Season 2 Episode 9 of “Stay Regular” on BirchCoffee.com

Man of many talents, Jeremy Floto hangs out at the coffee shop he helped design, and talks to us about being an interior designer and contractor, being held at gunpoint in rural china, and opening up a new rustic boutique hotel in upstate New York. Jeremy also goes into detail on his photo series about the Mexico 43 Student Massacre in Iguala, Mexico. Check out all of this and much more in this week’s episode.

Find out more about Jeremy and WRK Design!

Season 2 Episode 8 of “Stay Regular” on BirchCoffee.com

Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” visionary guitar player, and all around great person Kaki King sits down with Jeremy in this week’s Stay Regular. Kaki discusses how she’s integrating new projection techniques into her live show “The Neck is a Bridge to the Body,” her newfound respect for simple melody with her baby, and so much more!

Find out more about Kaki King and stay connected with Birch Coffee.

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Season 2 Episode 7 of “Stay Regular” on BirchCoffee.com

We love Ralph. He’s one of the smartest and most engaging guys we know!

In this episode Jeremy sits down to go over Ralph’s long journey from Long Island to Spain, Puerto Rico, and now back to New York again. Ralph tells us about his transition from being a systems guy at Bell Labs to his new business, RevoPo, a must have for any restaurant business owner.

Season 2 Episode 5 of “Stay Regular” on BirchCoffee.com

Playwright and Birch Coffee lifer, Jeremy Wine, sits down with Paul to talk to him about how Birch saved his writing career. Jeremy shares what plays he’s been working on lately, including work about Nikola Tesla, drone warfare, and much more!

Hear his inspiring story and more here!

Season 2 Episode 3 of “Stay Regular” on BirchCoffee.com

Chef Jehangir Mehta tells Birch Coffee co-owner Paul about how he became a contestant on Food Network’s The Next Iron Chef, how to help children eat healthier foods, and how his restaurant, Graffiti, can offer a truly one of a kind meal experience for you. Jehangir starts it off with what a shock it was coming to New York City from India, and not in the way you would think.

Find out more about Jehangir and his restaurant Graffiti at http://www.jehangirmehta.com
and check out his book Mantra at http://www.amazon.com/Mantra-Rules-In…