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  • In 1983, 77-year-old Frieda Fenster was running an old family business, Stein's Books and Novelty, in Printer's Row.

    Man Charged In 1983 Rape And Murder Of 77-Year-Old

  • Christie's London on Feb. 15 will stage "The Printer's Proof: Etchings by Lucian Freud from the Studio Prints Archive," and follow it on Feb. 17 with "Hockney on Paper."

    A Spectrum Apart

  • The bar at Ruvo, even back when it was Printer's Devil years ago, was always a favorite of ours when forced to wait for a table.

    Long Island Dines

  • In 1983, 77-year-old Frieda Fenster was running an old family business, Stein's Books and Novelty, in Printer's Row.

    Man Charged In 1983 Rape And Murder Of 77-Year-Old

  • In 1983, 77-year-old Frieda Fenster was running an old family business, Stein's Books and Novelty, in Printer's Row.

    Man Charged In 1983 Rape And Murder Of 77-Year-Old

  • Wish Yelp had mentioned it was the "house" restaurant of the Hotel Blake, a newly-renovated, 162-room gem located in the 19th-century Morton and Duplicator building on Printer's Row.

    One For The Table: The Custom House Tavern

  • The bar at Ruvo, even back when it was Printer's Devil years ago, was always a favorite of ours when forced to wait for a table.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • Chicago, it seems, has been hit particularly hard, losing Powell's, the Printer's Row Book Fair (or at least the Chicago Tribune's sponsorship of the fair), and the print version of TriQuarterly magazine all in one year.

    Gina Frangello: Chicago's Women & Children Inspires Three Decades of Writers and Readers

  • In England, where the book was popular, readers laughed at what they called "a most absorbing scuffle in Printer's Alley."

    Queen of the Fabricated Memoir

  • Charles O'Brien, "General Reflections, &c" The Callico Printer's Assistant (London, 1789), n.p. Books discussing a single or a few related subjects — manuals of practice, treatises of all kinds, books on physics, mechanics, or chemistry — further disseminated scientific and technical knowledge and provided critical sources of information and inspiration in the eighteenth century.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

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