Not originally published in LIFE: Woody Guthrie at McSorley’s Old Ale House, still standing today in the East Village, New York City, 1943.
See more photos of Woody Guthrie here.
So good. For so many reasons.
It seems to be worth noting that the filter used for this Chemex tribute was made by Hario for use in their v60’s.
A Tribute to Mr. Schlumbohm, the inventor of the Chemex.
Doodle by Ben Blake.
I’ve been toying with iOS scorebook software lately, trying to decide how important pencil and paper are to the experience. It’s mostly a lost art anyway so any method I choose is a bit quaint (even digital). But last night I was rewarded for my efforts when Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in the New York Mets 8,020 game, 50 year history. The App I use is called Pointstreak K-ForCE and it allows you to generate and email a variety of reports after the game, the type of reports that end up in the Baseball Hall of Fame some day, and I recorded every single pitch.
PS: Check out this video of the last pitch and the Amazin’ post game celebration.
PPS: Watch Santana fight back tears in this post game interview.
On behalf of good coffee in New York, I’m so, so sorry.
[NYC coffee retailer will roast for Detroiters]
And Raul Rodas, Barista Champion of Guatemala.
Creator of the aeropress
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Thanks NPR, but wrong URL. It’s: http://acuppaday.tumblr.com
Oliver Strand, T’s resident coffee connoisseur, takes on the 1.5-ounce shot in his most recent Ristretto dispatch. The bird’s eye images of finished espressos are from Mike White’s Tumblr “My Daily Coffee.” Bellissimo!