News

I'd buy that for a dollar!

So yesterday the New York Times runs a story on a $20,000 cup of coffee (see post below) while today the Seattle Post-Intelligencer has a story about Starbucks implementing a “trial” of $1 8-ounce drip coffees with free refills at certain stores in Seattle. Why? It’s a response the story … Read more →

Editorial by Sarah in Newsday

Last week, the editor of the Sunday Op-Ed section of Newsday contacted Sarah and asked her to write an editorial on the recent shakeup at Starbucks — you know, when Howard Schultz replaced Jim Donald as Starbucks’ CEO with hopes of returning the company to its original mission (and no, … Read more →

Our Big News

Oh, how I would love to be reporting that Barista Magazine bought the Portland Trailblazers from Paul Allen, especially after the Blazers edged the Bulls last night in double overtime 115-109. But our real news is pretty killer, too: Beginning today, Barista Magazine will be available in its entirety online. … Read more →

Milwaukee Happenings

This post thrills sL for many reasons. It starts with my gateway into Barista Magazine. About 2 years ago, I was given news that my company, Alterra Coffee Roasters, had purchased a new cafe/warehouse space for our company’s new headquarters in the years to come. If you knew this building, … Read more →

Back to Reality…

So Sarah and I had a great wedding, as you can see from her post below. And in an unheard of turn of events we even went for four whole days following it without turning on our computers, reading the news or even checking our email. Ignorance as they say … Read more →

You Can Call Me Al!

Congratulations to Vice President Al Gore for winning the Nobel Peace Prize this morning! In the last year, Gore has won an Emmy, an Oscar and now a Nobel Prize! Not bad. Of course he also won the popular vote for President in 2000 in something we like to call … Read more →

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