This month, Timeless Coffee Roasters is finally officially switching over to roasting its own beans. Roasting has always been part of the plan since RJ Leimpeter opened the café last December, but the five-kilo Probat roaster wasn't Kickstarted into the café until April, and getting the thing into ... More >>
It's Monday, and in lieu of our usual hard-hitting caffeine and café news, we've decided to take a step back and look how far we've come since the days before single origin espressos were cool, before everyone knew what a Gibraltar was, before Blue Bottle totes outnumbered Frappuccino sightings. ... More >>
John VandersliceJohn VandersliceJohn Vanderslice with the Magik*Magik Orchestra June 17, 2011 @ Herbst Theatre Better than: David Axlerod conducts David Hasselhoff. It was my first time inside the historic Herbst Theatre, and the place is a mid-century hoot. Indie rock horns ... More >>
Not every sequel can be The Empire Strikes Back or even Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, and there seems to be a disproportionate amount of potentially rotten ones coming out in 2009. None of these turkeys would have gotten the green light from the studios if execs didn't feel like there was some pote ... More >>
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