Infobrew Archives

What your coffee knew in September 2018.

September 28
“The Boys from Boise,” the first TV musical comedy, was aired on this date in 1944.
Your coffee wants a star-spangled serenade.

September 27
On this date in 1908, the first production model of the Ford Model T left the factory.
Your coffee wants to drive a flivver with flavor.

September 26
Yves Rossy flew a jet engine-powered wing across the English Channel on this date in 2008.
Your coffee wants to give you better wings than Red Bull.

September 25
On this date in 1912, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism was founded.
Your coffee wants to impart knowledge – not for its own sake, but to be used for the public service.

September 24
“The Love Boat” TV series premiered on ABC-TV on this date in 1977.
Your coffee wants to be exciting and new.

September 21
On this date in 1983, David Mamet’s play “Glengarry Glen Ross” had its world premiere in London.
Your coffee wants to be for more than closers.

September 20
The first Cannes Film Festival was held on this date in 1946.
Your coffee wants to avoid a lost weekend by having a brief encounter with the Palme d’Or.

September 19
On this date in 1952, the U.S. government barred the re-entry of Charlie Chaplin into the country.
Your coffee wants to bask in the limelight of these modern times.

September 18
The Columbia Broadcasting System began broadcasting on this date in 1927.
Your coffee wants more quality entertainment, less Moonves.

September 17
On this date in 1577, the Treaty of Bergerac between the Huguenots and Henry III of France was ratified.
Your coffee wants to win by a nose.

September 14
The first episode of “Mork & Mindy” aired on this date in 1978.
Your coffee wants to place a call to Orson.

September 13
On this date in 1898, Hannibal Williston Goodwin received a patent for celluloid photographic film.
Your coffee wants to have a Kodak moment.

September 12
Considered by some to be the first musical comedy, “The Black Crook” opened on Broadway in New York City on this date in 1866.
Your coffee wants to enjoy a Faustian melodramatic romantic comedy.

September 11
On this date in 1972, San Francisco’s Bay Area Transit System began passenger service.
Your coffee wants to ride the monorail with BART Simpson.

September 10
Bert Parks hosted the Miss America pageant for the first time on this date in 1955.
Your coffee wants to balance your budget and stop the music.

September 7
On this date in 1936, the last known member of the thylacine species died in the Hobart Zoo in Tasmania.
Your coffee wants a pouch filled with reward money.

September 6
The Victoria, the first ship to circumnavigate the Earth, arrived back in Spain on this date in 1522.
Your coffee is worth a cargo of spices.

September 5
On this date in 1882, New York City hosted the first United States Labor Day parade.
Your coffee wears a union label.

September 4
The first United States airship, the USS Shenandoah, made its maiden flight on this date in 1923.
Your coffee wants to be neutrally buoyant.

September 3
On this date in 1954, the final radio episode of “The Lone Ranger” was broadcast.
Your coffee wants a fiery horse with the speed of light!