Posts Tagged: Community Bookstore

This Week in Indie Bookstores

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As Barnes & Noble prepares to leave Bronx, New York, an independent store is already being planned by the winner of New York Public Library’s New York StartUP! Business Competition. Only Prime Members receive Amazon’s insane discounts in the store’s physical locations. An upstate New York bookstore wins its battle to display anti-Trump signage. An […]

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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Baby Boomers are finding bookstore ownership offers an enticing second career. The Internet, once a threat, could save independent bookstores. A ninety-year-old man runs bookstore in Suzhou, China that he inherited from his grandfather. The Community Bookstore in Brooklyn has finally closed after the owner sold the building last year.

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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One of the missing Hong Kong booksellers has been returned, and gave a speech warning about the power of China’s central government and the waning independence of Hong Kong. Tiny, the cat that lives in Brooklyn’s Community Bookstore, had a big adventure in the city—he disappeared, causing panic among the store’s employees, before deciding to […]

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This Week in Indie Bookstores

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A Paris bookseller writes about the terror attacks. Parisians, meanwhile, are responding to the terror attacks by buying up all the copies of Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast. Iranian bookstores opened early on Thursday last week in a campaign to encourage reading in the country. A bookstore in Germany serves as a cultural hub for […]

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