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Some New Books

September 6, 2007

Moving right along with the new space.  Painting is happening soon…

While you wait,  please visit our current five points location. Picking up a CD/LP/Book would be most helpful as we accrue some silly bills associated with opening a new place.

We’re also counting our pennies to buy new items.

Here’s some new book titles we’ll be getting next week.

* Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States – Jules Boykoff
* End Times—The Death of the Fourth Estate – Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair
* Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority
* Vision on Fire: Emma Goldman On The Spanish Revolution – David Porter
* What We Want, What We Believe: The Black Panther Party Library
* Tipping the Sacred Cow – Brian Awehali
* My First Time – Chris Duncan, editor
* Pacifism as Pathology – Ward Churchill
* Talking the Walk: A Communications Guide for Racial Justice – Hunter Cutting
* Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements And The Decolonization Of Everyday Life – George Katsiaficas
* Anarchism in America DVD – Joel Sucher
* Igniting A Revolution: Voices in Defense of the Earth – Derrick Jensen
* Sticker City: Paper Graffiti Art – Claudia Walde
* Wall And Piece – Banksy
* Style Wars DVD – Tony Silver
* Street Art Workers: Land & Globalization Poster Book – Josh MacPhee
* Putting The Pieces Together: The Graffiti Model For Indie Filmmaking – Benjamin Morgan
* Can Control: Graffiti Magazine
* Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne – Banksy
* Kill Your Idols – Glenn Branca
* We Owe You Nothing – Punk Planet: The Collected Interviews – Winston Smith
* The Day The Country Died: A History Of Anarcho Punk 1980-1984
* The Day The Country Died – The DVD
* Sounds Of Your Name – Nate Powell
* Don’t Need You: The Herstory Of Riot Grrrl DVD – Kerri Koch
* Afro-Punk DVD
* Straight Edge: Hardcore Punk, Clean-Living Youth, And Social Change – Ross Haenfler
* Fuck You Too: The Scrapbook And More – Glen Friedman
* I Wish There Was Something That I Could Quit – Aaron Cometbus
* No Comply: Skateboarding Speaks On Authority – Chris Long
* Getting Off: Pornography And The End Of Masculinity – Robert Johnson
* The Guide To Getting It On!: America’s Coolest And Most Informative Book About Sex
* Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive While Raising Kids – Cathy Winks
* Box Lunch: The Layperson’s Guide to Cunnilingus – Diana Cage
* Redefining Our Relationships: Guidelines For Responsible Open Relationships – Wendy-O Matik
* The Coffee Book: Anatomy of an Industry from Crop to the Last Drop – Gregory Dicum and Nina Luttinger
* Beat the Heat: How to Handle Encounters With Law Enforcement – Katya Komisaruk
* Marijuana Grower’s Guide – Mel Frank and Ed Rosenthal
* Acid: A New Secret History of LSD – David Black
* Legal Highs – Adam Gottlieb
* The High Times Reader – Johnny Rotten
* Food Not Lawns: How To Turn Your Yard Into A Garden And Your Neighborhood Into A Community – Heather C Flores
* Behind The Mask: The Story Of The People Who Risk Everything To Save Animals DVD – Ingrid Newkirk
* Diet For A Dead Planet: How The Food Industry Is Killing Us – Christopher Cook
* Animal Ingredients A-Z, Third Edition – E.G. Smith Collective
* Living In The Raw: Recipes For A Healthy Lifestyle – Rose Lee Calabro

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4 comments

  1. Do you still want me to do the inertia hat zombie characterface? i have tuesday and wednesday off.


  2. Hey Josh,
    It’s Claire, Mia’s Clark’s neice- so glad to hear that you all have found a bigger space in a dynamic part of town. I can’t wait to stop in when I’m back and see what great things are happening! Here’s sending you best wishes!

    Oh, I have a book recommendation to pass on: I just finished up Paul Hawken’s Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One saw It Coming. It’s new and it’s really good. The best kind of read for social justice/environmental activists… reminds us that we’re part of something much bigger, even if it receives minimal attention from the media and federal government… Jacksonville has a long history of civic activism and could only benefit from mutually empowering its growing environmental and social interest communities. I would hope that these group hear Hawken’s message.

    Ok, enough form me. Hope you’re well. Have a great week! -Claire


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