Kramerbooks & Afterwords offers food, fun

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By JESSEKA KADYLAK
Observer staff
Jan. 30, 2008


Observer photo by JESSEKA KADYLAK
Scott Roger Abler is the general manager at Kramerbooks.

Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe, which is in Dupont Circle, offers a vast array of books, a bar and grill, and live entertainment. The book store was established in 1976 as part of the bicentennial celebration, according to owner David Tenney.

Upcoming performances at Kramerbooks & Afterwords:

Wednesday, Jan. 30 – 8 p.m – Hurricane Howie
Thursday, Jan. 31 – 9 p.m. – Jumpin’ Joe
Friday, Feb. 1 – 10 p.m. – Jon Kaplan
Saturday, Feb. 2 – 10 p.m. – Alan Enderson

For a full list of acts, visit kramers.com.

Listen to audio clips of owner David Tenney, Scott Roger Abler (general manager), and Allen Higgs (day manager) to learn more about Kramerbooks.

Scott Roger Abler and owner David Tenney list book topics available.
Abler and Tenney discuss the Kramerbooks & Afterwords customers.
Allen Higgs describes why he enjoys working at Kramerbooks & Afterwords.
Allen Higgs explains the popularity of the Dupont Circle bookstore.

Click play to watch a slideshow of and hear audio about Kramerbooks.

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