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It will be the local chainlet's fourth location in the East Village and fifth overall in New York City.
"Since I'm back I see beloved stores that aren't there anymore. It's like a ghost town."
It is hard out there for an indie bookstore. Some seem to be doing fine, some seem to think it is everyone else's job to bail them out, and some, sadly, are closing.
Now that the St. Mark's Bookshop has been granted a rent reduction from Cooper Union, it's time to party!
It's been a whirlwind month for the St. Mark's Bookshop, but now that Scott Stringer has stepped in, the store is getting their rent reduction, after all.
In the wake of yesterday's disappointing news, a new petition is circulating, vowing to boycott any business that moves into the Bookshop's space should they go out of business.
The long, sad saga of the St. Mark's Bookshop vs. Cooper Union comes to an end, as the Union hands down its final decision: NO rent reduction for the beloved store.
The Cooper Square Committee is urging supporters to call Cooper Union, who is set to vote on the fate of the beloved book store today or tomorrow.
The latest technique in the battle to save the St. Mark's Bookstore? Does the tune "Home on the Range" ring a bell?
Michael Moore pointed out that St. Mark's Bookshop isn't asking for a free lunch, just a rent reduction.
What better way is there to end a day of protesting Wall Street?
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