Genie Camacho

Genie Camacho

Genie Camacho

Readers Saddened To Lose Stamford Borders

by Anthony Buzzeo04/02/11

Stamford resident Genie Camacho is worried about the future for her grandchildren with the closing of the Borders Book Store on High Ridge Road. They will not experience books, music and art, she said. They will have only the Internet and blogs, Camacho said.

“The Internet is not the way to go,” she said as she entered the store. “What is it coming to?” Camacho was not alone in expressing sadness that Borders Book Store is closing. Dennis Harrington of Pound Ridge, N.Y., routinely travels to the Stamford bookstore and the surrounding shops.

“I wish half the people

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