The following article was recently published in the Local Business Feature of the December 2018 issue of Boca Magazine. To read the full article follow the link and navigate to page 82 in the flipbook.
The following article was originally published in the Palm Beach Daily News Shiny Sheet on Monday, January 15th.
Worth Avenue bookstore shares lesson on Dr. King with local students. By Ian Cohen – Special to the Daily News
Cindy Metzler pulled the folded sheet of paper from her purse. It was a copy of Martin Luther King Jr.’s […]
The following article was recently featured on the front page of The Coastal Star. View the original post on The Coastal Star’s website here.
By Ron Hayes
“I was a unique child,” Matthew Raptis remembers. “My parents did not allow me to have video games, so I read books and played outside.”
Reading gave Raptis a love of books. […]
In the News – For Matthew Raptis, Rare Books Are More Than Just A Business; They’re A Key To The Past
We have recently been featured in the Palm Beacher Magazine:
Matthew Raptis doesn’t judge a book by its cover alone. He also judges it by its publication date, its condition and its relative rarity in the antiquarian book marketplace. Think print is dead? For avid collectors of rare books, it’s anything but.
Mark Twain once wrote, “In […]
By Barbara Marshall – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Posted: 7:00 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016 (View the article on mypalmbeachpost.com here)
Every day, Matt Raptis holds Western civilization in his hands.
He can page through Captain James Cook’s illustrated account of his 18th century journeys to the South Pacific, follow Charles Darwin’s evolutionary reasoning in an original […]