1356 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD | Directions 2121739.310322 -76.639924
Neighborhoods: Druid Heights
Everyones Place – Ihave been going to Everyones place for years. When I was in the Navy everytime I came back to this area I knew this was a Black stor that I could always, always count on, now that I live in VA, I try to get there at least once a month. I also wish the store would expand but i don't mind the trip and the personnel are exceptional and well versed. What ever you DON'T CLOSE.
Celebrate Our Unity! – This place always has the best vibe and most inviting atmosphere. The bookstore is huge, anything African you need get it here and support Black businesses!
Beautiful Vibes – Peace and beautiful vibes in this place of culture. Come in seeking nothing and leave with a claming glow. I can not express the powerful feelings I receive everytime I enter the door of this space. You would have to feel for yourself.
The Promised Land of Knowledge – You might deem this strange, but I have found bookstores to be a relaxing environment where I can take my mind on numerous journeys and not have to pay $3.79 a gallon to get there. While I generally enjoy all bookstores, none compare to that of "Everyone's Place" for me. It's not the Barnes & Noble type of bookstore, but rather it is a quaint place that feels like home (the Mother Land Home). The two-floor sanctuary of heritage and knowledge of heritage is the "place everyone" should go to. Personally, I have never spent less than 3 hours perusing the many books and stressing myself out because I can't decide which books I want the most. Everyone's Place has it all. The Brothers and Sisters there are beautiful inside and out and they're very helpful. I highly recommend Everyone's Place to everyone who is looking for knowledge, wisdom and understanding above and beyond that of mainstream information. If you are looking to be "educated" and not trained, this is your place. There are books for all ages and genders. I only have on regret, and that is when I go, there's no more than one or two other folks there besides myself. Our people should be aware of the knowledge that is at their fingertips. The place might be small, bu the time spent is worth the wait...and don't look for Starbuck's...it isn't there...Peace!
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