Coffee, Where It All Began The doorbell rings as guests shuffle in, sometimes in groups of two or three, mostly in singular fashion. The smell of baked goods and roasted beans wafts through the air. A marvelously trendy music list plays in the background, the words of whichever hit indie song barely recognizable in the end. Men and women of all ages, mostly young, sit with a well cultivated caffeinated beverage to their right or left, typing, or talking under soft lighting, b
In the few short months since 2020's onset, the world has seen quite a bit of mayhem and havoc wash across the planet's surface. Plague, earthquakes, people of every race, color, and origin, acting out ever more savagely. Metal Straw in Glass Cup By: Mariah P. K. Ardrey Almost every human being that calls the Earth home can agree...the world is getting crazier every minute. And as the saying goes, "
COVID-19, better known as the Corona Virus, has been dominating news networks, social media sites, and general conversation for months now. For the greater part of this illness' existence, many Americans have made light of the situation, looking to cover horror with humor. And for these last months, this strategy seemed to have been working. This week again, the Coffee Collective took some time to talk to Manpreet Kaur, about her personal experiences with COVID-19, as both a