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Lower East Side »

From comics to culinary books, the Lower East Side's history has sparked many page-turning tales.

Yorkville »

Yorkville resident Brittany Geragotelis wrote "Life's a Witch" and "What the Spell?"

Bed-Stuy »

Dozens flocked to True South Book Store in Bed-Stuy after the owner, Monroe Brown, was hospitalized.

Washington Heights »

The all-volunteer bookstore is set to open July 26 at its new West 165th Street location.

Gramercy »

Xavier Society for the Blind has cut its staff and is selling its East 23rd Street property.

Hudson Heights »

The Little Free Library, which opened Sunday in Bennett Park, is an honor-system book trading post.

New York City »

Discover Brooklyn's next Jhumpa Lahiri or Jonathan Safran Foer at these eclectic readings.

West Village »

Carmine Street Comics will share space with Unoppressive, Non-Imperialist Bargain Books.

West Village »

A rare book fair returning to the Village on Saturday celebrates the printed page.

Washington Heights »

Donors contributed more than $60,000 to help reopen the Uptown book shop, which closed in August.

Upper East Side »

The 96th Street Library will close from January to July 2013.

Lower East Side »

BGSQD is creating community through selling books with a gay connection. 

Park Slope »

PowerHouse on 8th and Community Bookstore now feature roomy children's sections.

New York City »

People took to Twitter to recommend books to read while New Yorkers ride out the storm.

Upper East Side »

The famed bookstore's lease on the Central Park book stalls is up for renewal.