Feb 23, 2014 · 5:30 PM
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An awesome book at an amazing little authentic cafe.
About The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois (b. 1868, American): "The Souls of Black Folk should be read and studied by every person, white and black. We cannot find language to express our appreciation of this production, which from every point of view, can well be termed 'a masterpiece.'" -Wendell Phillips Dabney, Ohio Enterprise, 1903
About Felicitous Cafe: Before the proprietor of Felicitous was a coffee shop owner, she was a student at the University of South Florida. While she was in school there was a horrible lack of local, off-campus study spots. Students resorted to hitting the books in the library, browsing Wikipedia in their dorms, or even furiously cranking out research papers while sipping corporate coffee. She longed for the kind of local, community coffee shops she had visited in Vermont, Chicago, and other cities around the country. She knew that she should "be the change you want to see in the world," so after graduating and being an architect for awhile, she opened Felicitous.
Of course, Felicitous is not just for studying. Grab a blanket and cozy up on the sofa with a great book. Make a friend or two and discuss the world over a pot of tea. Enjoy the WiFi and watch videos of cute cats. Have a picnic underneath the big tree in the backyard. Bring your dog and have lunch out on our patio.
Our staff of artists, writers, students, musicians, and activists--along with our amazing community of patrons--continue to make Felicitous a favorite local spot in Tampa.
Learn more at their website: http://www.felicitouscoffee.com/