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A Starbucks employee writes a message on a cup of freshly brewed coffee at a local store in Washington, DC on December 26, 2012. Starbucks stirred the political pot Wednesday by urging its baristas to write "come together" on its cups as a way to pressure US lawmakers to compromise on a deal to avert a year-end fiscal crisis. Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz said the American coffee giant was recommending its first-ever message on the side of tall, grande and venti (small, medium and large) drinks sold at its Washington stores as a way to help break the capital's gridlock on the so-called "fiscal cliff."  Lawmakers and the White House have less than a week to work out a deal aimed at preventing tax hikes from hitting all Americans and a series of deep, mandated spending cuts from kicking in beginning January 1.      AFP PHOTO/Eva HAMBACH        (Photo credit should read EVA HAMBACH/AFP/Getty Images)

This Starbucks Cup Is The New #Dress! It Will Make You Crazy!

Get ready to argue with your friends. Tell me what the name on this Starbucks cup is? Is it Corey or Greg? Guys does this say Greg or Corey pic.twitter.com/e6XeARecSe — Greg Dorris (@GregDorris) July […]

103.7 KVIL–07/27/2015

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 15:  A view of the  Starbucks Frappuccino lounge at Lincoln Center during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on February 15, 2011 in New York City.  (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for IMG)

STOP EVERYTHING: Starbucks Is Bringing Back Your Favorite Frappuccino!

Just in time for the triple digit temperatures moving in. Starbucks is bringing back their Mocha Coconut Frappuccino, and people are freaking out. It’s only available at participating Starbucks locations. I just want to know […]

103.7 KVIL–07/23/2015

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY RUTH HOLMES 
People walk past a branch of Starbucks in central London on February 1, 2013. Despite pledging to pay millions of pounds in extra tax in Britain, Starbucks faces a battle to restore its reputation over its fiscal stance, with analysts saying the offer is "too little too late". AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)

You’re Making These 9 Mistakes When You Order Your Starbucks!

Have you ever gotten your Starbucks drink and it tasted different than normal. There is a reason for that. If you ordered a smaller cup size than normal, can change the taste. There are lots […]

103.7 KVIL–07/16/2015

(FILES) The logo for Starbucks coffee is seen October 7, 2010 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Amid customer complaints that the Seattle-based coffee chain has turned coffee-making into something more akin to a factory assembly line, The Wall Street Journal reports October 13, 2010 that Starbucks is telling its busy baristas to slow down, and the change of pace behind the counter may result in longer lines. Starbucks has instructed the coffee chain's baristas to stop making multiple drinks at the same time (no more than two at a time, according to the report). They are to start making a second drink while finishing the first. Baristas also are supposed to steam milk for each drink rather than steaming an entire pitcher to be used for several beverages. Other instructions include rinsing pitchers after each use; staying at the espresso bar instead of moving around; and using only one espresso machine instead of two, according to company documents obtained by the newspaper. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

The Most Amazing Starbucks Drinks From Around The World

There are tons of regional drinks that Starbucks makes all over the globe. Some of them sound absolutely amazing. My question is why don’t they sell some of these here? You can see all the […]

103.7 KVIL–07/07/2015

(FILES) The logo for Starbucks coffee is seen October 7, 2010 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Amid customer complaints that the Seattle-based coffee chain has turned coffee-making into something more akin to a factory assembly line, The Wall Street Journal reports October 13, 2010 that Starbucks is telling its busy baristas to slow down, and the change of pace behind the counter may result in longer lines. Starbucks has instructed the coffee chain's baristas to stop making multiple drinks at the same time (no more than two at a time, according to the report). They are to start making a second drink while finishing the first. Baristas also are supposed to steam milk for each drink rather than steaming an entire pitcher to be used for several beverages. Other instructions include rinsing pitchers after each use; staying at the espresso bar instead of moving around; and using only one espresso machine instead of two, according to company documents obtained by the newspaper. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Here Are The Craziest Things To Ever Happen In A Starbucks

We found this list today, and had to share it with you. What’s really sad is the fact that a woman giving birth in the bathroom isn’t the weirdest thing on here. You can see […]

103.7 KVIL–06/17/2015

(FILES) The logo for Starbucks coffee is seen October 7, 2010 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Amid customer complaints that the Seattle-based coffee chain has turned coffee-making into something more akin to a factory assembly line, The Wall Street Journal reports October 13, 2010 that Starbucks is telling its busy baristas to slow down, and the change of pace behind the counter may result in longer lines. Starbucks has instructed the coffee chain's baristas to stop making multiple drinks at the same time (no more than two at a time, according to the report). They are to start making a second drink while finishing the first. Baristas also are supposed to steam milk for each drink rather than steaming an entire pitcher to be used for several beverages. Other instructions include rinsing pitchers after each use; staying at the espresso bar instead of moving around; and using only one espresso machine instead of two, according to company documents obtained by the newspaper. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Deep Fried Starbucks Is A The Best Thing EVER Invented!

The State Fair has struck again. It makes me sad this isn’t in Texas, but it still makes me really happy. Deep fried Starbucks is a real thing. DEEP FRIED STARBUCKS COFFEE — WE ARE […]

103.7 KVIL–06/12/2015

(FILES) The logo for Starbucks coffee is seen October 7, 2010 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Amid customer complaints that the Seattle-based coffee chain has turned coffee-making into something more akin to a factory assembly line, The Wall Street Journal reports October 13, 2010 that Starbucks is telling its busy baristas to slow down, and the change of pace behind the counter may result in longer lines. Starbucks has instructed the coffee chain's baristas to stop making multiple drinks at the same time (no more than two at a time, according to the report). They are to start making a second drink while finishing the first. Baristas also are supposed to steam milk for each drink rather than steaming an entire pitcher to be used for several beverages. Other instructions include rinsing pitchers after each use; staying at the espresso bar instead of moving around; and using only one espresso machine instead of two, according to company documents obtained by the newspaper. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

6 New Insane Frappuccino Flavors Starbucks Just Launched

This is pretty awesome. Starbucks just released 6 insane Frappuccino flavors. They are Caramel Cocoa Cluster, Lemon Bar, Cupcake, Red Velvet Cake, Cotton Candy, and Cinnamon Roll. The best part is you get to vote […]

103.7 KVIL–06/08/2015

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY RUTH HOLMES 
A man parks his hire bicycle outside a branch of Starbucks in central London on February 1, 2013. Despite pledging to pay millions of pounds in extra tax in Britain, Starbucks faces a battle to restore its reputation over its fiscal stance, with analysts saying the offer is "too little too late". AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)

Starbucks Just Took This Classic Drink Off The Menu And People Aren’t Happy

Starbucks has taken a classic drink off the menu and people aren’t happy about it. The cappuccino has disappeared from many menus throughout the United States. They claim it doesn’t sell well in certain parts of […]

103.7 KVIL–06/04/2015

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VIDEO: Starbucks Employee Fired After Outburst Is Caught On Tape

Not a good look for this barista

05/18/2015

SAN FRANCISCO - JANUARY 22:  People walk out of a  Starbucks coffee shop January 22, 2004 in San Francisco, California. The Starbucks Corporation on January 21 posted a strong growth, reporting a 41 percent increase in quarterly profit on solid holiday sales and rising use of its stored-value card. The company, based in Seattle, reported a first-quarter profit of $110.8 million, or 27 cents a share, in the quarter ended Dec. 28, up from $78.4 million, or 20 cents a share, in the year-earlier period. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Hackers Could Be Targeting Your Starbucks Account

If you haven’t done it recently you might want to check your starbucks account. People are saying that hackers are targeting them, and stealing money out of their bank account. If you have the auto […]

103.7 KVIL–05/13/2015

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