The best, the worst, and the downright craziest drinks for you to enjoy -- or avoid -- this summer.
"Can I just get a tall black coffee?" I asked. "Wait. I'll be more specific. A tall, black, easy-to-pour, easy-to-remember, minimal-effort-on-your-part, keep-the-line-moving coffee. No kids. Got that?"
Je ne suis pas un bon chrétien, je l'avoue. Déjà, parce que je suis juif (et même pas un bon juif). Mais je sens en moi un grand élan de compassion envers "les bons chrétiens" américains harcelés de recommandations ces jours derniers par les très, très bons chrétiens.
RELIGION - Je ne suis pas un bon chrétien, je l'avoue. Déjà, parce que je suis juif (et même pas un bon juif). Mais je sens en moi un grand élan de compassion envers "les bons chrétiens" américains harcelés de recommandations ces jours derniers par les très, très bons chrétiens.
While I affirm the right of any Christian to boycott a product, show or the like, and even to explain why in the public square, I'm weary of the heavy-handed tendency of Christians to slap the "anti-Christian" label on anything they find objectionable.
From cheap styrofoam to ceramic to expensive bone China to plastic and even 20-dollar thermoses, everyone who drinks coffee has their favorite "Caffeine Delivery Vehicle." And yet one question lingers: Which cup keeps the planet's favorite drink hotter... longest?
If you approach each day with the innocent idea that you're going to learn something from each person that you encounter, your life will pivot.
Pearson's corporate slogan is "always learning," but banners at the rally claimed it should be "always earning." The protester had a giant mock-check made out to Pearson from New Jersey taxpayers and took it on the ferry across the Hudson River to New York.
By giving an act of kindness a name and a setting such as Starbucks cheapens the goodness. All of Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram are abuzz with posts about old weather-beaten homeless chaps in grimy jackets and week old stubbles supping on the cup of coffee. Cue boastful philanthropy.
Color is coming back to the now-independent free-market democracy. A bit of the Balkan Peninsula, it's only slightly larger than Maryland. But there's variety inside that space, including a mountain-studded interior and an unspoiled Adriatic coastline.
If you're not reinventing yourself, your business, your point of view, your multi-platform communications, and your Internet persona -- you're behind history's curve.
Given my personal and professional passion for branding (as owner of a brand design agency), paired with lots of contemplation on gay rights, I have been curious about how the two intersect.
Every company has a brand promise and personality attributes. Some can't articulate what they are but they are circling around them and hoping for clarity as they grow, or are struggling to remember why they started their company in the first place.
A guide to the best cup of joe in the nation.
Every day people who never imagined themselves as inventors, business owners, culture shifters, and reinventors have begun exploring all those unexplored sides of who they are, and what they might become.
In the early 1990s a small band of steel-booted, shiny-headed thugs decided it would be great sport to beat up pedestrians in San Diego's Hillcrest neighborhood, home to many of the city's gay and lesbian residents and business owners.