Thursday, July 7 2022

Harvard and Raven Bookstore Used Books: A Tale of Two Bookstores | Arts

Paul H. Williams

COVID-19 has ravaged the bookstore industry. As the city of Cambridge was closed at the end of March, bookstore owners […]

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Raven Book Store Uses Activism To Build Customer Loyalty

Paul H. Williams

After George Floyd’s death, Danny Caine, the owner of the Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas, said he “didn’t want […]

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Harvard Bookstore Alex Meriwether Talks Community & Running Local Bookstore During Pandemic | Arts

Paul H. Williams

The Harvard Bookstore, a locally owned and operated independent bookstore just beyond the courtyard gates, has been open since 1932. […]

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Darby Library Bookstore Has New Manager | Local news

Paul H. Williams

Darby resident Peggy Smith has always worked to get books into the hands of her community. She helped found the […]

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Harvard bookstore publicizes financial struggle, receives wave of support – The Daily Free Press

Paul H. Williams

Hundreds of local businesses have regularly lost income during the pandemic without their usual foot traffic, and the Harvard Book […]

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City Lit bookstore in Logan Square closed due to coronavirus: “revenues have dropped considerably”

Paul H. Williams

LOGAN SQUARE – City Lit Books, one of the only independent bookstores in the Logan Square area, is closing after […]

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‘The Company of Books’ Used Bookstore Opens in Del Ray | ALX now

Paul H. Williams

When one door closes another opens, and this is certainly the case with The Book Company, Del Ray’s new second-hand […]

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A second-hand bookstore will open in August

Paul H. Williams

Stacks and boxes of thousands of donated books flood the home of Donald Alexander as he prepares to realize his […]

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Strand Book Store Union denounces further layoffs

Paul H. Williams

The Strand Book Store union has strongly denounced the layoff of 12 booksellers who were only recently rehired after massive […]

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Black woman-owned bookstore in Chicago overwhelmed by book sales

Paul H. Williams

Danielle Mullen, owner of Semicolon library, a black-owned bookstore in Chicago, says the global Black Lives Matter campaign has resulted […]

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Strand Book Store writes new chapter in history while weathering COVID-19 storm

Paul H. Williams

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Talk of the Times: Open Door launches second-hand bookstore on Saturday | Local news

Paul H. Williams

The Open Door will launch a second-hand bookstore at Second Glance at 2 Pond Road this Saturday March 7th. Off […]

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Westfield Bookstore Fights to Stay Open | News

Paul H. Williams

WESTFIELD, MA (WGGB / WSHM) – An independent bookstore in Westfield is fighting to stay open. The combination of online […]

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Iconic Strand Book Store to Open Second Store in Manhattan

Paul H. Williams

Strand Bookstore, the Greenwich Village institution, is opening a second location on the Upper West Side in March. (Photo via […]

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Happy 120th birthday, University Bookstore! Here are some things you may not have known about it

Paul H. Williams

One hundred and twenty years ago this month, on the nascent University of Washington campus, a group of students realized […]

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The El Cajon library bookstore is expanding

Paul H. Williams

EL CAJON – The quaint Friends of the El Cajon Library Book Shoppe inside the downtown branch of the San […]

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Who killed the iconic Normal Heights bookstore? There is a gallery of thug suspects

Paul H. Williams

Even Hercule Poirot might be baffled by the death of Normal Heights’ most legendary bookstore. Like an Agatha Christie mystery, […]

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PW Bookstore of the Year: Boulder Book Store

Paul H. Williams

If a bookstore takes the name of the city in which it resides, it would do better to reflect the […]

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