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My son Ramiro, for whom I wrote the book, is serving a 28-year prison sentence for three counts of ... drug addictions, as well as domestic and street.

Earlier, Luis had asked adults who knew Ramiro's good ...

Five years ago, Rodriguez published “Always. Running,” a memoir of his Los Angeles gang experiences, written as a cautionary tale for his teenage son Ramiro—who ...

Mempo Giardinelli's Characters in Search of an Ending

constraints of their novels and enter the realm of literature. Araceli and Ramiro help their fellow fugitives Clelia and Victorio to escape. As they leave the ...


P.O. Box 3049, 17 Washington Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. 631-725-8469 “Poppy” 53.5 x 20 inches, oil, 2011. Solo Show.

before the governor of the state of texas

Ramiro Felix Gonzales is scheduled for execution on July 13, 2022. Michael C. Gross ... 727 E. Dean Keeton Street ... and books on spiritual matters.

a rhetorical analysis of ramiro gomez's cut-out

comes from the book Domestic Scenes: The Art of Ramiro Gomez by Lawrence Wechsler. ... vernacular rhetoric and how those findings can create an avenue for ...

Iván Córdoba

por Gustavo Vazquez

Iván Ramiro Córdoba rose from humble beginnings. Born into a poor family, he grew up playing soccer in the streets of Rionegro, Colombia. After a couple years with the local Rionegro team, he moved to the first-level Atlético Nacional club of Medellín, then to the Buenos Aires--based San Lorenzo de Almagro club. Córdoba's skill at disarming opponents' attacks soon caught the attention of European clubs, and in 1999 he landed with Inter Milan. In a dozen seasons with Inter Milan, Córdoba earned a reputation as one of the world's best defenders. Along the way, he helped the club to a pair of league championships. For Colombians, however, Córdoba will always be remembered for a goal he scored on July 29, 2001. That tally gave Colombia a 1--0 victory over Mexico--and the Copa América title.

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Shadows And Teeth, Volume 2: Ten Terrifying Tales of Horror And Suspense

por Book 2

Volume of two this award-winning series emerges from the shadows with a fresh crop of extreme horror. This collection of ten stories features authors from all over the globe for an international perspective on fear. Take care as you reach into these dark places, for the things here bite, and you may withdraw a hand short of a few fingers.

Toll Road, by Antonio Simon, Jr.
—A professional kidnapper gets more than he bargained for when his latest abduction leads to terrifying supernatural encounters on the Florida Turnpike.

Boxed, by Bryan Cassiday
—A group of strangers trapped in an elevator run short of time and bullets as they attempt to discover who among them is infected with a deadly plague.

A Murder of Crows, by Reed W. Huston
—Daniel, Rebecca, and their cat Southpaw have just moved into a new home, and the local wildlife is not happy to receive them. It’s more than coincidental that a group of crows is called a murder…

We All Ate The White Flesh, by Chris Lynch
—In the depths of a harsh winter, a starving family unearths a massive turnip and unexpected horrors.

The Lonely Man, by Barnaby King
—Thomas’s investigation into an idyllic English village uncovers the tragic story of two young lovers, and the ghastly secret the villagers thought they’d left buried in the past.

The Queen Beneath The Earth, by Ken Pelham
—Charles Bonham knows better than anyone that grave-robbing is a lucrative business. While in Ireland to ply his trade, he learns that some secrets are better left buried.

Dear Sir, by Steven Samuel Stafford
—Two field medics on the Western Front race against time to fulfill a soldier’s dying wish and stop an unspeakable horror.

Colder Still, by Justin Cawthorne
—A relic from John’s past holds a portentous future for his son and the secret to a fatal gypsy curse.

Quarry Lake, by Kelson Hargis
—Ghosts have beset Whit ever since his kid brother drowned. Whit is determined to plumb the secrets of Quarry Lake, but at what cost?

God May Pity All Weak Hearts, by Daniel Russell
—Something dreadful lives within the walls of Dr. Crippen’s home. More dreadful still is what it has in common with him.

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El arte de vivir

por Ramiro A. Calle

Un discípulo atormentado por las dudas le expuso una de ellas a su mentor:
--¿Cómo sabré cuándo estoy realmente en la senda hacia la suprema libertad
El maestro sonrió afectuosamente y le dijo:
--No te inquietes. Cuando realmente estés en la senda hacia la suprema libertad
ya no te formularás estas preguntas. ¿Acaso el ave se pregunta si realmetne
está volando, o el pez si está nadando?
A lo largo de la historia, numerosos pensadores han tratado de dilucidar qué es
esto del arte de vivir y cuáles son sus reglas. Querer indagar sobre el arte de
vivir supone ya una actitud de humildad y un reconocimiento de que, por muchas
pertenencias que tengamos, nada tenemos.
Ramiro A. Calle condensa magistralmente los conocimientos de Oriente y
Occidente, sin quedarse en la mera reflexión teórica y adentrándose en el mundo
de los sentimientos. A través de sus historias sencillas y profundas,
acompañadas de reveladores comentarios, nos desvela las claves para la mutación
de la conciencia y el conocimiento interior.
El arte de vivir es la tercera y última entrega de la trilogía compuesta
también por El arte de la paciencia y El arte de la armonía.

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The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates

por Wes Moore

The chilling truth is that his story could have been mine. The tragedy is that my story could have been his.

Two kids named Wes Moore were born blocks apart within a year of each other. Both grew up fatherless in similar Baltimore neighborhoods and had difficult childhoods; both hung out on street corners with their crews; both ran into trouble with the police. How, then, did one grow up to be a Rhodes Scholar, decorated veteran, White House Fellow, and business leader, while the other ended up a convicted murderer serving a life sentence? Wes Moore, the author of this fascinating book, sets out to answer this profound question. In alternating narratives that take readers from heart-wrenching losses to moments of surprising redemption, The Other Wes Moore tells the story of a generation of boys trying to find their way in a hostile world.

BONUS: This edition contains a new afterword and a The Other Wes Moore discussion guide.

Praise for The Other Wes Moore

“Moving and inspiring, The Other Wes Moore is a story for our times.”—Alex Kotlowitz, author of There Are No Children Here
“A tense, compelling story and an inspirational guide for all who care about helping young people.”—Juan Williams, author of Enough
“This should be required reading for anyone who is trying to understand what is happening to young men in our inner cities.”—Geoffrey Canada, author of Fist Stick Knife Gun
“The Other Wes Moore gets to the heart of the matter on faith, education, respect, the hard facts of incarceration, and the choices and challenges we all face. It’s educational and inspiring.”—Ben Carson, M.D., author of Gifted Hands
“Wes Moore is destined to become one of the most powerful and influential leaders of this century. You need only read this book to understand why.”—William S. Cohen, former U.S. senator and secretary of defense

“This intriguing narrative is enlightening, encouraging, and empowering. Read these words, absorb their meanings, and create your own plan to act and leave a legacy.”—Tavis Smiley, from the Afterword

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The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire

por Ramiro Matos

This compelling collection of essays explores the Qhapaq nan (or Great Inca Road), an extensive network of trails reaching modern-day Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. These roads and the accompanying agricultural terraces and structures that have survived for more than six centuries are a testament to the advanced engineering and construction skills of the Inca people. The Qhapaq nan also spurred an important process of ecological and community integration across the Andean region. This book, the companion volume to a National Museum of the American Indian exhibition of the same name, features essays on six main themes: the ancestors of the Inca, Cusco as the center of the empire, road engineering, road transportation and integration, the road in the Colonial era, and the road today. Beautifully designed and featuring more than 225 full-color illustrations, The Great Inka Road is a fascinating look at this enduring symbol of the Andean peoples' strength and adaptability.

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Brexit: History, Reasoning and Perspectives

por David Ramiro Troitiño

While the discussions among Brexiters mainly focus on the referendum of 2016 or David Cameron’s “great miscalculation” and its repercussions, this book looks at the Brexit as a process that began decades earlier. It analyses EU-UK relations from a new perspective, taking into consideration the historical background, political aspects, and legal and economic matters. The book provides a holistic understanding of the Brexit, approaching the referendum and its outcomes as the culmination of a long process rather than an isolated political event crafted within the corridors of Westminster or Downing Street 10. Accordingly, it addresses a range of thematic issues, historical patterns of political and economic behavior both within and beyond the United Kingdom, and possible future effects on relations between the Union and one of its most important members.

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Clean Streets: Controlling Crime, Maintaining Order, and Building Community Activism

por Book 8

With the close proximity of gangs and the easy access to drugs, keeping urban neighborhoods safe from crime has long been a central concern for residents. In Clean Streets, Patrick Carr draws on five years of research in a white, working-class community on Chicago’s South side to see how they tried to keep their streets safe. Carr details the singular event for this community and the resulting rise of community activism: the shootings of two local teenage girls outside of an elementary school by area gang members. As in many communities struck by similar violence, the shootings led to profound changes in the community's relationship to crime prevention. Notably, their civic activism has proved successful and, years after the shooting, community involvement remains strong.
Carr mines this story of an awakened neighborhood for unique insights, contributing a new perspective to the national debate on community policing, civic activism, and the nature of social control. Clean Streets offers an important story of one community's struggle to confront crime and to keep their homes safe. Their actions can be seen as a model for how other communities can face up to similarly difficult problems.

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The Assassin

por Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa

 Since birth has been rejected, abused, neglected, pushed aside, is Jesus "Chico" Grande, and his childhood was spent in the streets. Life on the streets of Bogota is hard, but along with his friend Ramiro manages to survive as you can, do all kinds of things to survive: assaults, stealing, begging and even kills. He tells all his life from then until it becomes an assassin, a murderer who kills for money, sometimes by necessity or revenge and sometimes for pleasure, the same for drug traffickers to anyone with money. His life undergoes a change when he meets his friend Abigail Anaya who changes his life and after he raises his life disappears.

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Get a Job: Labor Markets, Economic Opportunity, and Crime

por Book 11

Are the unemployed more likely to commit crimes? Does having a job make one less likely to commit a crime? Criminologists have found that individuals who are marginalized from the labor market are more likely to commit crimes, and communities with more members who are marginal to the labor market have higher rates of crime. Yet, as Robert Crutchfield explains, contrary to popular expectations, unemployment has been found to be an inconsistent predictor of either individual criminality or collective crime rates. In Get a Job, Crutchfield offers a carefully nuanced understanding of the links among work, unemployment, and crime.

Crutchfield explains how people’s positioning in the labor market affects their participation in all kinds of crimes, from violent acts to profit-motivated offenses such as theft and drug trafficking. Crutchfield also draws on his first-hand knowledge of growing up in a poor, black neighborhood in Pittsburgh and later working on the streets as a parole officer, enabling him to develop a more complete understanding of how work and crime are related and both contribute to, and are a result of, social inequalities and disadvantage. Well-researched and informative, Get a Job tells a powerful story of one of the most troubling side effects of economic disparities in America.

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Y EL ÁGUILA VOLÓ: La Fábula del Liderazgo

por Ramiro Alarcón Flor

Y EL ÁGUILA VOLÓCamino tres pasos, te alejas diez; 
camino quince, y te alejas veinte…
Sé que por más que camine, nunca te alcanzaré... 
Y entonces, ¿para qué sirve la utopía?... 
Para eso sirve…
¡Para caminar!...
 Estos versos de Galeano nos aproximan al punto esencial de la Novela: "Y el Águila Voló": la lucha por ser uno mismo, por realizar nuestros sueños, aunque algunos parezcan inalcanzables...

Una novela que parte de una fábula, o de dos. Un águila que se cree gallina, pero que en su caminar se va descubriendo a sí misma y va adquiriendo la autoestima necesaria para atreverse a volar. Un ser trascendente que mira el mundo como una oportunidad maravillosa para ser feliz y que comienza a entretejer una misión, una estrella, un ideal, al cual destinar la vida... aquel ideal lo alinea hacia un estilo de vida de luz, de valores, de principios eternos que permitirán la evolución y la excelencia de muchos otros seres.

Pero, igual que en la vida real, nada es fácil. Hay que enfrentar los riesgos, las adversidades, a los enemigos, y hay que aprender a luchar, a combatir por los sueños. "No apagues tus sueños, no renuncies a ellos, sería un suicidio..."… Y el águila da lucha sin cuartel, hasta el final, modelando una vida que inspira, que enamora, que seduce y que deja huella en el lector.

Una novela que te hará mejor ser humano. Que te motivará a que saques a flote lo mejor de ti mismo. Que llegará a tu corazón y te mostrará el héroe que llevas dentro. Una historia que te cautivará y cuyo final te hará recordar cómo se fraguan los héroes.

Y el Águila Voló una obra para jóvenes líderes emprendedores. Para personas que creen que todo es posible. Para los que tienen fe. Para quijotes e idealistas que no se doblegan ante los problemas y que no temen caer las veces que sean necesarias, puesto que al levantarse serán más fuertes. Un relato que es ¡un canto a la libertad!, a la lucha por la justicia, por la equidad, por la ética; una lucha desde abajo, contra los poderes corruptos que oprimen y manipulan.

¡Una novela imperdible!
Te compartimos la primera historia:

Había Una vez una gallina que paseaba por el campo muy animadamente. Mientras caminaba, observó que alguien había olvidado un huevo entre el verdor del bosque contiguo a su gallinero. Esperó hasta el atardecer por si algún ave de los alrededores lo reclamaba, pero nadie lo hizo. Así que, lo tomó y se lo llevó a su hogar para empollarlo con los otros.Al cabo de un tiempo, las crías empezaron a salir del cascarón, pero aquel huevo diferente, el que había sidoolvidado, no se rompía...
Pasó mucho tiempo, y la gallina empezó a creer que aquel huevo era irrompible, debido al trabajo que leocasionaba. Pero al fin, sus esfuerzos fueron recompensados con un polluelo. Más, desgraciadamente, el nuevomiembro de la familia no reunió las condiciones de estética adecuadas para el medio. Era un polluelo flaco, feo, negro y desproporcionado, ¡un auténtico fiasco!
El nuevo hermano fue bautizado como Marcos. Era desagradable, disforme y siempre rendía culto a la soledad. Sin embargo, su madre y algún pariente sin prejuicios lo acompañaban a ratos.
Unos seis meses después, Marcos, a quien le gustaba con- templar con minuciosidad el cielo, logró ver a unaespectacular ave que volaba con libertad y velocidad impresionantes y se llenó de emoción. Entonces preguntó: -Tía Juana, ¿qué es eso?
-Es el águila, hijo mío -musitó la vieja-
-El águila, ¡qué ave maravillosa! ¿Cómo es posible que pueda volar a esa velocidad y con esa elegancia?
El águila es la reina de las aves. Puede volar muy alto, hasta casi 4000 metros, a una velocidad de hasta 150 km/h. ¡Durante más de 12 horas!
Marcos, se quedó con el pico abierto y preguntó con gran curiosidad:
¡¿Y usted cree que, si nosotros nos lo propusiéramos, e hiciésemos mucho ejercicio y.…con una buenaalimentación... podríamos volar como ella...?!
- ¡No seas ingenuo! Nosotros somos gallinas, y con "las justas" llegamos a volar dos metros. No pienses estupideces, ¡vamos, vamos!; ¡recoge todo el maíz que aún tienes en el suelo...!
La conversación terminó abruptamente y Marcos acompañó a su tía al gallinero, no sin sentir un profundo pesar en su corazón.
Transcurrió el tiempo y Marcos, al quien siempre le había gustado contemplar el cielo, solía ir todas lasmañanas a aquel hermoso lugar donde una vez sus oscuros ojos se iluminaron al observar el maravilloso vuelo de la reina de las aves. Desgraciadamente, no tuvo la suerte de verla de nuevo, pero aquella sensación nunca lodejó.

Y cuando, por instantes, notaba que algo intrínseco a él le insinuaba que aquel camino infinito y magnífico eratambién el suyo, resonaban en su mente las palabras de su tía:
- “¡No seas ingenuo! Nosotros somos gallinas y con ‘las justas’ llegamos a volar dos metros. No piensesestupideces, ¡vamos, vamos! ¡Recoge todo el maíz que aún tienes en el suelo...!"
Y creyéndolo con firmeza, murió…

Y el águila voló, disfruta de la primera novela del autor Ramiro Alarcón Flor, escritor ecuatoriano especialista en liderazgo y motivación, quien lleva ya 15 obras escritas. Deja que sus páginas vayan configurando y entretejiendo un proyecto de vida que puede ser el tuyo…
No la pierdas…

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