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"In the Heights is an exciting musical about life in Washington Heights, a tight-knit community where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. During its acclaimed Off-Broadway and Broadway runs, In the Heights became an audience phenomenon and a critical success. It's easy to see why: with an amazing cast, a gripping story, and incredible dancing, In the Heights is an authentic and exhilarating journey into one of Manhattan's most vibrant communities. And with its universal themes of family, community, and self-discovery, In the Heights can be enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds. Among the musical's many accolades are two Drama Desk Awards, a Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album, and a nomination for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama." -- Publisher's description.
Berthold Auerbach (28 February 1812 - 8 February 1882) was a German-Jewish poet and author. He was the founder of the German "tendency novel", in which fiction is used as a means of influencing public opinion on social, political, moral, and religious questions. This is one of his works.
After being turned down by Michie Sark, Kano Shadow moves back into his own house, where his memories continue to haunt him. However, an accident sets him off on a new journey that he won't be able to travel alone. While leadership at the boarding school begins to switch hands once again, Matsu Cedars and Kamin Chacamo are sent on an educational trip, on which they will learn more than they will teach. But when they meet a mysterious man in the mountains, will they believe his crazy claims? 'In the Heights' is the third of the Satu Country tales.
Val Greene, a high ranking member of the CIA keeps a secret from his best friend, Danny Blaine, the owner of the largest real estate company in the world. The two serve together during World War II and remain lifelong friends. Val keeps this secret with the best of intentions for decades. It changes the course of many lives and will eventually devastate the two friends and reach far into the next generation of Blaines and Greenes.
Voices from the Heights is an anthology of works from at-risk students at innovative, award-winning North Heights Alternative School in Amarillo, Texas. The stories are often gritty & personal but these young writers are courageous, creative & talented. Read more about this book and school in this article: http: //www.amarillo.com/stories/050408/fea_10069474.shtml Bruce Beck, Am Globe News: Many of the writers in "Voices" found a safe haven at North Heights Alternative School and are not shy about telling how they ended up there and their amazement at what they found when they arrived - a caring, nonjudgmental staff that looks beyond the surface to the potential that lies beneath. The children whose writings populate "Voices" are young single mothers, children of single-parent households, liberals, conservatives, idealists, cynics, pro-President Bushies, anti-President Bushies, drug-users, former drug-users, friends of drug-users, the children of drug-users. They are us.
Reaching for the Heights is a true story of a Christian mum who travelled alongside her son in his life’s journey as he searched for God and found him in Bolivia. It is a story of how God has led on paths through valleys which one would not have voluntarily chosen to go through. At times, the going seemed too hard, but God showed that he was right there, tenderly leading through an incredible odyssey here on earth. Evidenced in this journey is that when God’s promises in his Word are claimed—whether it is for salvation of a family member, peace of mind, courage, or provision of daily needs—it is a voluntary commitment to his divine will and programming. Assuredly, God’s promises are backed by his wisdom, love, and power.

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