Nonsmokers who drank a cup of coffee a day reduced their risk of death by six percent, a new study finds. Those who drank three to five cups daily saw a 15 percent reduced risk.
Capitalism, classism, and a forced sense of quirkiness are colliding on the streets of the UK capital.
Jon Underwood has been hosting death cafes in the basement of his home since 2011, but now he wants to run one full-time.
With the mounting pressure placed on students, many turn to smart drugs to help them study. And in the pursuit of good grades, who cares if it's fair, legal, or safe?
We investigate if you're really getting ripped off, or are just a caffeine addicted parasite feeding off the third world.
Host Tarik Abdullah shows Munchies all that the Emerald State has to offer with a taste of Seattle's classics: coffee, seafood, Teriyaki, and late-night burgers at Dick's Drive-In.
Lawmakers decided to step in after a guy got caught ejaculating into his co-worker's coffee cup last year.
Everyone has a first shitty office job. You just need to survive it.
Created by Wine Kongsorn and Nat Maitreemit to give the Thai Wiccan community a place to gather, Ace of Cups features spells, rituals, and cakes that match your astrological sign.
May 20, 2015
Is coffee slowly killing us, or turning us into an army of invincible warriors with iron dicks?
Apparently, one to three cups a day keeps the erectile disfunction away.
In this comic by Australian cartoonist Gregory Mackay, Francis the stuffed bear decides to become a coffee delivery boy. It goes terribly.
Blake Dinkin is trying to revolutionize coffee. Just don't think about where those beans have been.
You know Alex Karpovsky as Ray Ploshansky, the sardonic coffee shop manager in Girls. For the past decade, however, he's also acted and directed numerous projects in America's independent film scene.
The FDA released a strong warning against pure powdered caffeine last week, citing the risk of caffeine overdose and adding that "a single teaspoon [is] roughly equivalent to the amount in 25 cups of coffee." That's a lot of caffeine.
She's cooked pizza, fish soup, birthday cake, and something she calls "testicle tacos" using her coffeemaker. She doesn't actually drink much coffee.
Every city has its visual cliches. The stereotypes, falsehoods and cheery slices of xenophobia sold to us on cheap postcards and in crap films that reduce the world's great cities to a handful of worn out cultural cues.
A story about teenagers smoking coffee grounds to get a legal high went viral yesterday. The reality is that ingesting caffeine this way makes you feel so miserable that, if anyone is actually doing this for fun, they're completely stupid.
Sometimes coffee is a delicious drink, sometimes it's implicit in shady backgrounds of corruption and even human rights abuses.
I recently heard about Berlin's Café Strauss because it allows one to enjoy coffee and cake in an unexpectedly peaceful place: the cemetery. Drinking coffee among dead people is a new experience around here. They even host birthday parties (for the living…
I was trying to sleep, but my dumb boyfriend kept waking me up to tell me that he had made coffee. For whatever reason, the idiot couldn't comprehend that I only wake up to party.
Welcome back to Hot Links, our food column dedicated to showcasing the overlooked culinary wonders of YouTube. This is our most gluten-ous entry yet! Ha ha ha ha.
In Japan, hot springs are at the top of the country's relaxation industry. They're so popular, in fact, that some spas feature flavored hot springs where you can bathe in a warm body of wine, green tea, sake, or coffee.
If you hate the War on Drugs, Ricardo Cortés should be one of your favorite illustrators. I talked to him about his book, 'A Secret History of Coffee, Coca, & Cola,' which documents the cozy relationship that Coca-Cola had with the US government's drug-en…