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Prospect Heights »

The shop for black literature was founded in 1976 and closed in Prospect Heights in the early 2000s.

East Harlem »

The bookstore has been near the corner of 103rd Street and Lexington Avenue for more than three years.

East Village »

The longtime bookstore has launched a new crowdfunding campaign to stay open into the next year.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Fort Greene book shop will expand into the 23-story tower now under construction on Flatbush Ave.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The second location of the popular Fort Greene shop is now open at Play Kids on Flatbush Avenue.

Lower East Side »

The bookshop hopes to remodel its storefront and update equipment.

Upper East Side »

The location will feature a new on-demand book printer and a new coffee shop.

Forest Hills »

The store on Austin Street has been in business for more than 20 years.

Red Hook »

Pioneer Books will open at the end of the month.

DUMBO »

P.S. Bookshop has been selling rare and used books on Front Street in DUMBO for nearly a decade.

East Village »

The specialty bookstore opened at its new East Second Street address Wednesday.

Washington Heights »

Word Up Community Bookshop will screen classic cartoons and encourage guests to act like kids again.

Kew Gardens »

The event, which will feature works by local authors, is scheduled for Nov. 13.

Upper West Side »

The bookstore recently dismissed five employees for voting in favor of joining a union.

East Village »

St. Mark's Bookshop opened its new spot on E. 3rd St. after high rents forced the store to move.