The best independent bookstores reflect and serve their community. They provide a space for ideas and discovery through interesting stock, author events, and literary gatherings. Here are some of the best in Los Angeles.
Grammy nominated singer Sheila E. stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to talk about her book “The Beat of My Own Drum” and her first album in 13 years.
These local bookstores in Los Angeles represent the best in community-centered opportunities for literature-loving folks.
Here are a few of the Los Angeles area’s best bookstores for you to visit this Small Business Saturday!
This old style bookstore has every book under the sun and when you stumble on that special book, you’ll be thankful Book Soup hasn’t gone the way of most bookstores.
The past few years have been tough on bookstores, not only because of the economy but due to the increased popularity of electronic readers. Here are five community bookstores in Los Angeles happy to sprinkle your life with culture.
America’s largest public celebration of the written word, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, takes place on April 21 and 22. After 15 years at UCLA, The Festival of Books relocated to the University […]
No one knows noir better than p.g. sturges, the author of the Los Angeles noir series “Shortcut Man” and “Tribulations of the Shortcut Man.” Here, he shares his six favorite classic LA noir spots – in classic noir fashion.
If you are missing a copy of “1984” or “Anna Karenina,” pick one up for $2.50 at Iliad.