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Brunch, community

Sisterhood Brunch Club

by Vivien Leung

Toronto — Although I had 28 people said yes to my invitation and I prepared 28 thank you cards 1, my intuition kept telling me at least 1/3 of them would end up cancelling. I even dreamt about people cancelling the night before. 2 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Saturday night | 10:30pm | 3 cancellation | expected attendees: 25 Before going to bed, I check...

Today's Coffee, Brunch, Coffee

Whatever happened to Hi's Today's Coffee topic?

by David Wade Chambers

Shepherds flat — Not much of substance in the topic I suppose, but I enjoyed seeing the varieties of the coffee experience in the modern world. Not forgetting that the coffee house (along with algebra, the astrolabe ...

drawing, Brunch, friendship

Drawing thank you note for 23 amazing ladies who are joining me for a Sunday brunch.

by Vivien Leung

Toronto — Meeting people can be tough when you’re new to a big city. Even when you try to be present at every social activities, networking events, workshops, lecture series, conferences, parties…meeting peop...

wine, farming, Brunch

Grits & Gris, pirate banter, and things that were saved from "lost & found..."

by Chris DeBarr

Portland — I always enjoy meeting up with Matthew Rorick, the poetic brainchild behind Forlorn Hope. He and Hardy of Dirty&Rowdy came to PDX where I caught up to them at Storyteller Wines, run by the brillia...

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