Nature is one of the few remaining places where a person can escape to empty their minds of the criminal injustice plaguing nearly every corner of the world today. A tree has never sexually harassed anyone; that rock over there never exploited its employees, and I don’t know of a single insect to have subjugated a…
There is a time and a place for everything in this world, except for three things: 1) Santacon, 2) the GOP, and 3) limited-time-only Starbucks drinks, such as Starbuck’s Christmas Tree Frappuccino® Blended Crème, a semi-liquid brown and off-green flavor sculpture available only at participating Starbucks locations.
America’s bizarre obsession with Starbucks holiday cups continues this week and finally, I’m here for it.
We love reusable tumblers here, as do all of you. So does Starbucks, and right now they’re marking down select drinkware 30% so you can get your own branded reusable drinking vessel. Put your Starbucks coffee in some Starbucks mugs and call it a day.
Roses are red, coffee is not, I like my Starbucks both iced and hot. That was a terrible poem, but what’s not terrible today is that Starbucks is taking 30% off your entire purchase from their site with the code COFFEELOVE. Because coffee would never forget that today is Valentine’s day.
Some Trump supporters had an idea for a boycott that is actually the opposite of a boycott. It goes like this: instead of keeping your money inside of your pocket, you give it to the business you wish to protest. In this case, the lucky corporation is Starbucks.
In this time of national strife, Starbucks would like to channel the anodyne vibes of the mid 1960s Youngbloods anthem, “Get Together,” with a limited-edition green cup meant to remind us we’re all connected and encourage unity.
As I step out of the train station in Manhattan’s Union Square, I’m surprised by how much warmer it’s become since my commute from Brooklyn. Would this unexpected heat in any way mar my experience of autumn’s most famous coffee beverage? Would this endeavor have to wait another day? I notice that someone near me is…
Well here’s quite a deal to wake up to: Whether you’re buying coffee, syrups, cups, equipment, or anything else Starbucks sells online, you can save 30% sitewide today with promo code ENJOY30, plus free shipping on orders over $30.
A disgruntled Starbucks customer is suing the popular coffee chain, claiming its iced drinks are insufficient and falsely advertised.
I am here to inform you all that the festering tourist trap featured in your Manhattan-related dystopian nightmares is now going to be a thing, because the largest Starbucks in the world is officially opening in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood.
Some Starbucks’ customers are outraged over the coffee chain’s new holiday cups, just because they lack a Christmas-themed design. In the past, the company released cups depicting images of snowflakes, reindeer, white doves and ornaments. This year, the cups are plain red — and people are really pissed.
For those of you who look forward to fall and its changing colors of leaves, the faint smell of wood smoke in the air and most importantly, that cozy, cardboard cup of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte, here’s some pearl-clutching news. The coffeehouse chain has announced that they will be changing the ingredients in its…
Starbucks has revealed its new lineup of “wait, what?” Frappuccino flavors, which seriously include Cotton Candy and Cupcake. Should you try ’em?
On Friday, Chipotle announced they’d soon be offering sick days, paid vacation, and tuition reimbursement for all employees—not just salaried workers.
Starbucks, the one place in the world where you can order a cup of whipped cream with a shot of caramel syrup and call it coffee, is ready to make you healthy. Fresh off its highly successful "Race Together" campaign, the chain wants to tackle another important subject: The amount of vegetables you're eating every…
Starbucks is still getting hammered for its erroneous Race Together initiative. Larry Wilmore made it a topic on Monday's edition of The Nightly Show, with a wonderful panel that included The View's Rosie Perez, comedian Phoebe Robinson, designer Kenneth Cole and a fur-stole-clad 2 Chainz.
Starbucks announced that, beginning Sunday, it will no longer ask employees to write "Race Together" on customers' cups. But don't worry, spokesman Jim Olson insists that it's not a response to the entire world pointing out that this was an incredibly stupid idea to begin with.
First up in the realm of unfathomable embarrassment, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has rolled out an immediately self-parodic corporate initiative called "Race Together," in which—according to Fortune—"Starbucks baristas will have the option as they serve customers to hand cups on which they've handwritten the words…
A registered sex offender was arrested at Starbucks while he tried to download child pornography.