A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from December 18, 2007
“A community bound by books” (BookPeople slogan)

BookPeople is an independently owned bookstore that opened in Austin in 1970. BookPeople claims to be the largest bookstore in Texas, but takes pride in serving the community.
“A community bound by books” is BookPeople’s slogan, featured on the top of its website.
Wikipedia: BookPeople 
BookPeople is an independent bookstore in Austin, Texas, and the largest bookstore in the state of Texas. It was founded in 1970 and has been voted the best bookstore by the Austin Chronicle every year since 1995.
BookPeople was voted Publisher’s Weekly’s “Best Bookstore in the US 2005”. BookPeople is a member of the Austin Independent Business Alliance. 
BookPeople: The Largest Bookstore in Texas
Who We Are!
BookPeople has been Texas’ leading independent bookstore since 1970. Located in the heart of downtown, BookPeople has been voted best bookstore in Austin for over 15 years. The rest of the country has caught on too; BookPeople was voted Bookstore of the Year by Publisher’s Weekly in 2005. With visits from some of the most interesting and important authors of the past 35 years, as well as by Former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, BookPeople is the destination bookstore in Texas.
Daily Texan (UT-Austin)
Shop around the corner
Independent bookstores fear outside competition yet manage to stay in business as chains move in
By Shelby Downs (Daily Texan Staff)
As “a community bound by books,” as the BookPeople slogan says, marketing director Ellis is confident that the 33-year-old store he works for will make it.
“We’ll just continue to be the best bookstore in Texas,” he said.
Citysearch - Austin
603 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78703-5433
Phone: (512) 472-5050
A center of community in every way
05/06/2006 Posted by gen5tex
BookPeople is truly the best bookstore in Texas (and maybe the world). They have a fabulous inventory of Austin and Texas authors as well as beautiful jewelry, stationary and gifts of all kinds. Don’t miss the funky toy section on the second floor. They have a coffeehouse in store, author visits, book groups and much more. BookPeople is truly a community bound by books.
Pros: Selection, Atmosphere, Staff
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Saturday, February 10, 2007
Love Has Its Own Agenda
BookPeople’s slogan is “a community bound by books”. A group of people that came together for love of words, not to sell a product.

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • Tuesday, December 18, 2007 • Permalink

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