An Alaska bookstore goes on the block; Kansas, New York stories celebrate anniversaries; a feminist bookstore honors Pride month; and more.

Alaska Bookstore for Sale: Gulliver's Books in Fairbanks, Ala., has closed its cafe and is now for sale.

Kansas Bookstore Celebrates 125 Years: Anderson Book & Office Supply in Newton, Kan., has been run by five generations of one family.

Bluestockings Bookstore Celebrates 18 Years: The feminist and activist bookstore on the the lower east side of Manhattan marks another anniversary.

Lamenting the Loss of a Florida Bookstore: A columnist in The Coconut Grove Grapevine mourns the impending closure of The Bookstore in the Grove.

Chicago Feminist Bookstore Has Pride: Women and Children First bookstore in Chicago has unveiled a month of events focused on LGBTQIA issues.

Bargain Bookstore Opens in Singapore: Page One Publishing, which runs six bookstores in China, has opened a new location.

A Jordanian Bookstore in Pictures: CNN photographs the Al-Maa Bookstore in Amman, which operates out of a Bedouin tent.