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Spoof Awards 2021: The Winter of Our Discontent Award

Spoof Awards 2021: The Winter of Our Discontent Award

After 27 years of loyal service to the Main Street merchant community in Waynesville, Wall Street Books got booted. The building that the book store resides in has changed hands and unfortunately, a used bookstore isn’t in the plans for those new owners. This winter, bookstore owners are currently in limbo, on the hunt for a new home with an estimated 50,000 books in tow. 

According to hearsay, plans for the soon-to-be vacated building include a restaurant and bar. Perhaps to pay homage to the recently departed literary haven, they should call it “Tequila Mockingbird.”

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