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Next Chapter turns final page

Published Sept. 11, 2012

Next Chapter Bookshop, 10976 N. Port Washington Rd., in Mequon, officially closed its doors today.


Open Book rallies for Shorewood co-op

Published July 1, 2009

I recently told you about the new push to get a co-op bookshop open in Shorewood to replace the now-defunct Schwartz location on Oakland Avenue. Tonight there's a kick-off rally at 7 p.m. at Hubbard Park River Club, 3656 N. Morris Blvd.


Open Book shows Milwaukee's passion for indie bookselling

Published June 17, 2009

The other day a group hoping to open a co-op bookshop announced its plans to put that store in the former Schwartz Bookshop, 4093 N. Oakland Ave., in Shorewood. It's great to see the passion for indie bookselling in Milwaukee continues after the demise of Schwartz and Broad Vocabulary.


Scarpaci's book is more than a "family album"

Published April 4, 2009

There have been a number of coffee table books using historical photos to recount the story of the Italians in America, but I think Vincenza Scarpaci's new "The Journey of the Italians in America" -- published by Pelican -- is different.


Laken lives the dream with her first major novel

Published Feb. 16, 2009

She's not a Milwaukeean by birth, but author Valerie Laken is a confirmed Midwesterner who has quickly come to be smitten by the city's charms. And, even though her debut novel, "Dream House," published in hardcover last month by HarperCollins, is set in her native Ann Arbor, across the lake, Laken says Milwaukee definitely affected how the book turned out.

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