What your coffee knows.
On this date in 1789, John Jay was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the United States.
Your coffee wonders if we have already seen the last.
Juan Perón married actress Eva Duarte on this date in 1945.
Your coffee wants to cry for her.
On this date in 1956, Donald Byrne and Bobby Fischer played a chess game that came to be known as “The Game of the Century.”
Your coffee always plays black.
United States athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos were kicked off the U.S. Olympic team for making a “Black Power” salute on this date in 1968.
Your coffee wants to take a knee.
On this date in 1991, scientists at the University of Utah HiRes observatory detected the “Oh-My-God” particle.
Your coffee wants to see your “Oh-My-God particle face.”
Christopher Columbus, upon landfall in the Bahamas, believed he had reached the Indies on this date in 1492.
Your coffee wants a navigator who doesn’t make 8300-mile errors.
On this date in 1976, George Washington was posthumously appointed General of the Armies by a Congressional joint resolution.
Your coffee wants someone to clean up the officer’s mess.
Emmeline Pankhurst founded the Women’s Social and Political Union on this date in 1903.
Nevertheless, your coffee persisted.
On this date in 1834, the Dublin and Kingstown Railway made its first run.
Your coffee wants lunch at the Brasserie Na Mara.
“Cats” opened on Broadway on this date in 1982.
Your coffee wants to be served black, with the cream donated to the kittens.
On this date in 1999, Kevin Spacey received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Your coffee wants to buy him a one-way ticket back to K-PAX.
The Orient Express began its first full run on this date in 1883.
Your coffee wants to share a sleeping coach with a Belgian detective.
On this date in 1974, Frank Robinson became the first black manager of a major league baseball team.
Your coffee wants a native American baseball manager.
Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the first black U.S. Supreme Court Justice on this date in 1967.
Your coffee wants a Justice who understands the meaning of “No” and “Boof”.
On this date in 1957, “In God We Trust” first appeared on U.S. paper currency.
Your coffee wants to trust but verify.