Big Little News is Seattle's first bodega-inspired newsstand

Mar 19 2021, 12:24 pm

When you think of bodegas and newsstands, Seattle isn’t typically what comes to mind.

Business leaders Joey Burgess and Tracy Taylor would like to change that with their newest venture: Big Little News.

“We feel it’s a metropolitan necessity to have newsstands, magazine shops, and bodegas on our streets,” said Burgess, a strong believer in the power of print who happens to also be the owner and operator of Queer Bar, Cuff Complex, and The Woods.

Big Little News is Capitol Hill’s newest print hotspot, specializing in magazines. They boast over 250 foreign and domestic magazines as well as coffee table books and other stationery and treats.

 

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In addition to books, the store sells beer and wines along with several other non-alcoholic beverages.

 

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Burgess and Taylor have also introduced a Big Little Subscription box, filled with surprise items from the shop. Each bi-monthly box has a unique theme and includes an exclusive magazine title, specialty snack and stationery, and/or gift item. Boxes cost $35 every two months and can be purchased in-store or online.

 

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Big Little News is currently open daily from 11 am to 7 pm.

Big Little News

Location: 1102 E Pike Street, Seattle
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