Sanders turns the page, scouts for new home for his bookstore
Eclectic downtown shops must move to make way for new development.
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A smaller footprint, he said, may mean giving up a browsing section for the store’s legendary paperback stocks or scaling back on regular author appearances, poetry readings, art exhibits and other gatherings. Seeking out a comparable or bigger space, though, may pull him away from downtown to find less expensive rents.
"After a certain point," Sanders said, "you can’t pretend you’re downtown anymore."
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