Culture Cooler.: Rihanna takes Coffee Shots, Coffee & Kareem Comes to Netflix, Roaster Blends for Covid-19 Relief

on coffee

Fashion, Britain

Rihanna holds space on the upcoming May cover of British Vogue. Among her fashion spread and interview, we can expect some coffee content.

“Over red wine at twilight in Roc Nation’s Hollywood office, @BadGalRiri gives @BritishVogue a captivating insight into her back-to-back schedule – from coffee shots with her @Fenty team to the three things Rih does not have time for.” Edward_Enninful, Instagram.

Film, Nationwide

As many across the nation shelter at home, activities will include watching content platforms of all kind even streamers like Netflix. This April 3rd prepare for Coffee & Kareem.  According to IMDB, the action, comedy – “Twelve-year-old Kareem Manning hires a criminal to scare his mom’s new boyfriend -police officer James Coffee – but it backfires, forcing Coffee and Kareem to team up in order to save themselves from Detroit’s most ruthless drug kingpin.”  The film includes Taraji P. Henson, Betty Gilpin and Ed Helms.


The Theatre Café enters its second week of its Leave a Light on production in conjunction with Lambert Jackson. To provide financial support to performers affected by COVID-19 the Theatre café hosts performers daily, across three live stream sets a day. Catch the full lineup here with a real cuppa from the comfort of your home.

The shows will be live streamed as part of the Leave A Light on series of concerts produced by Lambert Jackson and The Theatre Café, which aims not only to provide financial support for the performers involved, but also to provide entertainment for people in self-isolation.

Industry, National

Daily Coffee News posted a story on the resilience of Coffee Roasters in the time of COVID-19.  Drawing specific attention to the pandemic at hand, this headline says it all, “Coffee Roasters Are Creating Blends to Benefit Laid-Off Staffers.

“Roasting and retail companies from numerous states have recently launched bagged, roasted coffee offerings with names like Barista Blend, Tip Jar or Social Distancing Blend, with all or a portion of the proceeds from direct-to-consumer sales going towards staff who have unfortunately been laid off.” Nick Brown