December 24, 2014, “Endpaper: After 30 years, South Side’s City Books is closing.” Pittsburgh City Paper. (Former owners at South Side location.)

December 17, 2015, “Littsburgh’s Year in Reading: Part Two.”

March 14, 2016, “Diana Nelson Jones’ Walkabout.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

March 14, 2016, “Retooled City Books re-opens tomorrow on Pittsburgh’s North Side.” Pittsburgh City Paper.

March 16, 2016, “City Books reopens as Northside’s first indie bookstore.” The Northside Chronicle.

March 20, 2016, “A Bookstore Resurrected.”

March 22, 2016, “City Books’ new ‘edition’ blends many genres.”

April 10, 2016, “‘Jungle Book’ film puts new attention on British author Kipling.”

May 9, 2016, “Local Business Spotlight: City Books.”

May 27, 2016, “Real and fictional people and places help readers travel without leaving home.”

Summer 2016, “Rust Belt Boy: Stories of an American Childhood, a Review.” Arts Local.

November 15, 2016, “Lessons on Love & Landscape.” Arts Local.

November 19, 2016, “BookTV: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.” C-SPAN2.

December 7, 2016, “Pittsburgh’s indie-bookstore revival continues.” Pittsburgh City Paper.

March 2, 2018, “Northside Chronicle.”

October 7, 2018, “The Oldest Used Bookstore In Pittsburgh Will Be Your New Favorite Destination.”

November 8, 2018, “Tree of Life Memorial Reading to Benefit Immigrant-Aid Group.” WESA-FM 90.5.

November 15, 2018, “City Books hosts memorial reading to honor victims of Tree of Life shooting.” The Northside Chronicle.

March 25, 2019, “The Best Bookstores in All 50 States.”

April 12, 2019, “How Libraries Help Authors Boost Book Sales.”

April 29, 2019, “Take a Tour of Pittsburgh By the Book.” Pittsburgh Magazine.

May 13, 2019, “Walkabout: Food drive to help North Side pantry, strengthen bonds among merchants.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Jan. 30, 2020, “The Best Bookish Versions of the Dolly Parton Challenge.”

Feb. 1, 2020, “11 Comfy and Cozy Pennsylvania Books Shops to Get Lost In On a Snowy Day.”