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Volumes Bookcafe Reopens In New Wicker Park Location This Week After Neighbors, Volunteers Band Together To Help
Volumes temporarily closed in March 2021 before finding a new location a block south on Milwaukee Avenue. "I have nothing but unconditional love for this community," the co-owner said.
Volumes Bookcafe Will Permanently Return To Wicker Park This Spring, A Year After Leaving Original Storefront
The sisters who own the store said their new mortgage payment is less than half of what they were paying in rent at the old storefront — even though it's just down the street.
Volumes Bookcafe Opens Wicker Park Pop-Up While Plotting Permanent Return To Neighborhood
The beloved bookstore is returning to Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park this month "so that we can be here for everyone for the holidays," one of the co-owners said.
Wicker Park’s Volumes Bookcafe Fundraising For Permanent Home: ‘Look, We’re Here To Stay’
Sisters Rebecca and Kimberly George say they have a new location in mind for the popular Wicker Park book shop — they just need a little more help to buy it.
Volumes Bookcafe Closing Wicker Park Location: ‘We Are Really Proud Of What We Built’
Though they are closing their current storefront, the George sisters plan to reopen in the neighborhood: "This does not mean we are leaving you."
Rep. Quigley To Wicker Park Neighbors: Come To Me With Your Small Business Concerns
In a Zoom call, Quigley addressed issues related to the Paycheck Protection Program, which he said was created in nine days and has "wild gaps."
Volumes Bookcafe In Wicker Park Is Closed Indefinitely, But You Can Help By Buying Books Online
"People have been really supportive," co-owner Kimberly George said. "We've had a lot of online sales. I'm overwhelmed."
Are You Concerned About The Future Of Art In Wicker Park? Join The Discussion This Week
Community Arts Wicker Park aims to create a community land trust nonprofit to buy property and establish a long-lasting arts institution.
Authors Jessica Hopper And Kevin Coval Will Discuss Books, Life And A Changing Wicker Park Thursday
Each ticket comes with a copy of Kevin Coval's new book, "Everything Must Go."