This week’s collection of links has nothing to do with the holiday implications of red coffee cups. Instead, we have some LGBTQ+ news, bookish things, and one woman who is not about to be a cooperative Trump spectator. Read on!
From college funding to anti-discrimination to my using a weird word in a headline — it’s time for another sampler platter of news stories to see you into the weekend.
I am one of several Seattle/Western Washington Persephoneers, and I have to say, we do love P-Mag. How best to show some love except to participate in the birthday giveaway? Amirite?
How’s everyone feeling? My booty is a little sore, not going to lie.
NEPAL (BBC) A plane heading for the region of Mount Everest crashed just outside of the capital, killing all 19 aboard.
Today, I ordered a Frappuccino and didn’t really like it. If you think that’s weird, trust me, I understand. There was a time, about 6 or 7 years ago, when I loved Frappuccinos.
We’re all familiar with the two-legged mermaid that’s part of the Starbucks logo. But did you know that there is an old legend behind it?
I don’t know about you, but sometimes reading all of these cooking posts makes me feel simultaneously hungry and exhausted.
We made it! How was your day? This is our new Wednesday night feature: The audience dare! This was suggested by the lovely Miss Sally J. and I really like the idea. Today’s dare is to Pay It Forward. I am a sucker for Holiday season giving cheesiness. I love a Christmas movie with a […]
Starbucks is ruining society. As a former barista, with six or more years of experience spread among a number of independent coffee houses, I could write a full rant on what Starbucks has done to coffee, but I won’t, this rant will instead focus on what Starbucks has done to us.