POLL: Can Chestnut Hill support a community bookstore?

Opinion September 14, 2011 0 Comments

POLL: Can Chestnut Hill support a community bookstore?

This week Greg Williams, owner of Mt. Airy’s Walk a Crooked Mile Books, called on readers to think about creating a community or co-op bookstore in the former Germantown Avenue location of Borders.

Wrote Williams: “We need a place where meetings can be held, where authors can be met, where music can be heard, where community can be nurtured.  Philadelphia needs a great bookstore, and we could make one here.”

We want to hear your thoughts. Be sure to vote in the poll on this page. If the poll answers don’t cover your feelings, be sure to comment below.

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