Trouble Coffee in the Outer Sunset has closed after 15 years

Trouble Coffee, at 4033 Judah St., has permanently closed after 15 years, according to the San Francisco Chronicle (SFGATE and the San Francisco Chronicle are both owned by Hearst but operate independently of one another).

The anti-establishment coffee house was a mainstay in the Outer Sunset community for more than a decade and helped start the influx of new restaurants and bars that turned the beachside neighborhood into a food-centric destination. 

Trouble Coffee was even credited as being the first to make artisanal toast popular, like Texas toast-sized slices with melted butter and cinnamon-sugar or avocado toast, which is now

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Virginia coffee shop owner speaks out after business targeted for pro-life views

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FIRST ON FOX: A Virginia coffee shop owner is speaking out after his business was targeted online in response to him expressing his pro-life views on the overturn of Roe v. Wade.

Ajay Brewer, the owner of Brewers Cafe in Richmond, Virginia, spoke with Fox News Digital on Monday after his business received a slew of negative reviews and comments online when he said he supported the Supreme Court overturning the abortion precedent.

Brewer initially made the post on his personal Facebook profile following the overturn of Roe, which

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Woodlands Coffee Roasters & Cafe coming to Warner Robins, GA

Lance and Toni Henson Slade of Warner Robins have dreamed of opening a coffee shop for a decade. A pivotal mission trip brought that dream full circle and now they’re ready to pull the trigger.

Eight years ago, the Slades said they met a 12-year-old boy who captured their hearts during a short-term medical mission trip to a Honduras orphanage.

After three years of adoption struggles and 16 trips to Honduras, that boy came home with them as their son. They also wanted to help the 500 other children at Orphanage Emmanuel in Guaimaca, Honduras.

Today, the Slades

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Owners hoping Emerald coffee shop will become gem in downtown Steamboat

Ani Tikku and Walter Leskiff inside the new Emerald on Thursday, June 30, 2022. The husband and wife are planning to open the new downtown dining spot at 700 Yampa St. this weekend, offering a variety of organic drinks and food.
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When the space that Ani Tikku and Walter Leskiff owned became available this spring, the couple decided not to lease it again, but to pursue their dream of opening their own business, Emerald, and making Steamboat Springs their full-time home.

“We wanted to create a warm, welcoming place for people to sit

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How union drives changed two Milwaukee coffee businesses : NPR

Even before the wave of labor organizing took off at Starbucks, independently owned coffeehouses in cities across the U.S. were becoming hot spots for union drives.

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Even before the wave of labor organizing took off at Starbucks, independently owned coffeehouses in cities across the U.S. were becoming hot spots for union drives.

Darren Hauck for NPR

A generation ago, the words “union shop” were synonymous with auto factories and steel plants.

How the world has changed.

Today, coffee shops have become the face of a new labor movement

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Man Arrested After Trying to Snatch Tip Jar at Coffee Bar Drive-Through Window

San Diego Sheriff’s Department. Photo by Chris Stone

Deputies arrested a man Sunday on suspicion of robbery after he tried to steal a tip jar from a Vista coffee shop, authorities said.

At 9:10 a.m. Sunday, Mylon Knox, 35, approached the drive-through of Black Rock Coffee on East Vista Way and tried to take the jar from the outside counter, said Sgt. Andrew Brumfield of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

“When the employees pulled the jar into the window, Knox yelled at the employees to give him the money and tried to force the window open to get to

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