In the Café
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After a successful maiden voyage in Seattle in October, the Womxn in Coffee panel made its way to Portland on February 15 to continue the conversation surrounding the injustices women, people of color, and queer folx endure throughout the industry.
In late January, the Berkeley City Council passed a new ordinance that’s become known as one of the most ambitious municipal environmental regulations enacted so far in the country. Learn more about the Disposable-Free Dining Ordinance and how the new law will be rolled out over the coming months.
As the coffee industry begins to re-navigate how they approach customer service, coffee professionals are taking steps to help baristas to best address systemic prejudices.
This Greenpoint, Brooklyn, spot opened in November of 2016, serving as an indoor/outdoor oasis for neighborhood residents craving an off-beat second home.
In a sleepy East Michigan town, best known as Dow Chemical’s world headquarters, a former Chemical Bank branch is now home to a decidedly more free-spirited venture.
Pro skateboarder Riley Hawk just opened his first coffee/vinyl shop, Steel Mill Coffee, in the Oceanside neighborhood of San Diego.
Two innovative events focused on creating dialogue and educating other folks about groups of people who have historically faced discrimination.
Roughly two and a half weeks after news broke of Nancy Rommelmann’s #MeNeither YouTube series, the Ristretto Roasters Twitter account mysteriously began tweeting about a former employee and other local roasters.
Discover what to expect at the 2019 Melbourne International Coffee Expo, February 7–9, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
How cafe owners can design in-store signage that tells the right story to customers.