Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Mind Chimes Bookshop is now open in Three Lakes, Wisconsin.
Downbound Books is now open in Cincinnati, Ohio. The store was also featured in an article called “New Northside bookstore won’t have something for everyone, but perhaps ‘everything for someone.’”
Penguin Bookshop in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, is celebrating 90 years.
Left Bank Books in St. Louis, Missouri, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Mary and Alix Bernard, owners of Joe’s Place in Greenville, South Carolina, will be putting the bookstore up for sale to focus on their retirement.
Jojo Goerner, owner of the Moosterious Emporium in Haines, Alaska, will be closing her bookstore at the end of November; Amy Kane plans to open a new bookstore in its location.
Roundabout Books in Bend, Oregon, held a book drive in support of NeighborImpact Head Start. The store is also celebrating its third anniversary.
Bham Now published a list of the best bookstores in Birmingham, Alabama, which included Alabama Booksmith, Little Professor Book Center, and Thank You Books.
Free Spirit Media wrote about the thriving mission-oriented bookstores in Chicago.
A number of ABA member stores made the list of best bookstores in Los Angeles.
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