Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Fresh coffee flies into downtown

Downtown Springfield’s coffee drought may be coming to an end in the spring.




  1. Hope they have live music with a jam night!

  2. I may be mistaken, but doesn't Dunkin Donuts serve coffee?

    1. There's more to a coffee house than just coffee. Most have live entertainment, and are usually well furnished. Dunkin Donuts is only about one inch short of a truck stop. Not a very cool place to hang out with friends!

    2. A very cool place to "hang out" with your friends sounds one inch short of a gay bar.

  3. Philip Caron10/10/18, 10:14 PM

    From the body of the article it doesn't sound like a coffee-house is planned. The company sells coffee through the mail.

    9:52, if you are intending to announce that you're gay, that's usually done without the anonymous thing.

    1. Too bad. This town could use a non-alcoholic entertainment venue, and a coffee house would be a good way to promote their brands. The one I performed at was always packed, and you could find some relatively big names there. Properly run, it could put this town on the map for something other than drugs and poverty.

  4. Just great. A community so desperate for enterprise it will stoop to bankrolling a grandiose coffee house for gay millennials. I'll get mine at the gas station (on my way to work) thank you.

  5. U get a A for spelling mellineal write.

  6. This will never work anyway, because Chuck Gregory has already scolded the entire town and lectured them about contributing their coffee money to either higher tax payments or other outlandish progressive pursuits!


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