Many gardeners think that cooler weather means an end to gardening, but our roundtable of urban farmers offers tips for maintaining your garden throughout the fall months and preparing it for spring.
Book lovers in the Washington region woke up today to news that Karibu Books, a local chain featuring African American oriented titles is closing after fifteen years in business. We get a view on the challenges of running an independent bookstore in the age of the internet and the way publishing houses now view African American readers.
- John Mutter Editor and Chief, Shelf Awareness, a daily email newsletter for the booksellers and librarians; former Executive Editor of Bookselling at Publishers Weekly
- Todd Stewart Co-owner of Vertigo Books (College Park, MD)
- Brother Simba Sana CEO and co-founder, Karibu Books
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