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Home Sweet Home

Ken and I made it safely back to Portland yesterday (Monday). He spent most of the day catching up on his Washington Huskies football games, while I played with the dog at the park and then totally crashed out. We really had a wonderful time with our friends in Sweden … Read more →

What Baristas Do When Left Unsupervised

Ryan Willbur texted me the other day with great excitement: “sarah… it’s willbur.. we may have a cover for you…” Seems Ryan and his pals at Intelli L.A. were playing around with ideas for James Hoffmann’s Absurd Latte Art Contest, and they were so inspired by their creation that they … Read more →

Meet Leah

I’ve talked about Leah a lot lately — in my letter from the editor in the August/September issue of Barista Magazine, and here on the blog — but I wanted those of you who don’t already know her to put a face with the name, so here she is, Leah … Read more →

Editorial Advisory Posse

You may recall my editor’s letter in the June/July ’07 issue of Barista Magazine in which I said thank you and goodbye to our original editorial advisory board. They were an awesome group, and I especially appreciate their faith in Ken’s and my vision when Barista Mag was just a … Read more →

Win stuff

Do you remember when we had a feature in Barista Magazine called “So…”? We would ask questions of people at trade shows and barista competitions, take their photos and print the whole thing in the magazine. But we thought it got kind of boring so we stopped doing it. Now … Read more →

A little somethin' extra

When I went to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to interview and photograph Jon Lewis for the August/September issue of Barista Magazine, I took hundreds and hundreds of photos. Jessica, Barista Magazine’s amazing art director, was able to incorporate an incredible number of them into her layout for the article (partially because … Read more →

Now open: Barista Magazine Cafe!

Just kidding. Even if we had the time to take on another project, we sure as heck don’t have any barista skills. Funny story: when Ken and I lived in Seattle, I worked for Zoka doing marketing and Ken was freelance writing and editing full-time. Now, anyone who has ever … Read more →

Thanks for checking out pasteboard

Yeah, it’s another blog. One more stop on your stroll around the internets. But I hope you will stop by often. This week in Portland, we’re wrapping up our August/September issue, and I’m getting ready to go to Japan, Tokyo specifically, for the World Barista Championships on Saturday. I’m very … Read more →

Sunday…

It is a typical Sunday at deadline, which means that so far, I have organized a bunch of photos from Ken’s and my trip to the zoo last week for my birthday; I have registered for more presents for our upcoming wedding, and thanks to an invite from my pal … Read more →

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