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Selling more than just records, Zia Record Exchange is where locals head to satisfy their entertainment needs. Of course, they do offer a huge selection of new and used music albums, both on vinyl and on CD. But they also sell DVDs, Blu-rays, video games, collectible toys and entertainment-related apparel. And if you have some music and movies that you no longer need, Zia Record Exchange offers top dollar buyback for your goods.
This establishment is definitely the most popular place to buy, sell and trade used books in Tucson. Its huge selection is well organized and categorized, with signs and pointers guiding the customer to the exact section they are searching out. Comfortable armchairs invite readers to try before they buy. Other than books new and old, the store offers a wide range of magazines and used CDs, cassettes and computer games at bargain prices. Books and audio materials may be used as a trade-in for either cash or credit at the discretion of the store clerks.
Situated in the funky but hip environment of Fourth Avenue, this bookstore specializes in books by and for women, inspired by the tradition of the ancient Greek heroine who lent her name to the establishment. Feminist essays, women's studies and lesbian material are represented along with the works of the famous women writers of all ages and nationalities. Recently, the store has expanded to include cards, calendars, jewelry and gifts; but books are still at the core of the business.
This is a bookstore totally devoted to the Christian faith. Although the selection leans heavily on Catholicism, there is some room on the shelves for other denominations. Other than bibles, religious books and literature on the history of the Catholic church, the store features a large selection of sacred music in different styles. Also, Trinity Bookstore is probably the shop with the largest number of Catholic saints on its shelves. Devotional candles abound. If you're looking for a religious souvenir, this is the place to go.