02-27-2017  5:02 pm      •     
McMenamins
A meaningful memoir by an introspective soul who has arrived at a peaceful place where he's perfectly comfortable in his own skin

Actor/artist/author Clay Rivers has certainly held a variety of jobs over the course of his career: graphic designer, teddy bear in the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, Donald Duck at Disney World, and bit roles on such TV series as "Charmed" and in movies like "She's All That."


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How do you think you'd fare in similar circumstances? Fortunately, Tenisha's doing fine now (cross your fingers), and the sky's the limit

"I wrote this book as a guide for young women so that they won't make the same mistakes I've made… I really needed someone to step in and show me that I could be so much more…"


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Transforming Your Worst Qualities Into Your Biggest Assets

The kind of advice everyone wishes to have during a personal crisis


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By Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Edited by Abby Wolf

A sparkling retrospective with over three decades of writing on race, literature, culture, history and music


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Hawaiian author goes behind North Koreas iron curtain

"A spellbinding debut reminiscent of Memoirs of a Geisha"

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What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment

Book Review: Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment


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'I think that what people will get out of these comments in the Bible is how pertinent, how important and how applicable the ancient texts are to our modern-day life'

The author of 25 books, here he talks about his latest, 'NIV Lessons from Life Bible'


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83-year-old revolutionized children's books by touching on ideas of disobedience and fear

NEW YORK (AP) -- Maurice Sendak didn't think of himself as a children's author, but as an author who told the truth about childhood.


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Regardless of what has triggered the escalation of the bullying phenomenon, parents, educators and legislators are only belatedly catching on to the need to intervene

America is presently plagued by a bullying epidemic which has resulted in literally millions of kids skipping classes, changing schools and even dropping out entirely. Regardless of what has triggered the escalation of the phenomenon, parents, educators and legislators are only belatedly catching on to the need to intervene and to the fact that the perpetrators have to be held accountable for their behavior.


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the average African-American is likely to have a potentially-serious brush with the law at some point, even if it's just a profile stop that never leads to any charges

'Many go to jail having been wrongfully convicted of crimes they did not commit. Others will go to jail because of a lack of economic opportunities; and others go to jail simply because they did not have someone to show them a better way.'

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