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I Banned Laptops in My Coffeehouse

It was necessary for ambiance and the three Cs…

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I owned a coffeehouse, in an area we playfully called “The Yale Grad School Ghetto.” A beautiful neighborhood, on the rim of Yale’s campus. It was a coffeehouse in the tradition of coffeehouses where people came in to drink great coffee but also sit and passionately discuss local and global issues, art, and politics. The very…




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Lulu deCarron

Lulu deCarron

Entrepreneur, Storyteller, Writer, Coffee❤️, 🐾❤️, Writing a dramedy for TV.

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