Posts Tagged: kansas
Livraria Folha Seca in Rio de Janeiro was told that a sign about two-time medalist Adhemar Ferreira Silva, who passed away in 2001, violated the Olympic Committee’s advertising policies.
Reuters attempts to answer why millennials love buying books.
Inmates from Two Bridges Jail are helping the Wiscasset, Maine public library build bookshelves for a used bookstore....more
More than 150 faculty and staff have signed a letter of protest over the commercialization of the York University bookstore in Toronto, Canada.
Meanwhile, Notre Dame’s bookstore is making tons of money....more
There’s an old joke told among residents of Topeka, Kansas that goes like this: “What’s the difference between Topeka and yogurt?” “Yogurt has an active culture.”
Over at Lit Hub, Amy Brady maps Kansas’s capital city of Topeka’s long tradition of poetry writing, coming up with four theories about the strange relationship between the town and verse writing....more
In Leawood, KS, a 9-year-old was forced to remove the Little Free Library he built in his family’s front yard because it’s considered an “illegal detached structure.” After he takes the issue to the city council next month, he may be allowed to return the library to its original location, but in the meantime he has rebuilt the library in the garage....more