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Whether you love the holidays or canâ€™t escape an obligation, checking off even a couple names on your list with a visit to our co-op will have a considerable impact!
To celebrate Small Business Saturday, we're teaming up with other local, independent bookstores to offer an exciting day of promotions and activities. Don't forget your Indie Bookstore Passport!
Our mural is completed! Big thanks to artist Austen Mikulka and Rental All on Hendersonville Rd for letting us keep the scaffolding two extra days with no charge when it rained.
We're seeking financial support for a new event series designed to bring radical and progressive voices to Western North Carolina.
Our collective is excited to announce the launch of two in-house book groups! Members will meet monthly to discuss books of literary and social significance.
As of July 12th, we are now officially operational at our new storefront in West Asheville! Come check out our new location and see how we've grown.
Have you ever wanted to own a bookstore or a cafe? Like a generous helping of egalitarianism in your workplace? Wake up every day hoping to challenge and be challenged? If so, read on!
Our collective is thrilled to announce that we'll be launching a partnership with the Coalicion de Organizaciones Latino-Americanas (COLA) when we open the doors in West Asheville this Spring.
In anticipation of our move into 610 Haywood Rd next month, we are seeking individuals with trade skills. If you have professional experience with carpentry, lighting design, plumbing or electrical work, please give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since announcing our new location on Haywood Road and launching our crowdfunding campaign two days ago, our co-operative has received some great local media attention!
Ten months after closing our storefront in Downtown Asheville, we are excited to announce our future location in West Asheville!
Throughout the last few months our excitement for launching the next chapter of our project in West Asheville has only grown. But good things, it would seem, take time.