Sounds about right.
The spontaneous chain of kindness continued for about 11 hours, totaling 457 transactions by the time it ended.
Little may represent the change the neighborhood is undergoing right now like the arrival of the first Starbucks. The chain which is ubiquitous in Manhattan, opened a Williamsburg store at the corner of Ainslie Street and Union Avenue on Monday.
The drink is estimated to have had 4,500 mg of caffeine, more than 10 times above what the FDA considers to be a maximum safe amount.
Customers at a New York City Starbucks were denied their morning coffee recently by a comedian posing as a bouncer. […]
It’s not just another dumb Starbucks. It’s the original “Dumb Starbucks.”
Update: Boston Police have arrested two men in connection with the robberies. Richard Puopolo, 27, was charged with Unarmed Robbery, […]
A Dorchester man is facing charges after he allegedly punched a South Boston Starbucks barista in the face because his order was incorrect.
Beau Zabel, a graduate student at Drexel University, was killed as he walked home from work at a South Philadelphia Starbucks on June 15, 2008.
Remember Starbucks Drake Hands? Creator Brody Ryan has released a rap song on his experience.