Chicken Story, a Korean eatery located in both New Bedford and Fall River, specializing in fried chicken, corn dogs and bubble tea, offers hefty portions. Despite modest settings and limited parking, Staff Writer Jesse Magnifico applauds the food quality, unique bubble tea flavors, and swift service. Continue reading Clucking Delicious: Unraveling the Flavorful Tale of Chicken Story
Sam Adams has relaunched its ultra-high alcohol content beer, “Utopia,” currently prohibited in 15 US states. Described as “extreme barrel-aged beer,” its alcohol content is 28%. Valued at $240 for a 24.5-ounce bottle, it is available in 35 states and also on tap at Samuel Adams Cincinnati Tap Room. Its next release is slated for 2025.
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21-year-old Sarah Katz suffered heart attacks and died after consuming a charged lemonade at Panera Bread in 2022. Her parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit in 2023, accusing Panera of irresponsibly selling a dangerous drink marketed as safe, without proper warnings. The high levels of caffeine in the drink allegedly triggered her cardiac arrhythmia. Continue reading Panera Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over the Death of 21-Year-Old Sarah Katz
Crumbl Cookies, a specialty bakery known for its enormous, versatile cookies, recently opened in Dartmouth near UMassD. Each week, they rotate unique flavours, keeping customer experiences fresh. Despite being relatively costly, the cookies’ size and rich taste justify the price. With pickup, delivery, and fast service options, they offer convenience to customers. Notably, they also present variety packs which are perfect for small events. Continue reading Cookies Worth Every Crumb: Crumbl Cookies Review
Microsoft has acquired the game development company Activision Blizzard for $69 billion, bringing iconic games like Call of Duty, Overwatch, and World of Warcraft under its umbrella. The deal, following Microsoft’s merger with Bethesda Games, raised concerns of a gaming monopoly. However, a 10-year agreement ensuring the continued release of Call of Duty on PlayStation alleviated these fears. Despite competition concerns, the acquisition is set to enrich Microsoft’s Game Pass offerings.
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(Image via medcitynews.com) Business Manager: Brendan Flaherty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rite Aid, a pharmaceutical company similar to CVS and Walgreens, is filing for bankruptcy over plummeting sales, increasing debt, and claims against them for misuse of opioids. So where did this all start, and how can Rite Aid ever think to come back from all these setbacks? Rite Aid has filed for “Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection … Continue reading Rite Aid Claims Bankruptcy Amid Ramifications of the Opioid Crisis
(Image via aldf.org) Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: email@example.com It’s the year 2023. The economy is on the brink of death, and the unfortunate working class is trapped within a late-stage capitalism hellscape. The wealth gap increases exponentially at an inversely proportional rate to the average person’s will to live. Inflation runs rampant while wages stay the same as billionaires sip sparkling spring water infused … Continue reading Pig Happiness Causes Financial Unhappiness
(Image via Nathan Denette / Canadian Press from cbc.ca) Staff Writer: Jesse Magnifico Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For the second time this year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is suing Amazon, this time for potentially breaking antitrust law. According to FTC Chair Lina Khan, “Amazon is a monopolist, and it is exploiting its monopolies in ways that leave shoppers and sellers paying more for worse service.” In … Continue reading Amazon Sued for Monopolistic Operation By The Federal Trade Commission and Seventeen States
(Photographed by Staff Writer Rena Danho) Business Manager: Julian Cassady Email: email@example.com On Tuesday, March 28th, 2023, Solar Cannabis Co. had its grand opening for its new Dartmouth location, located at 493 Faunce Corner Road, Dartmouth, MA. Solar Cannabis Co. is a cannabis cultivator and dispensary headquartered in Somerset, MA. As of April 2023, they have four stores located in Somerset and Seekonk and now, … Continue reading Dartmouth Acquires Its First Ever Recreational Dispensary As Solar Cannabis Co. Cuts Its Ribbon
(Image via umassd.edu) Arts & Entertainment Editor: Kamryn Kobel Email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Wednesday, March 22nd, UMass Dartmouth’s Associate Professor of Management and Marketing, Dr. Selcan Kara, gave a presentation about her research on branding strategies. Dr. Kara spoke as a part of UMass Dartmouth’s Women History Month Faculty Speaker Series, which includes presentations from women faculty of the UMass D faculty. The presentation took place … Continue reading Dr. Selcan Kara Presents As Part Of UMass Dartmouth’s Women’s History Month Event Series