Four Stories is a monthly literary series bridging Greater Boston’s nightlife and arts community (and now Osaka’s and Tokyo’s, too!). Each event is held in a club, bar, or lounge, and features appearances from some of the most acclaimed authors in the nation, all reading their work under a unified theme.
Next event is at The Enormous Room, May 19th.
Tyler (the owner) got to announce on Sat. that he had managed to get a Consolidation loan (after a year of trying), which includes the tax debt, and that they’ll be removing the Lien on the Store in the next 2 weeks as the paperwork clears. The money from the fundraiser donations and the folks who helped out by shopping etc will be put towards getting the loan payments dealt with and getting the store in a better way with stocking what people want and providing the services/activity space that they want.
Pandemonium Books & Games in Central Square Cambridge (4 Pleasant Street, behind the 7-11 on Mass Ave and across the street from the Post Office) is having financial problems, from a combination of Taxes/Fees owed to the State Department of Revenue, outstanding to creditors and the inability to get a cosolidation loan in the current economic downturn from the banking crisis.
In order to start the ball rolling to help, we the local fans and customers of the bookstore are holding a Pot Luck Fund Raiser at the store this Saturday Night, 7-11 pm in the store’s basement activity space.
Folks who want to come and help out this independent bookstore survive should bring a shareable food item and be willing to donate $10 into the Pandemonium Preservation Fund.
Previously: Help Pandemonium Books
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– John L. Bell on Accents in John Adams
– Amesbury’s Interviewing for Their Fire Chief
– In Salem, a dog owner is appealing his pet’s death sentence.
– The Newburyport Literary Festival is coming.
– On Plum Island, there’s now a very real threat of an ‘ocean breakthrough’
– Were you at Anime Boston? These people were.
– The Tufts Daily is tracking recent, nearby crimes on Google Maps.