Board, patrons group launch plan to reopen Kepler's Books


The San Jose Mercury News follows up on plans for Kepler's. Kepler's Books of Menlo Park, the popular independent book seller that shut down abruptly in August, is hoping to reopen by October with financial support from patrons and business expertise from a new board of directors, including three Silicon Valley executives.

The new board retains Kepler's heir and owner Clark Kepler as president, CEO and chairman of the board of the 50-year-old Menlo Park institution which became known regionally as one of the premier independent bookstores in the Bay Area.

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