Wednesday, June 10, 2009 • 1:15 am
Let’s first get the coffee espresso snob question out of the way:
What’s “your” espresso drink? Or are you a tea person?
In the face of some incredibly shocking statistics about extreme global poverty, it’s easy and understandable to feel paralyzed. I’ve often felt this way but instead of feeling the burden to change the world, just think about making an impact on one person, or one family, or one small village.
As some of you know, I also serve as the executive director of a non-profit community cafe called Q Cafe. I’m joined on the Advisory Board by Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: Q Cafe, justice, non-profit, coffee, humanitarian, non-profit, Q Cafe, seattle, stumptown, world concern
Tuesday, January 30, 2007 • 8:48 pm
if you’re in the city, one of my favorites acts to play at Q Cafe is coming back from california to play the venue. come and check out tyrone wells at 8pm tonight. it sucks that i won’t be able to make it out as i’m doing some stuff which i’ll post about in a day or so. couple musicians are opening up for the main act. i believe the cover is $7. good or bad – tyrone wells will make it big in the next three years.
Filed under: Q Cafe, seattle
Friday, September 29, 2006 • 9:29 am
its really true. everyone in seattle is a musician. everyone’s in a band. everyone’s in with eddie vedder. everyone’s in with dave matthews. and if you’re not in a band, you just lie and say you’re still in a band. and if you want to skirt around the idea, you just say, ‘i’m an artist.‘ but let me just say, i love seattle because it has so many musicians, artists, and creative folks. this is one of the highlights we have had in planting quest church five years ago: we have met such a diverse community of people – especially entrepreneurs, social workers, globally minded folks, artists, and musicians. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: culture, emerging church, Q Cafe, seattle