Voltage Happenings

What I learned in Guatemala (part 2)

I know it's taken me ages to write these blog posts, but the truth is, I'm still processing everything I learned in Guatemala.  There was so much wrapped up in that experience, and just unraveling it all has been tough, much less putting it into sentences that make sense. Here are some things that happened on ...
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What I learned in Guatemala (part 1)

Back in March, barismo invited me (Lucy V.) to go on an origin trip to Guatemala.  It was an absolutely incredible experience, filled with wondrous beauty and a lot of reality check.  The trip truly changed my perspective and gave me a new sense of what our work at Voltage means. First, I just want to ...
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Pangolin Day

Years ago, I had a funny thought.  Since March is arguably the most difficult month of the year, and the first week the toughest week of that month, what if we just tried to make that week totally absurd?  In other words, what if we, as a civilized people, just decided to call the first ...
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Want to get your daily jolt for less than $2/day?

It's a New Year, and once again we must all take some time to take a long look at the state of things.  Perhaps you've made a goal for yourself this year.  Perhaps you're taking a moment to think about your habits, how you spend your time, and what you would like to change about ...
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Adam O’Day’s GUMBO now up at Voltage

We are psyched to be hosting local Boston artist Adam O'Day and his show, GUMBO,  at Voltage Coffee and Art. Follow @VOLTAGEART on Twitter and search #GUMBO on Instagram for some sneak peaks at the images of the work. Sorry to leave you hanging but you have to come by to the opening on Friday, ...
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