“The message of Labyrinth is that “we are one person”, so we should not focus on differences such as skin colour. Those are just things that create distraction.” – Sam Kingue Ebelle Naomi Ariga and Josephine Frans spent a Monday evening conversing with Sam Kingue Ebelle, the owner and barkeeper of Labyrinth, to gain insights […]Read more "Conversations with Sam – the poetic mixologist"
Almost too beautiful to drink – this is completely true when you look at Kim Dickson’s impressive coffee artworks. The 33-year-old chef-barista of the hip café Coffee & Coconuts in De Pijp has already stood behind the coffee bar in Melbourne and London to make coffee enthusiasts smiling. He uses his simple but highly artistic […]Read more "Into the world of coffee – Barista Kim Dickson about Latte Art"
“I think Coloured Goodies is needed everywhere.” This sentence describes the mission and vision of cultural entrepreneur Ellen Brudet. For the past 13 years, Ellen has focused on creating a store for the Afro-Dutch society in The Netherlands. Ellen Brudet After giving birth to her first son, Ellen discovered that there was an enormous shortage […]Read more "“If they could do it, who am I to say I can’t do it?”"