Bestsellers Café in Medford reopened last Thursday, more than five years after it shut down for renovations on its 19th-century building that were supposed to last five months. Continue reading
More recent news from the Boston literati! We have summer reads, book trailers, the end of the world, the expansion of a bookstore, burlesque ballet and more. There has been a lot happening in the greater Boston area, and soon we’ll clue you in on upcoming events as well. Continue reading
Boston Writers Review had been on an unexpected hiatus the last two months! Here are some recent newsworthy items to note. Continue reading
Newtonville Books opened its doors at its new location a week ago, and the local independent bookstore at its grand opening this past Thursday night was packed even before the advertised 7pm celebration start date.
Boston-area literary notables, emerging writers and the general public intermingled at the new gorgeous space. Read on for photos of a few of them. Continue reading
Newtonville Books has opened a day earlier than originally planned, and is open from 9am to 9pm today at its new location, 10 Langley Road in Newton Centre, Newton, MA.
The new hours are 11am-7pm Sunday, and 9am-9pm Monday to Thursday.
Its grand opening will be held next Thursday, April 5, at 7pm, with special guests mayor Setti Warren and authors Anita Diamant, Atul Gawande, Amy Hempel, Alice Hoffman, and Tom Perrotta, among others.
Margot Livesey will read from her new novel The Flight of Gemma Hardy, her homage to Jane Eyre, at 7pm tonight at Harvard Book Store in Cambridge. Continue reading