The legendary Powell’s still sits empty of customers, no matter how many people may be buying online or via curbside pickup. The hope for 2021 is just to survive, says its CEO. But for some smaller bookstores, nimble moves were easier. Take Maggie Mae’s, a children’s bookstore. “The takeway for Maggie Mae’s … is to ’embrace the pivot’ by making changes that will benefit both the business and the community.” – The Oregonian

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