According to one study that surveyed 4,700 professionals, scientists reported drinking the most coffee of any profession. That means scientists drink more coffee than airplane pilots. And that’s a lot. Read more “Do Scientists Really Drink the Most Coffee?”
The Rotonde in the Montparnasse district of Paris is arguably the most famous café of the 20th century, which means it may be the world’s most famous café ever. Catering to the shapers of culture during the modernist period between World War I and World War II, the Rotonde welcomed the most famous ex-patriots from the Western world. Read more “The Twentieth Century’s Most Famous Café”
We are readers at Sagebrush Café. Pretty much all of us enjoy reading books. You do too? Nice.
Despite the commonly touted perception that America does not read, we think there are signs to the contrary. In fact, we are a sign to the contrary because we read. You are too. Read more “Books We Love @ Sagebrush Cafe”
Coffee has not been around since the dawn of man – earliest evidence of coffee comes from the 15th century! – but for almost as long as people have been using it to help them get alert in the morning people have been telling stories and spinning myths about the glorious bean. Read more “Coffee Myths and Misconceptions”
Late in his career, famous physicist Albert Einstein made visits to some of the world’s leading universities to promote the search for a Unified Field Theory, the so-called holy grail of scientific inquiry. Read more “The Where and the How of Albert Einstein and His Coffee”
Every year we host an arts & crafts festival, inviting artists and crafters from all over the Antelope Valley to set up booths and join us in a celebration, showcase and sale that highlights the creativity in our community. That happens outside, once each year (in April), but we also have art on display year-round inside in our gallery space. Read more “Art at Sagebrush Café”
Coffee drinkers outnumber tea drinkers in the U.S., but not by as much as you might expect. The ratio is 183 million coffee drinkers to 173.5 million tea drinkers (as reported in 2013).
So, if you thought that you didn’t know any tea drinkers, think again. Read more “Tea and Coffee Running a Tie Race in the U.S. ?”
The next featured artist in the Sagebrush Cafe gallery space goes by the Tumblr name of Pavlina Nichole. With an opening reception scheduled for Saturday, September 12th, the anticipation for this show is building up – fast and steamy – like a stormy tea pot or an old school locomotive. (Don’t tip it over.) Read more “Pavlina Nichole to show at Sagebrush Cafe”
We are the tops in this category! (Kind of.) The United States consumes more coffee overall than any other country in the world.
What about Italy, you ask. What about France? What about Columbia where children start drinking coffee in the cradle?
Don’t be too quick to doubt the validity of the reputations of European countries like Italy and France, which are famous for their high-quality coffees and their delightful and sophisticated coffee cultures. Read more “Where does the United States rank in world coffee consumption?”