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Looking for a happily ever after

What’s the story with the future of independent bookstores? In some cases, it’s quite positive.

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / April 6, 2010

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Then there were three. The death roll of A-list bookstores in the core of Boston includes the amazing Waterstone’s in the Exeter Street Theatre, Frank Kramer’s Harvard Book Store Cafe on Newbury Street, the Stavis family’s Wordsworth in Harvard Square, the excellent Barnes & Noble on Washington Street, and so on, ad infinitum. (Full article: 708 words)

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