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Since 1973, <b>Spartacus Books</b> is a non-profit, volunteer & collectively run bookstore & resource center that was located right on the edge of Vancouver's Eastside [http://www.spartacusbooks.org/olspartacus.htm/ ol' Spartacus page].  
 
Since 1973, <b>Spartacus Books</b> is a non-profit, volunteer & collectively run bookstore & resource center that was located right on the edge of Vancouver's Eastside [http://www.spartacusbooks.org/olspartacus.htm/ ol' Spartacus page].  
Spartacus sold new and used books, zines, comics, magazines, CDs, videos, Tshirts, patches, pins, posters and cards (and more!).
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<b>Spartacus</b> sold new and used books, zines, comics, magazines, CDs, videos, Tshirts, patches, pins, posters and cards (and more!).
  
 
The <b>Spartacus</b> collective hosted shows, workshops, readings and free film nights.
 
The <b>Spartacus</b> collective hosted shows, workshops, readings and free film nights.

Revision as of 15:42, 16 July 2006

Since 1973, Spartacus Books is a non-profit, volunteer & collectively run bookstore & resource center that was located right on the edge of Vancouver's Eastside ol' Spartacus page. Spartacus sold new and used books, zines, comics, magazines, CDs, videos, Tshirts, patches, pins, posters and cards (and more!).

The Spartacus collective hosted shows, workshops, readings and free film nights.

As a community space, Spartacus had couches, workspace and free networked computer terminals (scanner, printer, and CD burner).

The Spartacus collective's focus now is to bring back that wonderful Spartacus community space.