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8 Coffee Subscription Services You Can Order Online

Many coffee shops are closed, the drive-thru lines for lattes are epic and grocery store selections are picked over. The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to find new ways to get our morning caffeine fix, and coffee subscription services deliver. Literally. “We all have more time to experiment,” said Jonathan Morris, coffee historian at the […]

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Jon Stewart Eviscerates The ‘Worst Legacy’ Of ‘The Daily Show’: Eviscerating

Jon Stewart is eviscerating how he used to eviscerate. While chatting with The New York Times Magazine’s David Marchese ahead of his upcoming movie “Irresistible,” the former “Daily Show” host got self-reflective. In the interview published Monday, Stewart identified the worst legacy of “The Daily Show” as the “evisceration expectation.” Talking about former Fox host Bill […]

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There Are A Lot Of Good Father’s Day Gifts On Sale At Nordstrom

Figuring out what to get your dad for Father’s Day this year might seem trivial, but it’s more important than ever to celebrate the loved ones around you. Father’s Day this year is June 21 ― so it’s coming up quickly. You don’t need to break the bank to get a good Father’s Day gift […]

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John Cleese Mocks Fox News For Confusing Monty Python With CHAZ Protesters

Comedy legend and Monty Python veteran John Cleese just farted in Fox News’ general direction. In a Friday segment, Fox tried to suggest there was trouble brewing between protesters in the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, a roughly six-block area of Seattle that demonstrators against police brutality and systemic injustice occupied last week. The quote-unquote evidence of infighting came […]

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16 Books By Black Authors Everyone Should Read

HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. HuffPost Whether you missed out on reading some classic novels in high school or are getting caught up on books you missed a few years ago, everyone should read these books by Black authors. Historically, a lot […]

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6 Unsung Black Culinary Heroes Of The Past

Before there was an official observance of Black History Month in February each year, there was Negro History Week. Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History led a full week of celebrating the contributions of African Americans. But too often is Black History Month a blip on the […]

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The Best Charcoal Grills And Charcoal, According To Grill Masters

Temperatures are warming up and grilling season is here. This summer, with social distancing still a necessity, grilling out will likely be an even more popular way to spend time at home. Gas grills have been the go-to option in recent years because of convenience ― they’re easier to light, clean and cook on, and […]