Thank you, Arabica!

In the 1970s, the arabica coffee bean emerged as the dominant force in American coffee and changed everything. Up to that point, robusta beans were likely to be what you’d sip in diners and dive-bars – and at home too. Café culture played a big role in flipping the script in American coffee by introducing…

the Poetry of Coffee & Tea

In the category of things that are more than the sum of their parts, coffee and tea must be at the top of the list. Hot tea on a cold, rainy day has a poetry to it that makes the moment true somehow – more than just existing, the hot tea on a cold, rainy…

Paris: A Living Fantasy – photography showing at Sagebrush Cafe

Paris: A Living Fantasy – a photography exhibit featuring the works of Hannah Wilson Wilson’s work is evocative of an idealized Paris, an idea that she chose to play with after considering a completely different approach to a Paris-oriented gallery show. You can read her take on coming home from France to the Antelope Valley…