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American entrepreneur Jeff Bezos first registers his fledgling company under the name Cadabra Inc in July 1994.
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DRG Records celebrates the release of Gerard Alessandrini 's Forbidden Broadway : Comes Out Swinging! which is produced by Grammy Award winner Hugh Ford in, and is available in stores and online today, July 22nd.
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"Fizz, Boom, Read!" Summertime Reading Program was held at the Duval County- Public Libraries on Thursday, July 17, event was story time in which several book titles were selected and staff read from each book in order that children and adults attending could listen to samples of different stories and authors writing styles.
In the battle for online real estate listings, two services have emerged in recent years as the dominant residential websites, surpassing even the National Association of Realtors' affiliated website and mobile service.
Barnes & Noble has decided to split into two seperate companies . They are spinning off their Nook and College segments into one company.
Now, Tarr's art is "kicking butt" in a new way: The Mount Pleasant native is the illustrator of the new volume of Batgirl comic books from DC Entertainment, due out in October.
Huma Abedin Weiner, long-time aide to Hillary Clinton and former Deputy Chief of Staff at the State Department, was spotted supporting Clinton at her book signing at Barnes & Noble in New York.
Retail space is available at Midtown Center on Milwaukee's north side, the site of the old Capitol Court Mall.
Barnes & Noble, Inc. , the nation's largest retail bookseller and the leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products, today announced a pop culture celebration in its stores nationwide from today, July 18 through August 10. Get Pop-Cultured with Barnes & Noble will bring to life customers' favorite books, characters, DVDs, ... (more)
Two years from now, when the GOP faithful convene in Cleveland for their national convention, protests will surely accompany the festivities.
Where I Belong by J. Daniels leads the Self-published Bestsellers List this week for the second week in a row.
Liz Adair, award-winning author and local resident, announces the launch of her newest book, Trouble at the Red Pueblo, a Spider Latham mystery set in the Kanab/Fredonia area.
On Wednesday, attorneys for 33 U.S. states detailed the terms of a settlement made with Apple Inc. to resolve claims that the computer giant worked with publishers to illegally raise the price of e-books.
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