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Busboys and Poets Books
7 Locations Around Washington D.C.
Busboys and Poets is a community gathering place. First established in 2005, Busboys and Poets was founded by owner Andy Shallal, an artist, activist and restaurateur. After opening the flagship location at 14th and V Streets, NW, the neighboring residents and progressive community embraced Busboys, particularly activists opposed to the Iraq War. Busboys and Poets is now located in seven distinctive neighborhoods in the Washington Metropolitan area and is a cultural hub for artists, activists, writers, thinkers and dreamers.
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The Harmful Impact of Audible Exclusives
By Mark Pearson • September 7th, 2023
You may have noticed there are certain audiobooks that are not available on Libro.fm. They are called Audible Exclusives, and they hurt bookstores, they hurt libraries, and they limit community access to audiobooks.Read the article