CULTURE N.E.W.S. October 2 – 4, ’15

its the weekend, where ya’ going?

Austin, Texas | FRI-SUN: This city known for its music, on the street, off a corner, in a café, in a house and anyone else one can amplify its voice, returns with the 2016 double weekend Austin City Limits Festival. When music is going down, so is the food and with that, the coffee. Check out Good Pop, the all natural popsicles which has a gluten free, cold brew coffee pop. We need, stat. Also, if you’re VIP catch Cuvee Coffee in the VIP Lounge. Full lineup of vendors is here and a live stream here.

Edinburgh, UK | SAT: Edin Coffee Fest An event for coffee loves, The Edin Coffee Fest takes place at Manfield Traquair. If you’re by chance looking for an Ethiopian Limu Gera Farm Washed coffee by coffee roaster J. Atkinson and Co hopes to set “a flame in your heart.” 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Los Angeles | SAT: Donuts and Coffee, we know go most excellently together. To have both, in a festival in L.A. screams that the LA Donut Fest is a cultural event one shouldn’t miss.  Donut enthusiasts, yes they do exists, as the site proclaims join together as one sweet foodie event and with coffee by Groundwork Coffee, at its side – this date is set that is if you have your ticket already.

Manhattan, NY | FRI-SUN: The annual New Yorker Fest, a festival for those who hold the title of New Yorkers and those who come to the city for the experience of being one, opens today with events from tech, talks to book signings. It’s a cultural feast for the mind and the spirit. This culture is especially excited about Haim on Friday the evening SoundCloud Lounge at 8 p.m. – The Blondes are performing – on Saturday, there’s the Travelling Dinner Parties, Mark Ronson and Larry Wilmore – separately – in Conversation, LArr The Saturday Night 10 p.m. event ‘Reggie Watts Talks with Emma Allen’; the Book Signings including those with Junot Diaz and Jesse Eisenberg and on Sunday, whew! – are you still with us – JR with Francoise Mouly. Full schedule here.

San Francisco, CA | FRI: New month, new art in the Mission. First, there’s Four Barrel Coffee opening reception for ‘Writing on the Wall’ an exhibition by Paul Madonna. (6-8 p.m. free beer). Then, over at The Mill, there’s additional new newness with works works’ by Rob Moss, music by Cool Maritime and images of people holding one another up. Do you feel the “come together vibes,” yet?

Have fun!


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