Definition of bookshop
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The couple married months later, nonetheless, and opened a bookshop together.
A former bookshop owner and mayor who fought his way back from alcoholism, Schulz often uses his personal story to highlight his message of social solidarity.
Along with the main gallery’s exhibitions (through May, L.A. artist Jason Rhoades), there are two bookshops and Manuela, a restaurant with a Texan twang.
At some stores — such as Amazon’s brick-and-mortar bookshops — paying with cash isn’t an option.
Equally legendary, though stemming from the more militant post-Movida era of the mid-90s, is the bookshop Berkana.
Thousands of first novels come out every year, jockeying for media attention, bookshop space and public notice.
Pick up a copy of Botteghe Storiche, from indie bookshop L’Amico Ritrovato near Palazzo Ducale.
Find it /locally: Shop at Goodyear Arts, the bookshop in SOCO Gallery and various popup events including the upcoming VTGCLT Summer Market June 2-3 at Camp North End; email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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