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  • Detroit: Grit and pride

    Detroit: Grit and pride
    DETROIT — Many people can't see past this city's abandoned buildings and overgrown lots, and that's sort of fair. A city once boasting 2 million people and an unbreakable auto industry is down to 700,000 and apocalyptic decay in every direction. The...
  • Enjoy the taste of wood-fired coffee

    When word spread last week that we had a method for people to make great-tasting, hot coffee when the power goes out, Cheapsters went pretty nuts. On The Cheap Facebook fan Amy Heydt-Pudliner in Hellertown got so worked up, she called us "hunny" and...
  • Market Basket: Victorian Pantry plans changes

    Market Basket: Victorian Pantry plans changes
    Many foodies and coffee aficionados have been making Victorian Pantry a regular stop for the past 17 years. For some, it has been the Italian focaccia bread sandwiches and pastries. Others are addicted to the walnut roast house coffee blend, which you...
  • Coffee may help you live longer says study

    Coffee may help you live longer says study
    Coffee drinkers: relax and put on another pot. A new study shows java junkies have a lower risk of death. Researchers say men who drank at least 6 cups of coffee a day had a 10 percent lower chance of dying compared to those who didn't. Previous...
  • No power, no problem

    We discovered something rather disturbing in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, which left millions of homes without power. A lot of people are utterly unprepared to make coffee without electricity. Perhaps you noticed the ridiculously long coffee...
  • Revitalization efforts bring taste of Italy to Speedway

    Revitalization efforts bring taste of Italy to Speedway
    A taste of italiano is coming to Speedway’s revitalized Main Street. Lino’s Coffee is opening a new cafe at the Dalara building, making it the coffee maker’s first location in the western hemisphere.  The goal of the new shop is to...
  • In Greece, books beat rocks

    In Greece, books  beat rocks
    ATHENS, Greece — It is easy to throw a rock, and there have been plenty thrown here lately, a common ritual, almost not newsworthy, with the anarchists and hooligans smashing big pieces of marble and throwing the chunks at police, at the government,...
  • Market Basket: Community feeling

    Market Basket: Community feeling
    Robert Pitts played football at Adams High School in South Bend. Now he can see his alma mater from the front window of his new restaurant where he serves southern barbecue. Ashley Swanson and his wife found their starter home nestled in River Park....
  • Coffee trends come in waves

     Coffee trends come in waves
    For a while Monday night, the lead story on The New York Times website did not involve Angelina Jolie, Benghazi or a single politician. The hot, hot news? Intelligentsia, the Chicago coffee company, is opening a coffee bar in Manhattan. I can't...
  • Improve your level of energy, naturally.

     
    Keeping a vibrant level of energy throughout the day is a goal of many and a luxury of few. Fatigue is by far the most common complaint in medical practice. Here are a few tips to keep your mind sharp and your body pulsating with energy, based on...
  • Eating: A toast to Cafecito Organico's roast goodness

     
    The corner of Heliotrope and Melrose might be the new cutting edge for bargain-basement culinary delights. Right next to avant-garde ice creamery Scoops is the second branch of Cafecito Organico. You can get your two scoops of experimental beet-cashew and...