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Suddenly, intellectuals across the continent, chemically stimulated by coffee, were engaging in vigorous political discussion, advancing philosophy, and creating new schools of art--and entire new industries: the insurance industry was born with the creation of Lloyd's of London in a coffeehouse in 1688; the London Stock Exchange formed in one in 1698; and Sotheby's and Christie's were each formed in coffeehouses, in 1744 and 1759, respectively.
Leaving Riche and heading right, another historical coffeehouse stands nearby.
The approximately 1,300-square-foot space was leased and fitted for a coffeehouse by Adib Jamshedi, owner of Lotus Coffee Company.
Many local and national acts have played at the Green Rooster Coffeehouse over the past 13 years.
At this juncture, these establishments present the biggest potential challenge to the coffeehouse market.
Each coffeehouse generates about $500,000 a year in sales, but the goal is to provide a food service at a break-even price.
Myrtle Beach offers the perfect stage for a KISS Coffeehouse, Galvin told the newspaper, because of its appeal to the "Middle America" market, the segment likely to "Rock and Roll All Nite.
Keywords: masculinity, curiosities, coffeehouse culture
It's the ambience as well as the traditional idea that coffeehouses go with socializing and with music.
Cooper Smith, a 29-year-old public relations specialist in Dallas, says that when he travels he pops into a gay coffeehouse "because it's the quickest, most reliable way to find out what the cool stuff is going on in town.
The film projector and loudspeakers functioned as sculptural elements, while in the center of the installation a semitransparent mirror echoed the coffeehouse window in the film.
Clare Cosi decides to come back to the historic Village Blend Coffeehouse because life in the suburbs has lost its glow after ten years.
The former coffeehouse owners of the Ottoman world relocated to the more hospitable climate of Europe.
The drink was spread not by religious use, but through the new Arab social venue of the coffeehouse, where men would go to drink coffee and socialize.
As coffeehouses are springing up all over Britain and the US, even in small Midwestern towns, a look at the most famous originators of that culture gains new interest: the Viennese coffeehouse represents indeed a high culture of its own, particularly adapted to the worldview and lifestyle of that city.