East Harlem gets its first bookstore

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East Harlem gets its first bookstore
Aurora Anaya-Cerda is the tour-de-force behind a new, Latino-culture focused bookstore, La Casa Azul, to open at 143 E.103rd Street in East Harlem this spring.

Page Views' Laura Booth sat down with her to talk about how she developed such a bold project, what her hopes for the store's role in El Barrio will be, and why she expects it to be successful.

[Thanks Steven!]

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