Coffee House

Some articles on coffee house:

Le Hibou Coffee House
... Le Hibou Coffee House was an internationally known coffee house established in Ottawa, Canada, operating from 1960 to 1975 ...
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company - History - Explosion (1992-2002)
1993 and 1994, they began performing monthly at a coffee house in the Little Five Points district in Atlanta ... These coffee house shows created many new stand-alone plays as well as radio series in the style of the programs from the golden age of radio ... After the coffee house closed, the live performance troupe continued to find venues for live audio theatre ...
Casa Capşa - The Restaurant, Confectionery, and Coffee House
... The coffee house, established 1891, was an important literary and artistic gathering place, but never turned a profit, "because the writers and artists who went there usually ordered mineral water ...
Mark Nowak - Works
... Revenants, Coffee House Press, 2000, ISBN 978-1-56689-107-3 Shut up shut down, Coffee House Press, 2004, ISBN 9781566891639 Coal Mountain Elementary, Photographs Mark Nowak, Ian Teh, Coffee House Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1 ...
Lloyd's Coffee House - Organisations Named After The Coffee House
... The following is a list of organisations named after Lloyd's Coffee House Austrian Lloyd, which could be Österreichischer Lloyd an Austrian, major mediterranean shipping ...

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