on Coffee.: Coffee Stops, Coffee Shops, Coffee Stirrers and Becky Chambers’ Tea.

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1. In the meantime, when he was at home in Chicago, Ifergan worked as a line cook at various kitchens and began to learn more about coffee — its weights and measurements and methods. L.A Times

2.It has coffee because the stretch of Lorimer that leads to the subway needed a good coffee shop. There’s merch like hats and shirts because any food business opening in 2021, in the midst of this ongoing pandemic, needs all the revenue streams it can get. Grub Street

3. In 1960, when John Steinbeck hit the road for the cross-country adventure that would become “Travels With Charley,” he wrote that he often stopped for coffee, not because he wanted it “but for a rest and a change from the unrolling highway.” The New York Times

4.”I was at a coffee shop, he came up to me. He’s like, ‘Hey, I really liked The Good Lord Bird.’ I was like ‘Oh, cool, I really like your work. You’re amazing.’ He’s like, ‘Hey, want to be in the Moon Knight with me?’ I was like … yeah!” Ethan Hawke, Entertainment Weekly

5. “Our schedule is pretty relentless,” he says, “so there isn’t really a lot of time without the pressure of a ticking clock to say, ‘Let me pour one more cup of coffee and look at this again.’” Jeff Probst, Variety

6. “I think I’m the only writer in the world,” Becky Chambers says, “who doesn’t drink caffeine.” Wired

7. “Standing silhouetted against a backdrop of slick Tribeca towers, meanwhile, are models for new lamps, at this point just Styrofoam slabs held together by wooden coffee stirrers.” Architectural Digest