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Subterranean Books plans ribbon-cutting at new University City space

Subterranean Books plans ribbon-cutting at new University City space

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Subterranean Books celebrates its new, airy space with a ribbon-cutting April 10.

University City Mayor Terry Crow will help celebrate Subterranean Books' new space with a ribbon-cutting at 1 p.m. Saturday (April 10).

The store, which moved into the former space of Plowsharing Crafts, announced says by email that it is "still in a pandemic so our ribbon-cutting ceremony is more of a formal event rather than a party (shall we say a medium-opening?) Our soft opening was a few weeks ago and we've worked out most of the kinks and finally put almost everything in its place and we would love for you to stop by to take a peek."

The new space, at 6271 Delmar Boulevard, more than doubled the size of the store.

A 21st-anniversary party is tentatively planned for fall. 

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