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A fun little Booskerdoo film we made.

Hi all. We made this little film while waiting for FedEx to come pick up all the shipments. Enjoy!

 


Remote Cafe Orders! Mobile app and through the web.

Remote Cafe Orders! Mobile app and through the web.

CLICK HERE to place a cafe order through your WEB BROWSER

OR

Download our mobile app to order & pickup contact-free products from the Boo cafes.

To download our app for your phone, click on the links below:

Click here to get it now for the iPhone: 
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/booskerdoo/id1485388899

And click here for Android devices
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ce.android.brand.booskerdoo

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Let's take it from the top...

James and I met at Rutgers University in 2003 and became fast friends.  At the time James was a media studies major and I was majoring in Classics and Philosophy.  After graduation James and I took different paths, he on to graduate school in Communications and Information Science at Rutgers while working for Johnson & Johnson, and I a New York City Teaching Fellow, earning my Masters of Science in Education from Fordham while teaching in the Bronx.  Our lives were truly on very different paths,...


Rikers Island Baristas sling Booskerdoo Coffee

Booskerdoo Coffee is in a lot of places. Including Rikers Island correctional facility in New York City. One of our wholesale partners, Procreate Coffee School, runs the program. The New York Times did a fabulous article on Procreate, detailing the benefits of a coffee/barista education program to the rehabilitation of inmates. 

CLICK HERE to read the NYT.com article...

 

Cheers....


So I had this dream of the future...

So I had this dream of the future...

Not long ago, I had this dream that stuck with me. It went like this: 

Not far from our present time, I walked into a Target box store of the future. It consisted of a lobby leading to a wide hallway with about forty individual shopping rooms, each with a number above the door. They appeared like dressing rooms. I walked down the clean, bright white space. Target branding was on the walls and ceiling. There were no employees or customers around. All alone, I picked door number 23 (Don Mattingly's number... naturally) and entered a colorful room the size of a guest bedroom. It was was sparkling clean and well lit.  

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