The Turkish called them ‘schools of the wise’. In 17th century England, they were nicknamed ‘penny universities. And throughout history, artists, scientists, philosophers, citizens, visionaries, and revolutionaries have gathered there to pursue their passions.
What were these places of intellectual activity? The coffeehouses of the world, of course.
Whether it is the place, the coffee, or the company – coffeehouses are still stimulating their patrons. Drop into Good Earth sometime and you’ll likely find your fellow earthlings engaged in earnest conversation. An intimate heart-to-heart. A meaningful exchange of opinions. A collaborative planning session. Perhaps you’ll see a friend with her nose, and her mind, in a book. Or someone filling a journal with fresh thoughts, exploring the world with words.
Come to converse, rehearse, study, compose, compare, argue, and observe. Enroll in your own penny university and engage with your community. Enter the stream of life in Good Earth Coffeehouse, where coffee isn’t the only stimulant.< Back to Blog