Monthly Archives: November 2009

>Thought of the day

>Latte art is to coffee what track standing is to bicycles.

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>My dear friend Michael Scott Daniel got married Saturday. Lang Thomas Photography shot some amazing pictures of the ceremony and reception. Yours truly even pops up in a couple pics, showing off some moves on the dance floor. Scott, we’re … Continue reading

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>Authentic & Delicious

>”The defining characteristic of coffees grown on the slopes of Mt. Kenya is known in the coffee trade as “the blackcurrant taste.” Absolutely unique to Kenya, this savory, fragrent, mouthwatering fruitiness has captivated generations of coffee tasters, and these coffees … Continue reading

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>Regina Spektor

> About a year ago, I was terrified that after releasing “Begin To Hope” Regina Spektor was going to slip into female singer-song writer obscurity. Thankfully, my fears were fallacious as her third LP, “So Far”, is a remarkably mature … Continue reading

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>Installment Plan

>Often people become hipsters/scenesters in increments, as their wardrobe and aesthetic sensibilities slowly shift one article of clothing at a time… It’s quite unfortunate when the first step is skinny low-rise chick jeans. Sometimes it’s got to be all or … Continue reading

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>Ville Be Jammin

>Tonight was the first ever Louisville Barista Jam hosted by Java’s own Sarah W (of Cabin fame). Toto brought over his syphon/siphon set up and gave a very educational and tasty demonstration. Kenny gave some pointers for aspiring latte artists … Continue reading

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>Holiday at Sea

> One of my favorite songs is “Holiday at the Sea” by Anathallo. The lyrics are as follows. I looked down at my shoes, because I felt the drip of blood fall from my hammer to the leather through my … Continue reading

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