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Allann Brothers Beanery (Downtown Salem). You can find copies on their free table near the front, as you come in. The table is quite cluttered, so it might be worth it to dig around. Monday – Saturday, 6 AM – 7PM. Sunday, 7 AM – 6 PM.
The Book Bin (Downtown). These are available on the second floor, on they “free publications” rack. Open Monday – Saturday, 9 AM to 9 PM, Sundays 10:00 AM to 7 AM.
The Governor’s Cup. These are available on the free table near the front of the cafe as you come in. Sunday – Thursday, 6 AM – 11 PM. Friday & Saturday, 6 AM – 12 AM.
The Green Depot. These are available in the lobby. This is a 21+ establishment. Monday – Sunday, 10 AM – 8 PM.
Jori Zan’s. These are now available in the lobby at Jori Zan’s. There should be a few, so feel free to take one. It’s not weird, I promise. Tuesday – Saturday, 12 Noon – 7 PM.
KMUZ. These are available in the lobby. Conventionally only open Monday – Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM, though occasionally not open to the public for a variety of reasons. But if you are there, you can certainly pick one up.
Ranch Records has them. There’s a few on the free shelf, but you’ll have to ask for it by name at the front counter. Lori has also promised she will slip them to customers that she thinks will dig it, so pick up a record and a local zine, too. They are open Monday – Saturday, 11 AM to 7 PM.
Sí Como No Deli has them. They are on the counter, to the left of where you order. They are open Monday – Sunday, 6 AM – 8:30 PM, though I heard that they may start closing early, so maybe go early?
The Space Concert Club. I dropped off a pile of these at the bar, so you may have to ask for it there to get one. Open Tuesday – Sunday, 5 PM – 12 AM.
Summer Street Little Library. These are now in stock at my favorite Little Library in town. This library is also stocking some of my older zines, too. Pretty much open 24 / 7, but don’t be creepy.
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