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Reopening Open Books

Reopening Open Books

By Hana Frenette Open Books has opened their doors once again. The independent, volunteer-run store has changed locations a handful of times and hosted a myriad of dedicated workers since its [...]

A Conversation with a Folk Singer

A Conversation with a Folk Singer

By Hana Frenette Folk music has always been around. It’s been played on porches and along country roads, in back seats of cars and inside crowded cafes or cheap hotel rooms. It’s existed [...]

Hot Times: “Salud” at Open Books

Hot Times: “Salud” at Open Books

A timely examination of human values and the health issues that affect us all, "Salud" looks at the curious case of Cuba, a cash-strapped country with what the BBC calls ‘one of the world’s [...]

Hot Times: Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration at Open Books

Hot Times: Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration at Open Books

This Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, please join Open Books, Prison Book Project and members of the New Poets Society as we host a celebration of the life and struggles of Dr. Martin Luther King, [...]

Hot Times: Open Books Celebrates Its Third Year

Hot Times: Open Books Celebrates Its Third Year

Three Years and Counting Open Books Celebrates Its Third Year! This fall--Open Books, a non-profit bookstore and home of the Prison Book Project— will celebrate its third anniversary.  To show [...]

Staff Pick: Africian-American Shakespeare

Staff Pick:  Africian-American Shakespeare

Shelton Alexander, professionally known as African-American Shakespeare, is a poet and an activist. Alexander has been part of the spoken word scene since 2001. He won the title of Grand Slam [...]