Archive for March, 2014

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

bury me in green and gold.

Not often that we bike a whole setup to serve coffee… for the Timbers Army. Part one served coffee off of some 4x8s. Part two drinking cold refreshment at army headquarters. Filmed by Bike staged a short ride to Providence Part (formerly Jeld-Wen field), and invited us out. Portland Timbers, Filmed by Bike, and Courier Coffee.

Friday, March 7th, 2014

drink price change at coffee bar. Base price will now be three dollars. We appreciate serving you coffee, and look forward to providing better service at 923 SW Oak. The menu will be re-written when this occurs.

We have always wanted to create a menu involving dollar bills, and not coin. Back in 2000 it was standard practice to tip a dollar per drink (and as Tyler would say tips are not a requirement but always appreciated). A dollar might have been high at the time? but it was easy, and, we strive for easy. so if tips were a dollar, and drinks are 3.50 (beer), you almost want to not have that change…….. as always we want to keep things simple. Everything around us is getting more costly, taxes, payroll rent, but… we just want to live the dream.

so- film at Courier Monday Night- the anniversary of the earthquake in Japan that will(has) affect(ed) us all on planet earth. 630 pm Monday the 10th- Kamanaka report. A rough series of interviews in both russian and japanese with japanese subs only (i would still recommend it even if you cannot understand the words). the price is 500 yen (or five dollars), and all the money will go toward film and Japan aid. RSVP IS MUCH APPRECIATED. thank you as always best joel ccr

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Night Cafe- March 10th in Portland will be the anniversary of March 11th earthquake in Japan. Chiaki-san is hosting Kama Repo Cafe (Kamanaka’s Reports) at Courier- we will be showing 40 minutes of edited reports that is the first in a series of reports to be part of a larger film- with special permission from the producers of the film- meaning we have all legal rights to show the film for this one night. I believe this to be THE premier showing in the USA of this cut. The film is partly in Russian with Japanese subs- but mostly japanese( there will be no english, but people will be on hand to help translate). Please let us know if you will attend. the cost is 500 yen per person (400 to the production company for copyright, and 100 to support victims- especially children). There will be coffee, and food, donations through Chiaki-san who is from Sendai and was there three years ago. We feel this is an important event. On March 11th 2:46pm a major earthquake affected the east coast of Japan. We are hosting this event early so that parents with children may attend, You are all welcome to attend. best courier coffee.

500 yen is about 5 dollars.