In 1975, Glenn Goldman opened the Sunset Strip’s famed Book Soup. On Friday, he put it up for sale. On Saturday, he died. In a prepared statement, Book Soup general manager Tyson Cornell said, “The store remains an extremely viable business, and the entire staff wants to carry on the legacy of Book Soup.” Please, Hollywood, make sure this showbiz treasure stays open and financially sound.
Future Of Hollywood's Fave Book Store?
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