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How to Learn and Memorize Simplified Chinese Characters: A Guide for Beginners

Would you like to learn Chinese characters? They’re actually pretty interesting to learn, as well as useful if you want to speak and read Chinese. Chinese characters have been around for over 5,000 years, so we can be sure they’re not going to disappear any time soon. They’ve become an inseparable part of Chinese language […]

El Reina Sofía retoma sus exposiciones a lo grande, inundando de flores el Palacio de cristal

Hoy os proponemos una exposición que nos hace sentirnos como Gulliver en el país de Brobdingnag, rodeados de flores gigantes y otras extrañas criaturas. El museo Reina Sofía retoma sus exposiciones a lo grande, inundando de flores el Palacio de Cristal de Madrid. Estamos ante la primera gran exposición de arte contemporáneo de la denominada […]

7 razones para viajar a Ibiza este verano: una isla para cada tipo de viajero

Ya sea para divertirte con tus amigos, pasar unos días en familia, en pareja o para practicar tu deporte favorito, Ibiza es un destino privilegiado para tus vacaciones de verano en 2020. Su escasa incidencia del coronavirus y la dedicación de toda la isla por contentar a sus turistas convierten a la isla blanca en […]

Caffe Italia joins Albany’s Tipsy Moose in temporarily closing over COVID-19 – Times Union

ALBANY — Caffe Italia joined a growing list of restaurants that has had to temporarily shutdown after one of its employees was exposed to COVID-19. As in the case of the Albany location of the Tipsy Moose, which also announced its temporary closure Wednesday, it was a kitchen worker who had possible contact with the […]

Six ways to drink delicious coffee every morning—even if you can’t leave your house – Fast Company

There are many things I miss about my pre-coronavirus life, but a big one is the simple joy of strolling to my neighborhood coffee shop every morning for a perfect cup of coffee. I love the ambiance, saying hi to my favorite barista, and hearing the roar of the machines and the buzz of customers […]

Pizza persists under dining limitations – Morgan Hill Times

Parktown Pizza cook Moses Guerrero displays a Hot Hawaiian pizza before placing it in the oven July 16. While restrictions on public gatherings and indoor activities in Santa Clara County continue to take a toll on local businesses, at least one Morgan Hill restaurant owner is hoping to beat the downturn on the strength of […]

NYC’s Famed Prince Street Pizza Expands to LA This Summer – Eater LA

Legendary New York City slice spot Prince Street Pizza is officially making the move west. The family-owned home for square pies with lots of cheese and those popular pepperoni cups is landing on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood in a matter of weeks, pandemic be damned. Eater has confirmed the news with co-owner Dom Morano, […]

No Free Refills Podcast: Love Is Blind

Welcome to another episode of No Free Refills, a podcast dedicated to the messy, beautiful collision of pop culture and coffee. In this week’s episode, hosts Tymika Lawrence and Ezra Baker drink coffee and chat while socially distanced, as is the style in these current strange times. Each episode of No Free Refills kicks off […]

Bartholomew Jones: The Sprudge Twenty Interview

Welcome to The Sprudge Twenty Interviews presented by Pacific Barista Series. For a complete list of 2020 Sprudge Twenty honorees please visit sprudge.com/twenty. “I first stumbled on Bart via his project Cxffeeblack late 2019. He released this coffee that was called “Guji Mane,” a natural process coffee with a very punny name. Didn’t think much […]

The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is using the shutdown to amplify more voices – Time Out New York

For more than four decades, New Yorkers have been lining up down the block to get into the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. The East Village institution is a hot spot for poetry and spoken word primarily by and for the Black and Latinx communities. But these days, Friday nights on the block are pretty desolate. When COVID-19 hit in mid-March, the Cafe, […]