20 of the best independent bookstores in NYC to explore that have a particular specialty from cooking, to mystery, to comics to drama, to the revolution.
It can be hard to imagine why someone would ever want to find American sub-culture or food when in Paris but sometimes you just need a little dose of home.
Pittsburgh's The Pillow Project pays a visit to Paris' legendary bookshop Shakespeare & Co. for some improvisational dance amongst the stacks.
By following this map, you can trace Hemingway's steps through the City of Light from his first apartment on rue Cardinal Lemoine, through the Latin Quarter and Montparnasse to the Ritz Bar on Place Vendôme.
This bookstore has a fairy tale history; the original shop was owned and run by an American but was closed down by the Nazis during the war and became the meeting point for Hemingway’s "Lost Generation."