Monthly Archives: April 2008

How to Procrastinate, by Sarah Allen

Ken, Leah and I have a million things to take care of before we take off for the SCAA show in Minneapolis this week including but not limited to: packing, sign making, appointment confirming, hair cutting, dry cleaning, and DVR programming. So why am I reading Garfield Minus Garfield? Because … Read more →

The Final Countdown

Man, I sure wish we could add audio to this thing. I urge you to sing along to the classic Europe song as you read… I’m sooo stoked about the SCAA and USBC next week! A week from today, Ken and I will leave Portland and head for Minneapolis where … Read more →

Babies babies everywhere

Ken and I just found out that Ken’s cousin Tim and his wife, Elisa, just had a baby boy yesterday. So that makes us… what? Cousin uncle and aunt? What is the kid, Tanner they named him, to us? Our cousin-phew? We’re confused. Also, Ken is miffed that they didn’t … Read more →

Schultz Sues to Keep Sonics in Seattle

Ok, so this isn’t exactly coffee news, however, it’s important to note when Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz does something right, and it looks like he’s in the midst of doing just that according to this story from the Seattle Times. Of course, it would have been better if he hadn’t … Read more →

Third Anniversary Issue

Dear loyal readers, sure your copy of Barista Magazine’s third anniversary issue is in the mail, but if you can’t wait to see what’s inside the April/May 2008 issue, don’t forget you can always read it, in its entirety online, with Barista iMag. And best of all every web address, … Read more →