Featured Bookshop: Sherman’s Opens a Store in Portland, Maine
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Featured Bookshop: Sherman’s Opens a Store in Portland, Maine

  Sherman’s, Maine’s oldest bookstore, is part of a happy trend:  an increasing number of independent bookshops are opening.  In this case, Sherman’s expanded to open a fifth store in Portland in April, rounding out its other locations in Bar Harbor, Camden, Freeport, and Boothbay Harbor. Sherman’s is located on Exchange Street, a browsing, dining … Continue reading »

Featured Bookshop:  Books on the Square, Providence, Rhode Island
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Featured Bookshop: Books on the Square, Providence, Rhode Island

Books on the Square is a fine place to find a gift for your favorite reader (and that might be you, yourself). Located on the east side of Providence, RI, (steps from three different cafes, and the Paper Nautilus Bookshop), this commodious and welcoming shop is also extremely well-organized:  the internal signage will quickly orient … Continue reading »

Featured Bookshop: Paper Nautilus Books in Providence, Rhode Island
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Featured Bookshop: Paper Nautilus Books in Providence, Rhode Island

Paper Nautilus Books in Providence, Rhode Island, is a fine destination for devoted readers. Located in the East Side’s Wayland Square neighborhood among restaurants, cafes, and boutiques, its unprepossessing storefront barely hints at the pleasures inside. But before you step through the door, take a few minutes to rummage through the crates of bargain books … Continue reading »

Featured Bookshop: The Old Professor’s Bookshop in Belfast, Maine. Where you find the answers to “What Is? And What Matters?”
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Featured Bookshop: The Old Professor’s Bookshop in Belfast, Maine. Where you find the answers to “What Is? And What Matters?”

There’s an international organization founded by Richard Booth in Hay-on-Wye, Wales, which promotes “Book Towns.” The idea behind the organization is to promote sustainable rural development and tourism, by recognizing communities like Hay-on-Wye that are known for their literary culture. The group also organizes biannual book festivals. The 2016 Book Town festival will be held … Continue reading »