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Buying My Way Through Boston

When did traveling turn into an extended shopping trip? Has consumerism taken over our sense of adventure? Even at Walden Pond? Read More »

Books Are Dead; Now What About Our Libraries?

The rise of ebooks are not only signaling the end of traditional bookstores, but also libraries. Read More »

Borders Files for Bankruptcy; 200 Stores to Close

In the near term the news is probably good for rival Barnes & Noble, but the brick-and-mortal bookstore business has been declining for years. Read More »

E-Book Invasion to Eliminate Brick and Mortar Bookstores?

Reading to me is a warm experience—paperback or hard cover book in my lap, a cup of tea or coffee on a side table and an opportunity to unplug from the glare of electronic devices Read More »

Bare Shelves and Bleak Futures at Borders

Where is a middle-aged nerd to find his space opera in a world of glabrous vampire romance? Read More »

Waiting for D-Day: Will Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol Be a Mega-Hit?

Sept. 15 is almost here - will Dan Brown's latest book save the book industry? Read More »