coffee

food-wtf

Take That, Starbucks Mermaid: Shirtless Dudes Are Serving Coffee in Seattle Now

"There was a topless guy sitting in there with swollen pecs and whatnot."
Jelisa Castrodale
2 days ago
food news

A Spilled Cup of Coffee Caused a Terrifying Emergency Plane Landing

Four crew members and one passenger had to be rushed to a nearby hospital to receive treatment for smoke inhalation.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.13.19
food news

India's 'Coffee King' Disappears After Allegedly Writing Letter Apologizing for His Failures

VG Siddhartha allegedly said that he had "failed as an entrepreneur," and asked for forgiveness.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.30.19
food news

Trump Campaign's Ad Showing 'Real' American Workers Actually Uses Foreign Stock Photos

The MAGA team used Turkish stock photos of a bearded hipster and a Japanese coffee shop instead of finding 'real' Americans to appear in its ads.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.3.19
personal finance

How the 'Don't Buy Coffee' Line Made One Guy Rich and Everyone Else Miserable

Simple advice about saving has spawned a toxic debate.
Allie Conti
6.24.19
food news

There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Coffee, Scientists Say

Jittery? Anxious? Heart pounding out of your chest? If you're downing half a dozen cups a day, you're doing it wrong.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.14.19
food-wtf

Man Designs Revolutionary Stirring Machine That's Basically Just a Spoon

I’ll probably buy the first Stircle I find at Goodwill. It’ll look great beside my Juicero.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.9.19
food-features

Boston's Forgotten Coffee Jelly Lives On in Japanese Desserts

“When I tell my friends about coffee Jell-O… they just raise their eyebrows.”
Nicole Carpenter
5.9.19
personal finance

Stop Telling Us We're Broke Because We Buy Coffee, Please

The idea that better budgeting could solve all our financial woes is a stubborn myth that refuses to die.
Alex Norcia
5.8.19
labor

Months After Workers Unionize, Mighty Good Coffee Will Close Its Cafes

The company said the cafes will close due to "personal family issues," but its non-union roastery remains open.
Tom Perkins
4.22.19
This Week in Science

More People Are Feeling Despair and it Might Be Killing Us

A study of over 18,000 Americans found that despair increases in your 30s and could be leading to an increase of "deaths of despair."
Shayla Love
4.22.19
coffee

Coffee Company Voluntarily Changing Its Name Over Cultural Appropriation Concerns

For 14 years, Wisconsin-based Kickapoo Coffee has sold award-winning fair trade and organic coffee—but now it's Kickapoo no more.
Jelisa Castrodale
4.19.19
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