Photography by Kevin Utz and Kirsten Lefeldt What happens when you put an engineer for the Wilson Station Reconstruction Project together with his counterpart working for the construction company? A friendly photographic dual. When Kevin Utz, quality assurance manager for CH2M (consultants to CTA), and Kirsten Lefeldt, quality control manager for Walsh Construction, would meet [...]
About Tammy PerlmutterTammy Perlmutter is founder and curator of The Mudroom, a collaborative blog encouraging women to speak truth, love hard, and enter in with each other, and co-founder of Deeply Rooted, a biannual worship and teaching gathering for women. Tammy is also an urban beekeeper.
Join us as Anna Ingerson, local indie folk musician, takes the stage for our Last Hour concert. Anna has opened for Lewis Knudsen at Uncommon Ground and is a regular at Everybody's Coffee.
We've gotten a bit of a face lift, but you may not notice it since it's a little behind-the-scenes. Coffee doesn't have to be intimidating or complicated. We're constantly striving to make the best coffee we can and serve our customers quickly and attentively. In order for us to do that we had to make some [...]
The last few years we have hosted The Last Hour free concert series in the fall. It's that time of year again! Kicking it off with Monica Laytham and Inga Bialach!
Opening Reception: Friday, September 30, 6 – 8 pm September 30 – Nov. 7 Everybody’s Coffee 935 W. Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60640 Robin Monique Rios was never one for waiting and watching. As a kid she was a whirl of movement, a biker/skater girl, until sidelined by a hip disease that put [...]
Everybody's Coffee will be offering a coffee tasting of its current lineup of monthly roasters this Sunday, Sep. 11, at 1 PM. We will be featuring Metric's Honduras Santa Barbara and Ethiopia Sidamo, along with a Colombia Los Naranjos from Abacus. All coffees will be brewed as pourovers, and the tasting will be free and [...]
A gawain? What sorcery is this? Don't panic, it's just a making tea in a bowl with a lid the way they used to do during the Ming Dynasty. Barista extraordinaire and tea enthusiast Hannah Wright shows us how it's done. No sorcery, just saucery.