The bookstore formerly known as Common Good Books officially turned a new page on April 1 when new owner, Nick Ballas, took over management and began the store’s “Next Chapter.” The change comes after former owner Garrison Keillor decided to sell the bookstore at the beginning of 2019. “We’re largely the same,” store manager David Enyeart said. “Same layout, same staff, same books, but a little bit different,” In addition to the change in name, the store has a fresh coat of paint, new signage and, according to Enyeart, “fresh energy.” Common Good Books had been operating on the corner of Grand and Snelling since 2012 and had been in business since 2006. According to Enyeart, when allegations of sexual misconduct against Keillor surfaced in 2017, the store’s sales suffered significantly. Enyeart says that with Next Chapter, he and Ballas are interested in increasing efforts to engage with the local community. “We’ll certainly return to doing more events, and that sort of thing,” Enyeart said. “Nick is very interested in the community aspect of the store, so we’re going to redouble our efforts on that sort of thing. I’m especially interested in book clubs and other events where we...