Article by Mel Ulle
Tattered Cover is an iconic bookstore in Denver, but it has always been so much more for those who grew up in this city. All of us have a special memory or memories of Tattered Cover. It might be the hours spent every weekend for two years in the lower level of the Cherry Creek store reading about different colleges and universities all over the country. Sitting cross-legged on the floor in the same spot every week, imagining historic dining halls in Philadelphia or the Rotunda in Charlottesville, gothic chapels in Rhode Island. Or maybe it was staffing a political shero at her book signing at the Colfax location, or perhaps it was just getting warm and eating a muffin between meetings downtown while an April blizzard dumped heavy slush all over LoDo.
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