Anniversaries

06 Mar

Around Indies

Dog Moon opens; Ownership changes at San Marino Toy and Book Shoppe; Regulator celebrates first birthday under new ownership; Sassafras on Sutton reopens; Word Up owner Veronica Santiago Liu honored; New Dominion featured on PBS; Bookmarks the setting for On the Come Up video; Page and Palette, The Mitten Word, Firestorm, Watermark, Short Stories featured in local news

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27 Feb

Around Indies

Main Street Reads to open; Story on the Square, Malaprop's satellite open; EyeSeeMee, Second Star to the Right relocate; Snowbound celebrates 35 years; Birchbark, River Bend, City of Asylum, The Book Catapult, Politics and Prose, Hooray for Books, Old Town featured in local news

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26 Feb

Cricket Book Shop Celebrates 50th Year as ABA Member

Cricket Book Shop, which sells new books and gifts, opened on July 30, 1969, in Ashton, Maryland. That same year, the bookstore joined the American Booksellers Association.

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20 Feb
A look inside Loyalty Bookstore.

Around Indies

Love’s Sweet Arrow to open; Caprichos to open in Armory Marketplace; Loyalty now open; Ownership changes at BookTowne; Andersons, Old Town, Books Are Magic, Main Street, Curious Iguana, Eso Won, Uncle Bobbie’s, Head House featured in local news; Gulf of Maine to celebrate 40th, Lawrence Ferlinghetti to celebrate 100th

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13 Feb

Three ABA Member Stores Celebrate Five Years in Business

In honor of these anniversaries, Bookselling This Week asked the bookstore owners to reflect on their past five years in business and share how they have celebrated.

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30 Jan
Upsher Street Books announces that it will reopen as Loyalty Bookstore with a whole new look.

Around Indies

Hannah Oliver Depp takes over Upshur Street, renames it Loyalty Bookstores; Third Street Books, [words] celebrate anniversaries; Prairie Path moves; Midtown Reader collects books for libraries; Avid Bookstore makes Bulldog 100 list; Books on the Common, RJ Julia, River Bend among top bookstores to visit in Connecticut; Luisa Smith to be editor-in-chief of new mystery publisher

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24 Jan
A peek at The Book Haus's new location. The window features paintings of the Cheshire Cat, a lamp post, an open book, and Harry Potter's Hedwig.

Around Indies

Reads & Company to open; Ownership changes at blue manatee, Malaprop’s; [word] Bookstore celebrates 10th anniversary; The Book Haus to move; Word Up, Casa Camino Real, Writer’s Block, The Muse Book Shop, A Novel Idea, Shakespeare & Co., Uncle Bobbie’s featured in local news; HarperCollins exec moves to Shakespeare & Co.; Northshire opens Open Mind scholarship applications; Tattered Cover to present book and arts festival

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16 Jan
The Lit Bar logo

Around Indies

Old Town Open Book, The Lit. Bar, Silver Unicorn pop-up to open; Women and Children First celebrates 40th anniversary; Belmont Books, Politics & Prose, For Keeps, The Fountain Bookstore, Powell’s, Jake’s Place, Greenlight featured in local news; Blue Willow Bookshop named Best of Houston; From My Shelf Books & Gifts co-owner’s picture books featured in library collection

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05 Dec

Around Indies

Lavender’s Bleu Literacy Market to open in Tulsa; Hartfield Book Company, A Novel Idea, McNally Jackson hold openings; Amesbury Books, Stories Like Me host pop-ups; Ownership change at Green Apple Books; Let’s Play Books celebrates anniversary; BookSmart changes location; Powell’s, Bunch of Grapes, The Next Page, Run for Cover, Books With a Past featured in local news.

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27 Nov
A holiday window display at Bards Alley in Vienna, Virginia, that features the Polar Express.

Around Indies

Business booms at indie bookstores; Black-owned bookstores on the rise; Fabled Bookshop to open; Willow Bookstore, Yardstick, Haunted Bookshop, Play, Copperfield’s Books open; Malaprop’s to open pop-up; New owners for Village Bookstore, Bisbee Books; Prairie Fox Books moves; Galaxy Bookshop celebrates 30 years; Bards Alley wins window decorating contest; Moon Palace Books hosts musical performances; Northshire to host book fair; and more.

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20 Nov

Around Indies

For Keeps, Prologue Bookshop, Shakespeare and Co. UWS location to open; The Snail on the Wall, Book and Puppet Company to open pop-ups; The Babbling Book and the Dragon’s Nook gets new owner, name change; Gibson’s Bookstore, Village Lights Books, Riffraff celebrate anniversaries; Avid Bookshop owner receives award; and more.

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07 Nov

Around Indies

Change in ownership at Reading Rock Books; River Dog Book Company to open bookmobile; The Homer Bookstore to celebrate anniversary; Tom Braun of Wild Rumpus dies; Blue Manatee, Joseph-Beth Booksellers among best bookstores in Cincinnati; Porter Square Books announces winners of 2019 Writers in Residence program

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06 Nov

Third Place Books, Island Books Mark Milestone Anniversaries

Over the weekend in Washington State, Third Place Books celebrated 20 years in business, and Island Books toasted to 45 years.

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31 Oct

Around Indies

A Novel Idea, Southern Fried Books to open; Fundamentals to be sold to new owners; Amherst Books marks 15 years; The Bookery, Epilogue Books, Read With Me featured in the news; R.J. Julia, Bookmans, Antigone Books, Joe’s Place, M. Judson named top bookstores around the country; Tattered Cover to host Colorado Teen Book Con

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23 Oct
Interior of A Little Bookish

Around Indies

A Little Bookish, Compass Rose Books, Symposium Books at the WaterFire Center open; Loyalty Bookstore pop-up to open; Staff changes at Books & Mortar Bookstore; 57th Street Books, Island Books, Annie Bloom’s celebrate anniversaries; Green Apple Books and Dog Eared Books receive grants; and more. 

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