The book store Mary and Trump’s is launching its first location in New Yorkers’ heartland, a book shop called BookExchange Bookshop in East Harlem.
The New York Times has named Mary and Clinton’s book store BookExchange Bookshop as one of the best places to find great books.
“Mary and Donald are a great family and a wonderful community,” said the company’s president and CEO, Mark Johnson.
“We have a passion for quality, and they have one.”
The bookshop will be located in the former site of the Dune Bookshop, a small bookstore that closed in 1999.
The Dune store was an outpost for local booksellers who would stock their wares at a discount, and some of the local bookstores closed in the early 2000s, leaving the DUNE store behind.
The company is planning to expand the bookstore into the Dillard’s department store space, which was a popular spot for local books in the 1980s and 1990s.
The space will be the companys first in the area, which is a historically black neighborhood that is also a stronghold for hipsters.
Johnson said that he and his partners were inspired by the city’s historic black history and the area’s rich literary and literary arts scene.
They were looking for a bookstore that would have a vibrant space to promote and showcase the rich literary heritage in the community.
The new store will feature an art gallery, book and other books, as well as a food truck, an arts center, a performance space, and a coffee shop, according to the Times.
“We want to be part of the community,” Johnson said.
“There’s a great history of African-American literature, and the Dunes are an important part of that.
We hope that this will help bring this community together.”
Johnson is not sure when the store will open, but he said it will be “soon.”