We’re always looking for some rainy day activities to do aren’t we? As Hurricane Ian has caused catastrophic damage in Cuba and Florida, it’s on the move into the Carolinas.
That means we’re setting up for a soggy Friday and Saturday in particular, and it’s a smart idea to stay indoors when that’s the case.
Many events around the area have been cancelled, so how do we spend a whole weekend indoors?
Here’s Sarah’s top 10 rainy day activities (and here’s a bunch more!) you should do while you’re stuck in home thanks to Ian.
The 5 Best Local Places To Get Coffee In Fayetteville
Happy National Coffee Day, Fayetteville!
We hear so often just how good coffee is for you. It can increase your lifespan, is good for your heart, good for your liver, and of course gives you just the perfect jolt of caffeine!
According to National Today, there’s a bit of confusion about the “holiday’s” history:
“The history of National Coffee Day seems a bit, well, cloudy. We believe September 29 came about as a jolting reminder to get back to work following a long summer — even though it’s a full week after the first day of fall. After all, Americans have turned procrastination into an art form.”
And of course, our heritage is based on tea, not coffee.
“Back in the U.S., if it weren’t for the Boston Tea Party in 1773, Americans may never have swapped tea for coffee. When the colonies revolted against King George III’s hefty tea tax, tea was out and coffee was in. Things really started to percolate in the mid 1800s when brothers John and Charles Arbuckle started selling coffee to cowboys in the American West. James Folger successfully introduced coffee to gold miners in California. Upon returning to San Francisco in 1865, Folger became a full partner of The Pioneer Steam Coffee and Spice Mills — which eventually became the J.A. Folger & Co. in 1872.”
So what are the best places right here in Fayetteville to get that delicious cup of coffee? Here’s some of our favorites!