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02/03/2009

Wilde ride nearing end

by Jeremy Hooper

P6290046It's a sad day, literary gays. The owner of NYC's Oscar Wilde Bookshop has announced that the 41-year-old Greenwich Village mainstay, believed to be the oldest LGBT bookstore in the nation, will be closing for good on March 29:

Venerable Gay Bookstore Will Close [NY Times -- City Room]

Goddamn you internet killing all aspects of gay media!

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Love...bookstores...But those are DEAD TREE books..so sorry. NOT GREEN!, unless all reprinted on recycled. Too bad it can't update to a wifi coffee shop..with GOOD-AS-YOU ads on the walls!

Posted by: LOrion | Feb 3, 2009 11:07:59 PM

I remember being a teenager and really nervous and afraid to go in......It took around four attempts before I built up the courage to actually go in......times change

Posted by: JOHN NORMILE | Feb 5, 2009 10:42:24 AM

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