This morning Kellogg's took to Twitter to address what appears to show a racially insensitive image. According to the Detroit Free Press Novelist Saladin Ahmed questioned the back of the current Kellogg's Corn Pops box.
As we enter baseball's All-Star Game break, in conjunction with Kellogg's, Major League Baseball conducted a survey to learn the lengths baseball fans will go to catch a game. It turns out the answer is a long way, including missing church and their honeymoons.
So the website Deadspin posted a story about the most delicious cereals, ranked in order. Their number one cereal was "Milk and Honey Original Café Mix" followed by Cheerios and then Grape-Nuts. What? WHAT?
An 8th grade class at Berwick Middle School in Berwick Pennsylvania was on a field trip to Baltimore, and they stopped to get lunch. Sounds harmless enough. But when the class had to be split up in groups 15 to 20 kids got burgers, fries, and breasts--Hooters--to be exact.