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Join Fine Books & Collections for their review of Rare Book Week West between Feb 5-12!
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For all the hand-wringing Cassandras worrying about today's inauguration, take heart and consider the first swearing-in ceremony of America's sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln. On March 4, 1861, the country was a scant six weeks from entering the Civil War, seven states had already seceded from ...
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Jason Hough, author of The Darwin Elevator, revels in the enduring cultural significance of Philip Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
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What a bunch of … A Canadian fish and chips franchise called “Moby Dick’s” is suing their local building council for blocking the purchase of a new restaurant, because the c…
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Selling Rare Books on NYC Sidewalks. Ed Smith. Ed Smith began selling books in the early 1980s. He joined the ABAA in 1995, serving on the Board of Governors twice. As Public Relations Chair, he produced two films for the ABAA, a documentary of the ABAA SF Book Fair in 2003 and a short PR film.
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Beyond Winnie-the-Pooh: A. A. Milne's Lesser Known Work
Those of us who grew up in the shade of the Hundred Acre Wood or who raised our children there, owe a debt of gratitude to A.A. Milne.
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So far, humans have relied on the written word to record what we know as history. When artificial intelligence researchers ran billions of those words from decades of news coverage through an automated analysis, however, even more patterns and insights were revealed.
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What are some of the most famous inaugural addresses in print? What should you consider when beginning or adding to your collection?
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Voter fraud may not be a modern political concern, but decades and centuries ago it was a practice as American as apple pie.
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Schoolboy discovers rare volume in Lower Hutt community's
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Vancouver indie Barbara-Jo’s Books to Cooks is set to close down at the end of February after nearly 20 years of bookselling and events.
Barbara-Jo McIntosh (bookstocooks.com) Vancouver indie Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks is set to close down at the end of February after nearly 20 years of bookselling and events. Frequented by culinary giants like Gordon Ramsay and Anthony Bourdain, the storefront at 1740 West 2nd Avenue offered cooking classes, book-club meetings, chef and food author talks, and more, in a space equipped with seating and an open kitchen. Owner Barbara-jo McIntosh s...
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“All discarded lovers should be given a second chance, but with somebody else.” — Mae West. The celebrated Vaudevillian Mae West might have been talking about men she had known, but her advice is equally true for the books one has loved. The demands of shelf space, changing family needs, or a ...
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