Oswego Bookstore Celebrates Milestone: 10 Years in Business

By Lou Sorendo

    On May 18, 1998, a new era in retailing began in downtown Oswego. The river’s end bookstore, perched at the corner of West First and Bridge in the heart of downtown Oswego, opened its doors on that date for the first time. Ten years later, owners ... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 96

Issue 96
June/July 2008

Cover Story

  • Running the Show
  • Doug Waterbury, the new owner of the Renaissance Festival in Sterling, plans to expand

Profiles

Luc Boivin

My First Job

My First Paycheck: $22.50

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Oswego Bookstore Celebrates Milestone: 10 Years in Business

My Turn

What it Takes to Be a Journalist in the Internet Era

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

The Business of Travel

First Person

Top 10 Small Business Advertising Mistakes to Avoid

Economic Trends

Starting or Expanding a Small Business in Oswego County?

Special Article

Is Ethics Dead?

Special Article

Is Ethics Dead?

Where Are They Now

Greg Kreis