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Bean Soup Times Media Coverage

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This newspaper is like a drug, it doesn’t sound attractive, but once you get a hit of it you’re hooked. City Alert, Carl West


UpScale Magazine

“(Bean Soup Times) has jaws dropping. The hilarious stories border on the ridiculous while making striking political commentary.” (November 2003)


Tavis Smiley Show

“Biting humor... .I ain't mad at you.”

(August 5, 2003)


Chicago Reader

"No, it's not the Onion but an Afrocentric variant with a similarly edible name."

(August 2, 2002)


The Final Call

"Offering hilarious parodies of mainstream media, Bean Soup Times is quickly becoming a popular source of witty social and political satire." (April 16, 2002)


Mo in the Midday WVON-AM (1450)

“Hilarious. It makes you laugh and think.” Monique Caradine (September 2002)


Eight-Forty Eight" WBEZ (91.5 FM)

"A Chicago-based paper is peeling a layer from The Onion. Bean Soup Times is a new satirical newspaper that spoofs news from an African American perspective."

(April 1, 2002)


Chicago Crusader

"With a witty take on current events and popular culture, Bean Soup Times.com is quickly becoming Black America's leading source for satirical news on the internet." (October 2001)


Black Edition.com

"Do you ever get tired of reading the depressing news on Web sites and in newspapers? We found an excellent site that will give you a break." (2001)