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The Art of Recycling book event at the JCC of Staten Island.
The many authors of Boulevard Books at a BWAC event in Red Hook, Bklyn
Boulevard Books author and artist Chris Spollen
Boulevard Books authors at Barnes & Noble
Teaching artists listen to a presentation on The Art of Recycling
Author Avi Gvili discusses the history of recycling at Snug Harbor
Author, Independence Party chairman Frank MacKay's new book
Book release of Life & Love & the Like
Author Avi Gvili and poet John Fox at book event sponsored by SI Arts
Boulevard Books author Frank Vetro heats up the air waves on his radio show
Boulevard Books authors Palma Mingozzi and June Palo at the Garibaldi Museum
Chris Spollen discusses The Art of Recycling at Barnes & Noble
Illustrator Jing Bao discusses her new book, The Silly School at Barnes & Noble
Author Avi Gvili at Barnes & Noble
Excited fans of Baseball's Greatest Players by author Frank MacKay
Packed house for Boulevard Books event at Barnes & Noble National Book Festival
Barnes & Noble book event
Boulevard Books authors at Barnes & Noble for the National Teen Book Festival
The Art of Recycling book event at Snug Harbor in Staten Island
The Art of Recycling book event
Chris Spollen discussing the Art of recycling at the Greenbelt Conservancy
Staten Island Arts and Boulevard Books at the Greenbelt
The Art of Recycling book event with Staten Island Arts at the Greenbelt
A line out the door for the book release of Soul Bonding by Marty the Psychic
Author Avi Gvili discusses Power & Kindness with young people
Superheros and You book event at a NYC Elementary school
An adorable fan of Samson Turner & the Legend of Hercules
Delighted fans of Soul Bonding by Marty the Psychic
Our new publication--Soul Bonding: One Woman's Journey as a Psychic Medium
Book signing for Soul Bonding by Marty the Psychic
Avi Gvili reads from Life & Love & the Like at Everything Goes Book Cafe in SI
Opening night for The Fiendish Fiends, a play by author Avi Gvili
The Fiendish Fiends on NY 1 news
Artist Chris Spollen signs up with Boulevard Books
Author Avi Gvili interviewed by NY 1 News
Book signing for The Art of Recycling by Chris Spollen and Avi Gvili
The Art of Recycling book event at the SI JCC on NY 1 News
Book event at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) in Red Hook
One of our many exciting book events!
Barnes & Noble book release of The Quest for Olympus by Avi Gvili
Book event at Everything Goes Book Cafe
Faces of Evil at SIABC
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The Love of the Game is a fascinating look at the numbers that make up the history of baseball in America. With style and a passion for the details of this great sport, the authors present the statistics of such great players as Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Derek Jeter, Manny Ramirez and many more. A must read for anyone interested in the numbers behind American baseball!
Ring Songs is a fight card of short stories where every round centers on a boxer answering the bell, the moment when hot blood rushes to the brain and he takes the first steps into the primal arena of his own self-defense. Step into the ring and experience the stories that show the humanity that lies within the boxer's beating heart.
Come take a heart-warming trip in this collection of contemporary short stories as we find the sweet romance and illuminating drama within the moments of our lives. Life, then, throws open the curtain to reveal the suspense and rich meaning in the stories from the everyday.
"What About the Rest of Us" offers a model for political change that is the driving force behind The Independence Party. Frank MacKay, New York State and national chairman of the party, offers a simple and straightforward platform that promotes political independence and "centered and pragmatic leadership."
The use of the "N' word degrades our African-American communities. Gregory Dickerson takes a historical journey through the eyes of Steven, a young man who learns the pain associated with this word, and who decides to make a change for the better. "Steven" will encourage young men and women everywhere to reconsider their use of the 'N' word and encourage others to do the same.
Intaglio Printmaking, at once modern while having in it the ancient processes of art, is presented here in original color etchings of NYC by Dennis Green, award winning printmaker and former member of Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop. With philosophical wit and depth, he presents how the technique of printmaking marries function and form in new and surprising ways. Students will discover here a stimulating guide for all ages.
Before Uber there was a transportation system fueled by the desire to assist our fellow man. Hitching to Sea Level recounts a journey in search of the appreciation we're certain is due us. Along the way souls are saved, security guards fired and a treasure is unearthed at a cat's internment. Follow Pete Kearney as he hitchhikes down to the Snug harbors across the northeast of the United States, meeting fascinating people and discussing philosophy with the ghosts of former seamen
The Entitlement of the Soul is a collection of poems that speak to the heart and soul of every man and woman. Poet, artist, humanitarian, Palma Mingozzi uses words to illuminate the wonder of life even as she describes such subjects as death, loss, injustice and sorrow with lyrical lucidity and philosophical playfulness. This collection will take you on a trip through the bigness of life, and have you feel wonder at the insights poetry can bring to the forefront of life.
In this volume of magical images and suspenseful stories, Chris Spollen and Avi Gvili masterfully transform objects from our everyday surroundings into works of art and imagination, inhabiting our world with incredible, other worldly beings and machines, and transforming the way we think about discarded material from one of forgotten refuse to fantastic recyclables. What is ordinarily thrown away and disregarded takes on new meaning. The Art of Recycling is a book that shows how art and conservation can be the same magnificent thing!
Samson Turner, a video game loving teenager, finds out he is endowed with the strength of Hercules, the legendary superhero. With his loyal friend, Leo, and the beautiful warrior, Trinity Marks, they set out to stop Gideon Nefaris and his henchmen from possessing the Orb of Orpheus, an ancient object that grants unlimited power. Join Samson and his friends as they travel into the world of Greek gods and mythical monsters.
Samson Turner and his super powered friends, Trinity, Leo and Appolonia are off on another adventure, but this time it is against Death itself. Hades, lord of the underworld, is coming for Samson's soul, and the only way to stop him is to retrieve the Amulet of Immortality, the powerful object that is the source of the Olympian's everlasting youth. Join Samson and his friends as they set off for a quest that will take them to the land of the fierce Amazon warriors and down to the dark depths of Tartarus where Medusa awaits them in a world of Greek Mythology and modern day superheroes!
On the New Year's Eve of the year 2000, a farmer named Lin Shenggen from Henan Province brings his wife Huang Xia who is pregnant with their second child all the way to Beijing so as to make a proper living there and avoid the inspection of the local Family Planning Commission. They look forward to the birth of a son so as to carry on their family name. Unfortunately, they are met with a series of blows in this strange land and eventually get sent back to their original registered birthplace. On the train home, Lin Shenggen loses track of Huang Xia completely.
Ever wonder what it must have been like to live aboard a lighthouse? Have you ever considered the lighthouse's point of view? The Lucky Lighthouse is a historical coloring book based on the sparkplug lighthouse in the Upper New York Bay, the Robbins Reef Lighthouse. Written in vivid verse with detailed illustrations, and accompanied by clever puzzles and games, The Lucky Lighthouse depicts what life was like for Kate Walker and her family, who lived in the house from 1883 to 1919, then chronicles the lighthouse's subsequent struggles after no longer being occupied by a keeper, then celebrating its restoration, repairs, and bright future after the Noble Maritime Museum, Staten Island NY, was granted stewardship of the light.
In this book of insightful numbers and statistical reference, the MacKays give us a wide view of the magnificent athletes that is the game of baseball. Position players such as Mike Lowell and Hideki Matsui, pitchers such as Bronson Arroyo and A.J. Burnett and many more highlight the pages of this volume of sports history that will take you on a journey through America's favorite pastime.
The psychic medium has been with us since the days of the mythical soothsayers who divined the fates of kings and queens. Marty the Psychic is the modern Cassandra who uses her gift to help the police as well as many seekers of answers to the mysteries of life. Join her in an unforgettable journey into the unknown.
Join us on a fantasy filled journey as we take a trip into The Silly School, a place where learning takes place next to rocket ships, talking mirrors and gigantic, comfortable pillows. Stephen Ukeiley, Suffolk County judge, weaves a magical tale of students who love to learn because their school is imaginative and deep. The Silly School will have parents laughing out loud with their children while discussing the importance of education for future success!
On February 8, 2006, Frank Vetro, the young, popular principal of a school in eastern Long Island, saw his life dramatically altered. On that day, he was arrested and effectively labeled a terrorist who had hidden under the guise of a New York educator. In Standing on Principal, he shares his personal story, detailing his arrest, his nights in jail, the court proceedings, and the subsequent fight to clear his name after the alleged scandal was nurtured into the national limelight. Telling a real-life story of deception and scandal, Standing on Principal exposes rogue elements of a system that underestimated the tenacious character of its accused and shows how Vetro sacrificed everything as he refused to be intimidated by a political machine.
Asaliah was the only unhappy Guardian Angel of Paradise, so he requested and obtained from God to return to their robes half-human, to live his life with the neurosurgeon who had known, in that operating room where he was last operated. He married and had Yezalel, his daughter, but, unfortunately, his life was overshadowed by the presence of demonic entities that haunted her, coming to abduct her child, at the age of five years, to lead her to hell, where learned a terrible truth.
The Chromatic therapy restores the mind, converts stress into energy, helps with stresses of the past, takes away anxiety and fear, detoxifies and helps the lymphatic system. It helps to regenerate cells, balances the mind and entire body, and is in harmony with the feminine and masculine. It opens the soul. It is believed by many professionals that colors have great benefits specific to each person. Using objects of one particular color or a scheme of colors of paint is immensely beneficial to the restoration of the physical aspect as well as mental and spiritual aspect.
European Decorative Art of the XIXth Century by Fabio Thaci is an art book for the ages. Useful for the professional and student alike, it will amaze and delight anyone interested in the magnificent decorative art of the 19th century. Giants of the art world such as Klimt are here, as well as lesser known names. Professional designers will find in page after page of this book, ideas that will stimulate their imaginations and improve their craft immeasurably.
"Mrs. Pecora And Her Purple Hat" is the first book in a series that celebrates life, family, and the memories that are created around the dinner table. The series takes Mrs. Pecora and her family through their journey of ordinary days which becomes an extraordinary life and story. The book was inspired by family, traditions, family stories and a drawing made by the author's granddaughter. In the drawing the author's purple hair looks like an eggplant and "Mrs. Pecora And Her Purple Hat" was born.