Catch up on this past week’s top tweets before you dive head-first into the sweltering weekend.
China’s newest design-heavy shopping mall is covered in functional bookshelves.
Emilia Clarke wants a future where female actors are known for their work, not their bodies.
Newly awarded grant money will help restore and improve the former home of Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes.
The sight of hundreds of classic novels in a dumpster enraged North Side Chicago residents on Monday. The books were lightly used.
This month, Microsoft will delete all books downloaded by customers from the company’s online store.
Rothco is giving new meaning to “Leaves of Grass” with 10 | The Book That Grew, a book made entirely of grass and root stems.
Sink your tentacles into these 7 books in celebration of NOAA’s discovery of a giant squid off the Gulf of Mexico.
Take this quiz to find out which Victorian ghost haunts your DMs!
New York takes a lot of pride in its homegrown franchises, but will it be able to save a crowd-favorite bookstore chain from foundering in financial troubles?