less
Dali's Dead - Funeral Friday By B. Richards
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A young shell-shocked soldier arrives in St. Ives, Cornwall on VE Day 1945 . The locals nick-name him 'Dali'. In a series of vignettes taken from each decade we build up a portrait of Dali as... More > reflected in the lives of the people who knew him. Peppered in pithy observations about love and life- at times hilarious, at times poignant - DALI'S DEAD FUNERAL FRIDAY is full of the joy of just being alive.< Less
Conversations With George Harrison: End of the Line By Sussan Evermore, Ronald Ritter
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Sitting with Sussan the host and listening to George talk about his life, loves and music became more than what I expected. George has a dry sense of humor, straight forward, tells it how he sees... More > it, funny and understanding of his own short comings. Please join us as we talk to one of most famous and interesting people of our time. Whether you are a Beatle or George Harrison fan isn't important as you will enjoy the book equally. This is not a traditional biography, as all the facts and motions of his life are easily available. This is his understanding of his life from a higher place, his perception and ability to view his life free from judgment.< Less
Ugly Water By Joe Wood
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On January 17, 1894, a handcuffed 24 year old African-American man was taken to a bridge by the people of Valley Park, Missouri, and a rope was placed around his neck. This is the story. A book by... More > new author Joe Wood. "...an interesting tale, peppered with real-life accounts...of a dark page from the city's past."-St. Louis Post-Dispatch< Less
Ugly Water By Joe Wood
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On January 17, 1894, a handcuffed 24 year old African-American man was taken to a bridge by the people of Valley Park, Missouri, and a rope was placed around his neck. This is the story. A book by... More > new author Joe Wood. "...an interesting tale, peppered with real-life accounts...of a dark page from the city's past."-St. Louis Post-Dispatch< Less
Anthony Kiedis: Best Rock Icon Ever By Steve Miller
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Antony Kiedis, a 51 years old American singer and lyricist who sporadically performs and he is widely known as the lead vocalist of the American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. He was born in Grand... More > Rapids, Michigan in the United States on the 1st of November 1962. His parents split up when he was very young and, until the age of twelve, he lived with his mother, Peggy, in Michigan. In the early years of adolescence, he started smoking marijuana and later on tried heroin, cocaine, and Quaaludes. In 1982, Kiedis found stimulation for his singing styling from the strike song, “The Message,” from Grandmaster Flash as well as the Furious Five. He set up a band with friends Slovak and Flea; even though they were already in another bands. In the long run, the band turned out to be recognized as the Red Hot Chili Peppers.< Less