everything must go

Everything Must Go
Author: Kevin Coval
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Release Date: 2019-10-01
Pages: 112
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A unique artistic tribute to a Chicago neighborhood lost to gentrification: “Kevin Coval made me understand what it is to be a poet” (Chance the Rapper, Grammy winner and activist). Everything Must Go is an illustrated collection of poems in the spirit of a graphic novel, a collaboration between poet Kevin Coval and illustrator Langston Allston. The book celebrates Chicago’s Wicker Park in the late 1990s, Coval’s home as a young artist, the ancestral neighborhood of his forebears, and a vibrant enclave populated by colorful characters. Allston’s illustrations honor the neighborhood as it once was, before gentrification remade it. The book excavates and mourns that which has been lost in transition and serves as a template for understanding the process of displacement and reinvention currently reshaping American cities. “Chicago’s unofficial poet laureate.” —NPR

Everything Must Go
Author: Luts
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Release Date: 2020-06
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A Photobook by Luts. 'Everything Must Go' is a collection of photographs capturing stolen moments in time, where the confluence of people and objects weave themes of consumerism, inequality and alienation with tenderness. While Luts allows these themes to breathe, a simple reading is subtly but consistently undermined by an awkward realism, irony or unique happenstance.

Everything Must Go
Author: Jenny Fran Davis
Publisher: Wednesday Books
Release Date: 2017-10-03
Pages: 320
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Flora Goldwasser has fallen in love. She won't admit it to anyone, but something about Elijah Huck has pulled her under. When he tells her about the hippie Quaker school he attended in the Hudson Valley called Quare Academy, where he'll be teaching next year, Flora gives up her tony upper east side prep school for a life on a farm, hoping to woo him. A fish out of water, Flora stands out like a sore thumb in her vintage suits among the tattered tunics and ripped jeans of the rest of the student body. When Elijah doesn't show up, Flora must make the most of the situation and will ultimately learn more about herself than she ever thought possible. Told in a series of letters, emails, journal entries and various ephemera, Jenny Fran Davis's Everything Must Go lays out Flora's dramatic first year for all to see, embarrassing moments and all.

Everything Must Go
Author: Timothy McKisson Mennel
Publisher:
Release Date: 2007
Pages: 1071
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Every Thing Must Go
Author: James Ladyman
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Release Date: 2007-07-05
Pages: 346
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Every Thing Must Go argues that the only kind of metaphysics that can contribute to objective knowledge is one based specifically on contemporary science as it really is, and not on philosophers' a priori intuitions, common sense, or simplifications of science. In addition to showing how recent metaphysics has drifted away from connection with all other serious scholarly inquiry as a result of not heeding this restriction, they demonstrate how to build a metaphysicscompatible with current fundamental physics ('ontic structural realism'), which, when combined with their metaphysics of the special sciences ('rainforest realism'), can be used to unify physics with the other sciences without reducing these sciences to physics itself. Taking science metaphysically seriously,Ladyman and Ross argue, means that metaphysicians must abandon the picture of the world as composed of self-subsistent individual objects, and the paradigm of causation as the collision of such objects.Everything Must Go also assesses the role of information theory and complex systems theory in attempts to explain the relationship between the special sciences and physics, treading a middle road between the grand synthesis of thermodynamics and information, and eliminativism about information. The consequences of the author's metaphysical theory for central issues in the philosophy of science are explored, including the implications for the realism vs. empiricism debate, the role ofcausation in scientific explanations, the nature of causation and laws, the status of abstract and virtual objects, and the objective reality of natural kinds.

Everything Must Go
Author: Jason Baumann
Publisher:
Release Date: 2006
Pages: 112
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Everything Must Go
Author: Jonathan Price
Publisher: Harvill Secker
Release Date: 1985
Pages: 45
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Everything Must Go
Author: Elizabeth Flock
Publisher: MIRA
Release Date: 2007-10-01
Pages: 400
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To those on the outside, the Powells are a happy family, but then a devastating accident destroys their fragile facade. When seven- year-old Henry is blamed for the tragedy, he tries desperately to make his parents happy again. As Henry grows up, he is full of potential—a talented sportsman with an academic mind and a thirst for adventure—but soon he questions if the guilt his parents have burdened him with has left him unable to escape his anguished family or their painful past. With a delicate touch and masterful attention to detail, New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Flock invites us to meet a man both ordinary and extraordinary, and to experience a life that has yet to be lived.

Yard Sale
Author: Marlene Mitchell
Publisher: Harmony House Publishers (KY)
Release Date: 2003
Pages: 328
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Everything Must Go
Author: Bruno Astarian
Publisher:
Release Date: 2015
Pages: 208
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"Whereas traditional political reform has lost credibility, ‘commons theory’ plays upon our desire for grassroots social change, and its appeal comes from its ability to resonate with effective piecemeal transformations worldwide. It presents the—now inevitable—limit of change, as the ultimate objective of change. Commons theorists are popular because they paint reform in revolutionary colours: people veer to the most gratifying version of social change, the one more in tune with the illusion of a force within capital but somehow untouched by it, a force that could grow and take over. Commons theory is communism made easy: isn’t 99% of the world population dispossessed and ready to act? Safety in numbers. Old socialism has gone out of fashion with the decline of the Western labour movement, but a new-style reformism also promotes incremental steps to a better world, similar to the Gramscian strategy of the permeation of civil society.” --Back cover.

Everything Must Go
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Release Date: 2016
Pages: 53
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Michael Landy
Author: Michael Landy
Publisher:
Release Date: 2008
Pages: 429
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Everything Must Go! is the first major monograph of Michael Landy's work, spanning 20 years of his career. Richly illustrated in full colour, this book surveys his earliest work including lesser-known sculptures such as Sovereign shown at Freeze in 1988, to large scale installations Market at Building One in London, Closing Down Sale at Karsten Schubert Ltd., and Scrapheap Services first shown as part of the exhibition Brilliant! New Art from London in Minneapolis. Other works discussed in detail include the infamous Break Down, where Landy destroyed all 7,227 of his possessions in a department store on Oxford Street, Semi-detached at Tate Britain, where Landy constructed a full-scale model of his family home, and the project H2NY where Landy made 168 drawings based on a Tinguely sculpture and performance Homage to New York. With over 800 colour images, this 432-page book features essays by Richard Flood, Rochelle Steiner and Richard Shone, and an interview with James Lingwood.

Everything Must Go
Author: David Burke
Publisher:
Release Date: 2003
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Everything Must Go
Author: Ashley Hargrove
Publisher:
Release Date: 2018-07-06
Pages: 25
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In her second book, Everything Must Go, Ashley Hargrove delves into similar topics and themes as her first book, but her perspective changes. The art comes from within, it's more personal, captivating and honest.

Everything Must Go
Author: Lewis & Clark College (Portland, Or.). Dept. of Art
Publisher:
Release Date: 2020
Pages: 65
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Everything Must Go
Author: Rebecca Milton
Publisher:
Release Date: 2018-06-29
Pages: 28
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With the purchase of this book comes another 31 FREE Books! Yes, that's correct -- right NOW you will gain instant download access (link to website given inside the book) to 31 additional bestsellers (erotica and romance, 10 of them not available for purchase anywhere) so with the purchase of this book you will actually get 32 Books for the Price of One -- with plenty more to come! - Book Synopsis - A yard sale to clear and cleanse. A sale of all the items that had been collected by them, in the years they were together. Now, a sale to shake those times loose. To start again. To live. A simple idea that is, truly far from simple. - End of Book Synopsis - Now please don't expect some table-thumping blockbuster that will end up unread and gathering dust on your virtual bookshelf - this is a sizzling erotic short story that will have you flipping over the pages in feverish anticipation, perfect for a lunch break or when you have some free time! WARNING: This story is intended for ADULT female readers 18 years of age or older. It contains explicit language and graphic sexual content.

Cemetery Closing  Everything Must Go
Author: Jeff Strand
Publisher:
Release Date: 2020-06-19
Pages: 232
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The fifth book in the wildly popular series of horror/comedy novels featuring Andrew Mayhem! As a stay-at-home dad taking care of triplets, Andrew Mayhem's days of getting into wild adventures are over. His life is measured in diaper changes. Sleep has become an abstract concept, something oft-discussed with his wife Helen but rarely experienced. So when Internet celebrity explorer Percival Longshore asks Andrew and his best friend Roger to travel with him on a good old-fashioned treasure hunt, Andrew laughs off the idea. He can't even watch ten consecutive minutes of a movie, much less fly to the rainforest in South America to see if an old map is accurate. The base pay is generous, the potential reward is astronomical, and Percival assures him that he will be in absolutely no danger. After Helen gives her blessing for Andrew to leave for a few days, he finds himself on a small motorboat on the Amazon River seeking his fortune. Maybe this adventure really will be different. When they pass a skinned body tied to a pole, Andrew realizes that nothing has changed...

Everything Must Go
Author: Bruno and Gilles Astarian and Dauve
Publisher:
Release Date: 2015-09-15
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You Must Go And Win
Author: Alina Simone
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date: 2011-06-07
Pages: 256
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In the wickedly bittersweet and hilarious You Must Go and Win, the Ukrainian-born musician Alina Simone traces her bizarre journey through the indie rock world, from disastrous Craigslist auditions with sketchy producers to catching fleas in a Williamsburg sublet. But Simone offers more than down-and-out tales of her time as a struggling musician: she has a rapier wit, slashing and burning her way through the absurdities of life, while offering surprising and poignant insights into the burdens of family expectations and the nature of ambition, the temptations of religion and the lure of a mythical Russian home. Wavering between embracing and fleeing her outsized and nebulous dreams of stardom, Simone confronts her Russian past when she falls in love with the music of Yanka Dyagileva, a Soviet singer who tragically died young; hits the road with her childhood friend who is dead set on becoming an "icon"; and battles male strippers in Siberia. Hailed as "the perfect storm of creative talent" (USA Today, Pop Candy), Simone is poised to win over readers of David Rakoff and Sarah Vowell with her irresistibly funny and charming literary debut.

The Gospel Of God S Reign
Author: Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date: 2013-11-06
Pages: 158
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No doubt, it is common to hear Christians today declaring their allegiance to God's kingdom. But what does this actually entail, and what difference does it make? In his characteristically provocative and daring way, Christoph Blumhardt articulates a vision of God's kingdom that turns much of our understanding of modern Christianity upside-down. In the present volume, available in English for the first time, Blumhardt leads readers to look at the gospel anew, challenging us to follow Jesus in a way that makes God's reign a reality, here and now. Bypassing vague notions of spirituality, as well as transcending simplistic approaches to faith, Blumhardt inspires us to actually live under the rule and reign of God.