There will be no stopping the ‘presses this weekend in Indianapolis, home to the ninth annual United States Aeropress Championship.
Tinker Coffee recently opened one of its two new bars within the hall, and Tinker Director of Accounts Dylan Morse will emcee the events, which begin at 4 p.m.… Read more
9/5 Cup of Coffee: In the thick of a playoff race, the Boston Red Sox earned a much-needed victory over the Cleveland Indians. Down on the farm, a near-sweep was completed as winning affiliates allowed only five runs to their opponents. Only the Dominican Summer League threw a wrench into the plans for a perfect day, as DSL Blue and DSL Red were paired up together, leaving the perfect day impossible. Triston Casas continued his torrid streak, while Jay Groome‘s (pictured) first foray into a new level was met with impressive acumen.
One of several impressive pitching performances
There’s more data that being a coffee drinker can be good for your health.
Downing up to three cups of coffee daily is associated with lower risks for stroke and death from cardiovascular disease, as well as death from all causes, suggests research presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in France last week.
“Our results suggest that regular coffee consumption is safe, as even high daily intake was not associated with adverse cardiovascular outcomes and all-cause mortality after a follow-up of 10 to 15 years,” said study author Dr. Judit Simon of the Heart and Vascular Centre, Semmelweis
At the top today is defender Kerys Harrop.
Ramble of the Day
Unabashed time-wasting is just one subsection of shthousery, but one we see infrequently at a high level. We tend to get stuck with the basic, somewhat annoying version of it. True commitment to the art of unabased time-wasting is rare, after all, making it even rarer for us to find such a shining example of it. When we do, though, we must treasure it.
That’s your cue, Henry Kessler.
I did not watch this match, but I did check out the replay to confirm what I’d
California-based Muertos Coffee Co. is carrying on the American tradition of remembering the fallen on Sept. 11 by pledging to donate $25,000 to the FDNY in memorial.
Company founder and CEO Eli Held joined “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday to illustrate how the California-based coffee vendor unconditionally supports the country’s first responders.
“It’s really about giving back,” he said. “We use coffee as our platform to really make a difference and support firefighter and first responder foundations and associations across the nation.”
8-YEAR-OLD HOLDS LEMONADE STAND TO RAISE MONEY FOR A REAL-LIFE FIRE TRUCK FOR HIS COMMUNITY