Month / March 2019

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  • A Lost ‘Little Boy’ Nears 100: Poet And Publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti

    For Lawrence Ferlinghetti, living to be 100 is no fun. Speaking from his home in San Francisco recently, Ferlinghetti said he’s practically blind now — he can’t read, and he’s skipping his…

  • Digital vs. Print: The Book Battle Rages On

    As the holiday shopping season swings into full force, it’s interesting to watch people buying books. Many a wish list has everything from the latest by Stephen King to an Amazon Gift Card…

  • Books with Horrible Dating Advice

    When I was single, I hated dating—which is probably why I didn’t do much of it. There are so many unspoken rules, and girls play games, and it’s enough to make you…

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    A New Restaurant & Bookshop Opens in Raleigh

    Kalium Bookshop, a restaurant in downtown Raleigh offering craft beer and dim sum, plus a flower shop and bookstore, opened last Wednesday, the News & Observer reported, noting that the bookshop and floral shop inside…

  • New & Noteworthy Books

    JUNK, by Les Bohem, read by John Waters. (Audible.) Waters, a Hollywood veteran both in front of and behind the camera, narrates the Emmy-winning screenwriter’s epic story of an alien takeover of Planet…

  • External Link: Buy 2 Books, Get the 3rd Free

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