What your coffee knows.
Cuba leased Guantánamo Bay to the United States “in perpetuity” on this date in 1903.
Your coffee wants to spend the day at Cumberland Bay.
On this date in 1872, the Prohibition Party held its first national convention and selected a presidential nominee.
Your coffee wants to caucus for an open bar.
The first telephone directory in the United States was issued in New Haven, Connecticut, on this date in 1878.
Your coffee wants a Rolodex.
On this date in 1935, Caroline Mikkelsen became the first woman to set foot in Antarctica.
Your coffee wants an extremely well-insulated carafe.
Pedro Lascuráin served as President of Mexico for about forty-five minutes on this date in 1913.
Your coffee wants time to sit down and have a cup of coffee.
On this date in 1899, Iceland’s first football club, Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur, was founded.
Your coffee wants a time-out while it learns how to pronounce “Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur.”
Signed by the Philadelphia Phillies, 33-year-old Edith Houghton became the first female major league baseball scout on this date in 1946.
Your coffee has no trouble with the curve.
Today is Valentine’s Day.
Your coffee loves you platonically – unless you have something better in mind.
Sewer explosions destroyed two miles of streets in Louisville, Kentucky, on this date in 1981.
Your coffee beans are free of hexane vapor.
On this date in 1914, the first stone of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., was put in place.
Your coffee wants to collect coprolite pebbles for the Trump Memorial.
President Grant signed a joint Congressional Resolution to establish the United States Weather Bureau on this date in 1870.
Your coffee doesn’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.
On this date in 1971, the NASDAQ stock exchange opened for the first time.
Your coffee wants to wear a market cap.
Walt Disney’s second full length animated feature, “Pinocchio,” debuted on this date in 1940.
Your coffee wants to wish upon a star.
On this date in 1843, the first minstrel show in the United States opened.
Your coffee is naturally black, beautiful, and smells much nicer than burnt cork.
The United States Air Force lost a hydrogen bomb off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, on this date in 1958.
Your coffee seeks a person of interest who goes by the name of “Captain Nemo.”
On this date in 1653, New Amsterdam (now New York City) was incorporated.
Your coffee wants an efficiency apartment in SoHo.
The United States Congress passed the Communications Decency Act on this date in 1996.
Your coffee wants to seek protection under Section 230.