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  • Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      This album is my favorite Maiden album and a classic. What sets Maiden apart from many of the NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) bands is what amazing musicians they are. Steve Harris is one of the best bass players on the planet. Even if you are not a metal fan, you cannot help but admire his playing. Every song on this CD is great! My fav. is the title song, Number of the Beast, with its classic intro by Vincent Price. Pop in this CD and see why Iron Maiden endures as a band to this day!


  • Helvetica Vert - Modern House Number, The House Number Lab Helvetica Vert - Modern House Number, The House Number Lab - Photo

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    • housenumberlab

      The grand master of modern typefaces, Helvetica is an excellent choice for your home’s entry. For formatting the vertical element, we’ll customize it and send you a draft. Contact us if you have any questions. (shown in etched glass). The House Number Lab - www.housenumberlab.com


  • The Overachievers: The Secret Lives of Driven Kids The Overachievers: The Secret Lives of Driven Kids - Photo

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    • mamarant

      Book description: "High school isnt what it used to be. With record numbers of students competing fiercely to get into college, schools are no longer primarily places of learning. Theyre dog-eat-dog battlegrounds in which kids must set aside interests and passions in order to strategize over how to game the system. In this increasingly stressful environment, kids arent defined by their character or hunger for knowledge, but by often arbitrary scores and statistics." "In The Overachievers, journalist Alexandra Robbins delivers a poignant, funny, riveting narrative that explores how our high-stakes educational culture has spiraled out of control. During the year of her ten-year reunion, Robbins returns to her high school, where she follows students. Robbins tackles hard-hitting issues such as the student and teacher cheating epidemic, over-testing, sports rage, the black market for study drugs, and a college admissions process so cutthroat that some students are driven to depression and suicide because of a B. " I appreciated Robbins style of using real student's stories and backing them up with expert opinion, studies, and facts. Unforntunately, following a group of students' stories from beginning to end slowed the book down. I would have preferred a few stories about each student as a real world example of stress, pressure, suicide, crazy parents, kindergarten admissions, and so on. Maybe too much detail was too much of a good thing. Still it's a good read for any parent of a future high schooler, especially one considering applying for an Ivy League (or West Coast equivalent) school.


  • New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writings from the City New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writings from the City - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      A collection of very short essays (many two pages long), gravelly voiced NPR commentator Codrescu sketches finely honed portraits of a fabled city and its equally fabled inhabitants. The author, who has called the Big Easy home for two decades, shows how, like some gigantic bohemian magnet, New Orleans attracts some of the world's most talented, self-indulgent freaks. He writes about his years on carnival krews, about hours spent prowling the French Quarter, about Marie Laveau the voodoo queen and other New Orleans characters, about food and the cemeteries where people meet as if they were parks. It is a place where many people call the phone numbers of the dead and fully expect the deceased to answer. Yes, living with alligators is, as he says, "an acquired taste," but on the other hand, St. Charles Avenue "has to be the most charming boulevard in the world." With Andrei Codrescu's writing, New Orleans will never be forgotten. A fabulous book about New Orleans!.


  • The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      Cecilia (Mia Farrow), a depression-era waitress married to a brutish husband (Danny Aiello), finds her only escape at the movies, her current favorite being a light comedy about an explorer among socialites, called The Purple Rose of Cairo. She sees it so many times that the main character, Tom Baxter (Jeff Daniels), falls in love with her and steps off the screen to woo her. When news of this gets back to the movie studio, the producers send the actor who played Baxter (also Daniels) to convince Baxter to get back on the screen. The script is one of Allen's funniest and sadest and is one of my all time favorite. Not to be missed!!


  • The Eighth Day of Creation: Makers of the Revolution in Biology The Eighth Day of Creation: Makers of the Revolution in Biology - Photo

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    • sciencegeek

      Judson's book takes you back to the era of the discovery of the genetic code. This book is a great gift for the biologist in your life, and also something you might want to read if you remember your high school or college biology class well enough. One of the problems with reading science history is that you know all the punchlines ahead of time. This book manages to suspend your belief and put you into the mindset of the early practitioners of genetics and molecular biology. Those of you interested in really understanding Rosalind Franklin's contribution to the solution of the structure of DNA will also find the book informative; Judson added an additional section on this contraversy to the new edition.


  • Night Visions: The Secret Designs of Moths Night Visions: The Secret Designs of Moths - Photo

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    • szlea

      Often considered the drab stepsisters of the beautiful butterflies, moths finally get their due in Joseph Scheer's Night Vision: The Secret Designs of Moths. By using a high-resolution scanner and high-tech digital printing technology, he brings forth the subtleties and varieties of color and textures that moths show. What started out as a fine art print installation has now expanded into a biodiversity project with a significant number of specimens. This book features 150 prints selected from Scheer’s extensive collection.


  • The Elements of Style Illustrated - William Strunk Jr. The Elements of Style Illustrated - William Strunk Jr. - Photo

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    • StraightLine

      Some things never go out of style and this fabulous little book, The Elements of Style by William Strunk, is one of those things. My daughter pointed this book out to me in hopes that I would give it to her for Christmas last year. When I went back to the store to buy it for her, it was sold out. By the time it was re-stocked, Christmas was a memory and her birthday was looming on the horizon. I immediately snatched up a copy for her and one for me. Not only will you find the essential rules of grammar within its pages, the illustrations by Maira Kalman are simply delightful. A must have for any writer or better yet, a non-writer that needs help!


  • The Black Book of Hollywood Beauty Secrets The Black Book of Hollywood Beauty Secrets - Photo

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    • StraightLine

      When I'm off to a relaxing resort or cruising the Caribbean, the last thing I want to do is take along a book that makes me think. It's a holiday after all. That's why The Black Book of Hollywood Beauty Secrets is just perfect. I'll find out all the inside gossip on what celebs do to make themselves beautiful like Kate Beckinsale's three-baths-a-day regimen or Cindy Crawford's secret to beautiful skin-- a regular dose of "leftover milk from her kids' bottles and equal parts mineral water," applied with a spray bottle...o-k-a-y...and it will all be light, dishy and fun.


  • Find the Constellations Find the Constellations - Photo

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    • espy

      This classic is just a clear, useful and kid-friendly now as it was then. An essential pick for any kid's library


  • YOYO32 (SuGoBo) - The secret language of jewelry YOYO32 (SuGoBo) - The secret language of jewelry - Photo

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    • Jennienina

      I recently discovered YoYo32 from Israeli designer Yorini. The line has Kabbalah and Judaic jewelry made from silver and leather. I thought I would see them in New York at the Israeli Export booths but couldn't find them. I can't figure out how to get my hands on any yet to buy. When I do, I'll update this post. Until then, this link is to the German distributor of their line.


  • The Classic Edition of the Beijing Olympic Torch The Classic Edition of the Beijing Olympic Torch - Photo

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    • silhyon

      A piece of the 2008 Olympics sitting on your desk, what better way can you show that you are a true fan of the games. Numbered Limited Edition, IOC-approved three-dimensional torch replica..Whatever that means. At $500.00 you can give your friends something cool to look at, just don't set it on fire and run down the street looking for the nearest trash can to light.


  • The Math Behind the Beauty The Math Behind the Beauty - Photo

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    • Taffastrophe

      I'm a math geek. I admit it freely. How bad am I? Sometimes I'll see if a license plate is mathematically pleasing. An example: I see a license plate, 276 XMQ. I immediately assign numbers to each of the letters, according to their position in the alphabet. X = 24, M = 13, Q = 17. Then, I add up the numbers. 2+7+6+24+13+17 = 69. Now, 69 divided by the total number of numbers, 6, gives you 10.5. That's not an even number; there's a remainder. So, 276 XMQ isn't appealing to me. But, if it were 576 XMQ, I'd have 72 divided by 6 = 12, a round number, and thus a good thing. Sometimes I'll see a plate like 113 565 on a truck. 113 goes into 565 exactly 5 times. That also pleases me. Yes. I told you. I'm a math geek. Anyway, this website takes the age-old "Golden Ratio," which has governed everything from Art to Architecture to Beauty, and gives you an idea of why we find certain people attractive, as well as why we like things like sunflowers. (If you believe in this kind of stuff, anyway.) Jessica Simpson is given as an example of a near-perfect face, which only goes to show that the rule has NO power over a person's brains. The guy behind this theory has a website, too. This is a link where he explains how women should apply makeup to maximize their Golden Ratio. Very interesting... http://www.beautyanalysis.com/index2_mba.htm Anyway... I love this site. Enjoy!


  • Find the Monkey Game Find the Monkey Game - Photo

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    • tatorandtots

      Ironically, I've mentioned the word "fez" at least half a dozen times this week. Which is a bit unusual for me. Unlike "monkey." I must say "find the monkey" at least once a day. It was a New Year's Resolution of mine.


  • Finding The Perfect Stair Lift Finding The Perfect Stair Lift - Photo

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      Finding the perfect stair lift. Stair lifts serve the purpose of moving individuals up and down the stairs with ease and comfort. They are utilized by people who are in a wheel chair or have bad knees and other medical concerns that make climbing stairs a big dilemma. Stair lifts are ideal for older people and women in their pregnancy stage as well. They can be found in different locations such as shopping malls, restaurants, hospitals, or other establishments that have several floors stair lift reviews....


  • Stuff White People Like: A Definitive Guide to the Unique Taste of Millions Stuff White People Like: A Definitive Guide to the Unique Taste of Millions - Photo

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    • Yournewbestfriend

      Christian Lander's hilarious take on "white people" activities and likes was originally a genius blog, and has now been printed into a laudable book. "They love nothing better than sipping free-trade gourmet coffee, leafing through the Sunday New York Times, and listening to David Sedaris on NPR (ideally all at the same time). Apple products, indie music, food co-ops, and vintage T-shirts make them weak in the knees.You know who they are: They’re white people. And they’re here, and you’re gonna have to deal. Fortunately, here’s a book that investigates, explains, and offers advice for finding social success with the Caucasian persuasion. So kick back on your IKEA couch and lose yourself in the ultimate guide to the unbearable whiteness of being." The entire book is this funny. Read it!


  • The United Heart: The United Heart of OBAMA The United Heart: The United Heart of OBAMA - Photo

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    • MosnarMedia

      The United Heart is a combination of ancient symbolism and modern technology. Azar's designs are diverse, yet have one unique feature in common, the use of magnetic forces that join two interdependent sides of an object together to become one. Designs are available featuring pendants, rings, earrings and bracelets in sterling silver, gold, diamonds or platinum. Custom made, one-of a-kind pieces and numbered limited editions are being offered. Azar relates that the United Heart collection is available in flexible price segments ranging from affordable luxury to custom luxury. She stresses that it was very important to her that The United Heart of Obama would be a symbol of unity that everyone could afford.


  • The Magic Numbers Charity T-Shirt The Magic Numbers Charity T-Shirt - Photo

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    • chad

      I don't listen to the Magic Numbers nearly as much as i should and i'm embarrassed to admit that before this page I didn't know they were two sets of siblings. For the shirt, the band teamed up with the Yellow Bird Project to raise money for the AIDS society. All the the profits from this shirt will go directly to them.


  • Athina: The Dark Side Of Victory Athina: The Dark Side Of Victory - Photo

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    • dancenight

      Controversial, well-researched and well-written intriguing, captivating book about issues relating to religion and human rights that affect us today, just as they affected us thousands of years ago. Every religious and non-religious person should read this book. The author uses historical facts and twists them with fiction. The main character in the book, young Athina, finds herself chosen, probably against her will, to be a role model, the type that would be the envy of many fictional heroines and real girls. I found the age range of the characters to be very important, from very young girls to very, very old women (and men). It was very satisfying how the author, even though the period of the book is ancient Greece, made the book easy to read by using ordinary situations like girls learning from family members who are teachers or potters, competing with one another, participating in great debates affecting not only Greece and Rome, but also the rest of the world, and other situations familiar to us today to make very grand points about human rights, wo mens' religious and non-religious issues. It was very fitting that the Olympics was used as the background for this book. It allowed the author to display how female power was taken over by men, and it allowed me to see what the girls and women chose to do about it. The old belief that Zeus founded the games was disputed by these women, who insisted that Hera was the founder. Just this week on the game show Jeopardy, one of the categories had an answer that stated that Zeus was the founder of the Olympics. This was what the women in the book disputed and inspired them to make all the earth-shattering changes that they did. Because the book is one of a series, I can't wait to find out what will happen to that Roman Emperor who seems to have been lured by the women to invade Greece, now that they have him under their control. The intellectual (and physical) battles for truth in this book make it a must-read. Before I read the book, I found great excerpts from it <a href="http://www.morgansloanebooks.com/preview.html">here</a>