Keillor bookstore gets new location

In a statement Friday, author Garrison Keillor says his store, "Common Good Books," will move to Snelling Avenue near Macalester College in St. Paul. The Minnesota native says the new location showcases a strong neighborhood flavor.
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In a statement Friday, author Garrison Keillor says his store, "Common Good Books," will move to Snelling Avenue near Macalester College in St. Paul. The Minnesota native says the new location showcases a strong neighborhood flavor.

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