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  • Bookstore News: June 27, 2016

    A books and records shop opens in an old funhouse; books meet pizza in a Bushwick shop; the Milwaukee, Wisc., staple, Reader's Choice, is set to close; and more.

  • Barnes & Noble Bets On Physical Bookstores To Improve Profits

    New stores with cafés that serve beer and wine are part of the chain’s plans to boost its bottom line.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending June 19, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: June 27, 2016

    Emma Cline’s ‘The Girls’ is more than a cult hit, debuting at #5 on our Hardcover Fiction list. Plus the Tony Awards boost the already-strong sales of ‘Hamilton'-related titles, books about dads and granddads have a happy Father’s Day, and much more.

  • CI 4: Telling Stories at Children's Institute

    The 45-hour children's bookseller gathering in Orlando closed on a high note, in large part because of the energy and enthusiasm of booksellers and connections made thanks to the stories they brought with them and the authors presented throughout the institute.

  • Looking to Future, B&N Puts Its Faith In Bricks and Mortar

    In a presentation to investors Thursday morning, company execs unveiled the new cafes that will be the centerpiece of its new concept stores, discussed plan to grow store and online sales, and strategy to continue to shrink Nook losses.

  • Bookstore News: June 23, 2016

    An African-American bookstore returns in California; a North Carolina bookstore adds a B&B; a bookstore searches for space in Queens; and more.

  • Bookstore News: June 21, 2016

    A devastating fire at an historic Ohio bookstore; a just-closed Michigan bookstore could return; a boardwalk anniversary in Delaware; and more.

  • Bookstore Coming to Belmont, Mass. in 2017

    Writer Chris Abouzeit, a bookseller at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, and his wife Kathy Crowley, a writer and a physician, will open the first full-service bookstore in almost seven years in this Boston suburb.

  • Bookstore News: June 20, 2016

    Books-A-Million finds success in N.H.; a Minnesota bookstore doubles in size; ABA sets up an LGBTQ book drive in Orlando; and more.

  • U.S. Publishing Groups Back Hong Kong Bookseller

    In a statement, America’s booksellers, publishers, and librarians expressed admiration for Lam Wing-kee and his defense of the right of the Chinese people to read the books they want.

  • Indie Booksellers Tweak Business Models to Make Most of Hearty Print Sales

    With the resurgence of print formats, indie booksellers are testing new business models, scouting new locations, and starting mini-chains.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending June 12, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: June 20, 2016

    Stephen King’s ‘End of Watch,’ the #1 book in the country, closes out his Bill Hodges trilogy. Plus Dork Diaries author Rachel Renée Russell launches a new series, Mary Roach examines the personal cost of war, and much more.

  • NYC’s Three Lives Faces Possible Move

    With its building on the market, Three Lives & Company in New York City’s West Village may be forced into a relocation. If the store is not offered a lease by its building's new owner, owner Toby Cox said he is prepared to move.

  • Bookstore News: June 16, 2016

    The ABA speaks out on the Orlando massacre; a soon-to-open Chicago bookstore contemplates banning laptops; a South Bronx indie moves one step closer to reality.

  • Bookstore Sales Have Solid April Gain

    Bookstore sales rose 9.7% in April, to $757 million, according to preliminary estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

  • Barnes and Noble's Teen Festival in Photos

    Bookselling chain Barnes and Noble held its first annual Teen Book Festival at locations across the country from June 10–12.

  • Bookstore News: June 15, 2016

    A New Mexico bookstore/art gallery prepares for its grand opening; the Kickstarter for Queen's Bookshop winds down; a Minneapolis B&N could make way for a drug store; and more.

  • Hastings Files for Bankruptcy; Seeks Buyer

    The multimedia retailer filed for Chapter 11 on June 13, with the hope of giving the company more time to find a new buyer. Without a sale, Hastings will likely be forced to liquidate as early as mid July.

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