The Concord Bookshop
65 Main St
Concord, MA 01742
Tel: (978) 369-2405
Mon- Wed 9:30am-6pm
Over 72 years and still going strong! The Concord Bookshop is your local resource for the best in books - and now, through our partnership with Kobo, we offer over 3 million eBooks that can be read on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Our staff includes former school librarians, editors, educators and writers, all of them enthusiastic readers who can track down just about any book in print. If you need suggestions for gift books (which we will gift wrap free of charge), great vacation reads, or your book group's next selection, ask us -- or see our store picks and monthly bestsellers.weekly newsletter!
Join us at the Bookshop on May 19th at 3 pm when we welcome Ted Reinstein, discussing his new book, New England Notebook: One Reporter, Six States, Uncommon Stories.
Ted is a full-time correspondent for “Chronicle”, the long-running and award-winning nightly-newsmagazine on WCVB-TV, ABC’s Boston affiliate. Covering New England, he reports on a wide-range of stories, from human-interest to current events. He received a DuPont-Columbia Journalism Award in 2003 for his reporting on Boston’s “Big Dig.” Elsewhere on television, he hosted “The Popular Mechanics Show” on the Discovery Channel, and “Lighthouses” for HGTV. On the Travel Channel’s “Freeze Frame”, he landed on top of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano, explored caves in Puerto Rico, and swam with sharks in Tahiti.
He is a frequent opinion columnist for Boston’s Metrowest Daily News, has written op-ed pieces for The Boston Globe, and writes a weekly online column for the Bostonchannel.com.
Ted also counts numerous professional theatre credits. He studied acting in New York with Emily Mann, and appeared on the NBC soap, “Another World.” With Boston’s Lyric Stage Company, he has appeared in David Mamet’s “Glengarry Glen Ross”, and “Speed the Plow”, winner of a 1997 Elliot Norton Award. Other Boston credits include “The Deal” with the Huntington Theatre Company, “Death of a Salesman” with the Nora, and the original production of Israel Horovitz’s “North Shore Fish” with Gloucester Stage. As Detective Nick Rossetti in “Shear Madness”, he helped solve the crime more than 500 times in both the Boston and Chicago productions of America’s longest-running play ever. He is the co-author of the play, “Yom Kippur in DaNang”, and has written several plays for the annual Boston Theatre Marathon.Ted received his B.A. and M.F.A. from Brandeis University, is married with two daughters, and lives just west of Boston.