Keelan Lyons is a coffee aficionado and brings us something of the history of the rise of the specialty coffee industry here in Atlanta and abroad.
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Beyond The Latte Curtain
BY BRUCE MANCLARK
@ VOL 1
ON JUL 28, 2014
Just like most places, the Pacific Northwest gets divided up politically. Normally in the NW we talk about the rain curtain as the division between the westside and the eastside. More apt than either politics or climate is the Latte Curtain which marks the true cultural dividing line between east and west. More about Politics, Energy, and Coffee Drinks.
Being and Coffee
BY BRYAN KEGLEY
@ VOL 12
ON DEC 05, 2014
Bryan Kegley has been making a living pouring water over coffee grounds and helping others to pour water over coffee grounds. His journey in the world of coffee has been an uphill climb of coffee consumption in a lot of weird ways and for probably stranger reasons.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 22, 2014.
Breaking Into Atlanta Communities: Free Art 4 U
BY NICOLE POWELL
@ VOL 27
ON NOV 15, 2015
Nicole Powell needed a project for film school and so went out and got in touch with four artists providing free art for ATL-iens. Everman, Catlanta, Sppoky Toons, and Blockhead! Listen as Nicole speaks about what it took to make a film about the free art movemnt and where things stand now.
What do You Think About When Combing Your Hair?
BY CURT OSMUNDSEN
@ VOL 29
ON MAY 22, 2016
Curt Osmundsen has a lot on his mind and that 'lot' comes up most pressing when he combs hair. So, what do you think about when you comb your hair? Your upcoming day? A movie from last night? Whether or not giraffes do have vocal chords? Curt's thoughts are quite a bit heavier than all of that and his story will have you questioning your hair-combing routine henceforth.
BY ALAN TOMLINS
@ VOL 24
ON MAY 25, 2016
Coffee is "the third most traded thing on the planet, and it's nearly all hand-picked."
In Coffee Culture from PechaKucha Night Brighton Vol. 24, Founder and Head Roaster of independent coffee company Small Batch, Alan Tomlins takes us on journey around the world tracking how coffee is grown and produced. With stunning photograhs from Africa, Asia and the Americas, this PechaKucha is full of facts that all coffee lovers should know. Alan also gives insight in to how coffee is crucial to different cultures and communities. A champion of ethical production, he shows off the people behind your morning coffee.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, August 30th, 2016.
Atlanta Artivists Assemble
BY TERONE ALLEN
Terone Allen moved to Atlanta with a purpose but found a real purpose once he was here... To collaborate and communicate with other artsits to make differences in the communiites in which they live. Terone speaks about the different groups with works with to see positive change to Atlanta come from artists and other creatives.