Enjoy LIVE FB Cafecito Podcast hits with the Alex and RA, vibe with BK locals, and feel good about supporting a local business,
Beehive Oven Biscuit Café – Williamsburg, Brooklyn
(347) 987 – 4960
182 South 2nd Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Please call the restaurant to RSVP.
Preshow with RA – updates and cafecito confessions:
Welcome #shakewhatyamamagaveya – We always start with a dance:
Then we introduce the Brooklyn Beehive Rat Pack
Que pasa at Beehive – We catch up with Biscuit Princess/Staff and share community announcements
Botanikal Khronikals – Can we share more LOVE and Love poetry and poems?
Do you want to buy a bag of Tremendo Bullships?
Tremendo Bullship means tremendous big poopies. We all have tremendo bullship in our lives. These can come as life challenges or via unnecessary dramas in life such as intrusive people or those humans that just love to complain all day long. Although the bag and the message is light hearted and funny, what is not funny is how exhausting it is to deal with these kinds of people and energies all of the time. It is draining, toxic, and stressful.
This tote bag is a light reminder of starting to set those healthy boundaries with a message that says, No Tremendo Bullship before my cafecito, in other words… no bs before my coffee. 🙂
Tremendo Bullship is also the name of our teeny comedy podcast in Spanish with Parita Conchita Morales Correa… a wise old woman who shares her rants about the world she experiences and witnesses directly. She is politically incorrect. She has a foul mouth and says it like she sees it. Freedom of speech and expression are very important to her and so is laughter, conversations, family, community, and presence.
Are you ready to buy your bag of Tremendo Bullships? Then click here…
Your contribution supports our podcast and community events.
Thank you for the opportunity to share. Thank you for your contributions.
Rosangel Perez creator of Cafecito Break Podcasts and Tremendo Bullship Teeny Pod
Get your adorable ugly sweaters ready! We are about to have a very cheesy holiday social, filled with favorite holiday music, yummylicious food, soulful vendors, and a live Cafecito Break Podcast. Free Coffee and water (while supplies last) Sun Dec 10th, 2017 – hosted by Rosangel Perez and Alex Perez
THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC.
Free dancing demo
and yes a “Make Your Ugly Sweater Uglier Contest”
We will also be collecting monetary donations for relief efforts for Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, and Mexico
Cafecito Break Podcast Topic – “The Little Things”
#cafecitobreak #community #podcast #supportlocal
Be sure to keep up with event updates on our Facebook Event Page here: Cafecito Break Holiday Tribal Marketa – Hosted by The Perez Sisters Alex Perez and Rosangel Perez
DATE: Sunday, Dec 10th
WHERE -St Pauls Lutheran Church
WHERE -334 South 5th Street corner of Rodney) BK NY 11211
For inquiries or sponsorship’s, please email: theperezsistersnyc@gmail…
“It is easy to love the people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. It is easier to give a cup of rice to relieve hunger than to relieve the loneliness and pain of someone unloved in our own home. Bring love into your home for this is where our love for each other must start.”― Mother Teresa
Cafecito Break Podcast – cafecitobreak.org
Botanikal Metaphysical Boutique – botanikal.com
Save the date: Nov 12th, 2017 – Cafecito Break Gratitude Fest and Tribal Market
Please join us and invite others to Cafecito Break Gratitude Fest and Tribal Market with Friends on Nov 12th, 2017 at St Pauls in Bk 2pm-6pm.
Our goal is to make these markets a monthly event where people could gather, hear some music, chat it up with the neighbors, drink some coffee, hear a live Cafecito Break Podcast and do a lil shopping with our local vendors.
We say so much with our actions and our money and these days many of us are feeling the greater need to be with others in communion. Let’s not forget about home. Let’s not forget about family and loved ones. Let’s not forget about us. Let’s not forget the importance of supporting local and supporting the entrepreneurs in your life.
“Remember that every time you patron a local vendor or entrepreneur YOU are also energizing and protecting homes and families!! Community is Connection and Medicine for the Soul…” – Alex Perez
May your efforts be blessed and multiplied divinely.
The Perez Sisters, Alexandra and Rosangel