Most coffee-drinking Americans say iced coffee season is year-round: study

Iced is just nice.  Most coffee-drinking Americans agreed in a new poll that it’s always iced coffee season, though some argued that a cold cup can be tricky to perfect at home. In honor of International Coffee Day on Tuesday, Mr. Coffee and OnePoll partnered to survey 2,000 coffee drinkers in the U.S. on their go-to coffee choices during the coronavirus More...

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By Boston Journal On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Deer hunting season will be different in Michigan due to pandemic, officials say

Not even hunting is safe from changes this year. Ahead of hunting season, some state and local officials are preparing for a year unlike any other. While some areas may be expecting a higher number of hunters More...

By Boston Journal On Thursday, September 17th, 2020

Hershey’s launches Halloween resource, maps out safe counties for trick-or-treating

If ever there were a company that wanted to keep the candy flowing this Halloween, it’s Hershey’s. In response to growing concerns over trick-or-treating amid the pandemic, the Pennsylvania-based candy company More...

By Boston Journal On Friday, September 11th, 2020

British Army cadet reaches finals of Miss England competition

This brave beauty is comfortable in camouflage and crowns. One Miss England hopeful has opened up about how her military background is fueling her fire to pursue pageants and personal passions. ‘WORLD’S More...

By Boston Journal On Saturday, September 5th, 2020

Americans are eating less meat, dairy during coronavirus pandemic, survey claims

If you’ve been reaching for fruits and vegetables in favor of meat and dairy during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re far from alone. A recent survey of 2,000 Americans found that more than half (57%) are eating More...

By Boston Journal On Sunday, August 30th, 2020

Florida fishermen return to dock and find out the Coast Guard thought they were missing

There’s probably no better feeling than coming home and finding out that you’re not missing. A fishing boat reportedly returned to port in Florida on Saturday only to find out that they had been the subject More...

By Boston Journal On Monday, August 24th, 2020

‘Cooking fatigue’ affecting most Americans during pandemic, study claims

With all the increased time at home, it’s no surprise 55% said cooking during COVID-19 has left them feeling fatigued. A new study of 2,000 Americans found, due to restrictions when dining out, that people are More...

By Boston Journal On Tuesday, August 18th, 2020

Tess Holliday says critics slammed trendy ‘strawberry dress’ when she wore it: ‘Our society hates fat people’

Plus-size model Tess Holliday has called out critics who reportedly slammed the so-called “strawberry dress” when she wore the now-famous frock on the red carpet earlier this year. Holliday was ahead of the More...

By Boston Journal On Wednesday, August 12th, 2020

Gordon Ramsay is mercilessly roasting home cooks on TikTok, and his own daughter isn’t even safe

Well, at least he’s consistent. Over the past few weeks, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has been using his TikTok page to critique the internet’s most baffling cooking videos, like that of a woman attempting More...

By Boston Journal On Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Fast-food wrappers at McDonald’s, Burger King may be harbor toxic chemicals: report

The calorie count might not be the only thing to be concerned about in that fast-food order. Toxic chemicals may be coating the wrappers and containers used at popular fast-food restaurants, according to a report titled More...