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- Barnes & Noble To Host Its First BookTok Creator Panel Saturday In Los Angeles
chain Barnes & Noble will host its first BookTok creator panel this Saturday, January 8, at 2 p.m. PST at their Los Angeles bookstore
at The Grove. ...
Forbes. Friday, 7 Jan 2022.
- Kwanzaa Activities Focus on Passing Principles Through Generations
owner in Oak Cliff is opening her doors for week-long Kwanzaa celebrations. It's a way of passing those principles down to the youngest in our community.
NBC. Wednesday, Dec 29 2021.
- Bibliophile: Diverse Spines Highlights Books By Marginalized Authors Plus Bookstores And Bookish People
The new illustrated book Bibliophile: Diverse Spines (Chronicle Books) by authors Jamise Harper and Jane Mount is a compendium of diverse books, authors, bookstores and the broader literary community. ...
Forbes. Thursday, 9 Dec 2021.
- Follow the leads of these L.A. activists. Write it all down so you know that it's real
Communities for a Better Environment, an organization fighting climate injustice in communities of color in Wilmington, and West Adams' new radical bookstore
All Power Books show that radical change begins with commitments big and small.
Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 1 Dec 2021.
- The world's wackiest bookstore? Inside the amazing new Shenzhen Zhongshuge shop in China
The bookstore, part of the Zhongshuge chain, is in Shenzhen and bookworms can wander through the coils of its whimsical spiral bookcase, picking up novels along the way.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 30 Nov 2021.
- Book excerpt: "The Sentence" by Louise Erdrich
The author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Night Watchman" returns with a magical comedy about a bookstore, a convicted body snatcher, and a ghost.
CBS News. Sunday, 28 Nov 2021.
- Israeli bookstores pull Sally Rooney's books in boycott row
It follows a backlash over the writer's refusal to let an Israeli firm publish her book in Hebrew.
BBC News. Friday, 5 Nov 2021.
- "The Last Bookstore" wins global fame thanks to social media
Many analysts predicted the death of the local bookstore
at the hands of the internet and, more specifically, Amazon. ...
CBS News. Tuesday, 2 Nov 2021.
- Do you have textual fantasies? Gandhi joins OnlyFans to fulfill them
chain lived up to its tradition of disruptive marketing campaigns, now on the adult social network.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 30 Sep 2021.
- North Lawndale pop-up bookstore lets young people pay what they can
The pop-up bookstore
was once a vacant lot, but now it's part of a bigger goal: to bridge the reading gap for kids.
ABC News. Monday, 13 Sep 2021.
- Semicolon is a Black woman-owned bookstore in Chicago
Semicolon, a Black woman-owned bookstore
in Chicago, is not only serving up good reads and good vibes, but also promoting literacy.
ABC News. Tuesday, 24 Aug 2021.
- Amazon is reportedly planning to open department stores, its latest experiment in physical retail
The company has opened brick-and-mortar book stores, grocery stores and cashierless convenience stores in recent years.
CNBC. Thursday, 19 Aug 2021.
- Texas bookstore owner shares letter from customer claiming mask requirements will lead to new 'Jim Crow'
owner in Texas shared a letter on social media from an anonymous customer who claimed that COVID-19 mask requirements like the business' will lead to a new form of "Jim Crow."
Fox News. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- See a Stunningly Surreal Bookstore in China
Dujiangyan Zhongshu features gravity-defying staircases and infinite bookshelves
Smithsonian. Thursday, 29 Oct 2020.
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