Part comedy, part police procedural, The Man Who Climbed Out of A Window And Disappeared 100-year-old Allan Karlsson, a man who does not takes chances. Nor is he a man of deep convictions, passions or drive. Allan IS a man who defines “opportunist”. Discover all this and more with Allan and his merry band of run-aways in this haphazard and fascinating tour of the 20th century.
This is the story of Lucie Blackman, a young woman murdered while pursuing adventure in a foreign land – Japan - far from her home in Britain. Lucie’s story is told by a London Times journalist who labored for many years to discover the truth behind Lucie’s tragic death. Compelling in its writing, People Who Eat Darkness has been deservedly compared to the best books of the true-crime genre.
It is Easter week, 1913. Our true story unfolds with the anticipation and the excitement of a best-selling novel. Writing an hour by hour, day by day diary of the incredible weather events of that infamous week 1913, Geoff Williams develops characters that tug at our hearts in the few moments we know them, and paints a gripping picture of the many towns and states through which the totally unexpected weather would rage throughout the Midwest...from small towns to major urban centers.
Kurt Wenner’s remarkable street chalk artistry is as ephemeral as it is full of impact – this is art that is washed away in a sudden rainstorm and inevitably will wear away as feet trod over the art. Yet in this ephemera lies this art’s greatest gift to the world – its emphasis on “creation” and the public nature of its production.