Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ Disclaimer: this week’s column will contain generalized and sexist ideas, […]
Is the pursuit of happiness making us unhappy?
March 27th is National Joe Day. There are many Joes: Joe, Jo, Joette, Joey, Joseph, Josephine, Johanna, Joann, Jodie or a cup of plain old coffee.
Jia Oak Baker’s poem made finalist for the 2015 Best of the Net Awards!
There is a language in the beverage and the men we share it with.
He is talking coffee. Here are his thoughts.
Shawn Henfling has a health problem. OK, he has several health problems, and somehow giving up coffee seemed like a good idea.
Tell your boss drinking beer at work will help your creativity!
Merry Voldemas and Happy Red Cups to you. Thank God for the Red Cups, because they may just save the world… one sip at a time.
Rhodri Jenkins explores the cool chemistry of coffee that give it uses far beyond just a morning boost.
Dr. Anthony Horton explains how coffee production causes deforestation, land degradation, and resource depletion.
Does place make a difference in your cup of coffee?
Jordan Gray took an older farmer out for coffee and asked him his best advice about love and life. —– His tiny spoon clanks down on to the side of his white plate as he fumbles to grasp his cup of coffee. He is in no rush, and it seems that he has never had […]
Sweet and sad at the same time, this poem from Jia Oak Baker speaks to age, desire, and a kind of freedom.