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Aaron Paul is holding a Breaking Bad-themed scavenger hunt before the Emmys on Monday starting at 11 a.m. Prizes scattered across Hollywood will include signed Breaking Bad scripts, posters, dolls, action figures and art from the show.
The game is designed to honor the final season of Breaking Bad, which aired last summer and is up for its final awards this year.
Ever dream of sleeping on an Ikea bed without having to go through all the hassle of actually piecing it together? Now you can.
Airbnb and Ikea have partnered to allow a group of Australians to sleep in the Scandinavian furniture store for one night only on August 21 in Sydney for a mere 11 Australian dollars.
Participants must sign a waver acknowledging that they will “be awoken in the morning in a remarkable way,” according to Mashable.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Wednesday that the country will introduce a mandatory fingerprinting system in supermarkets. He asserted that the plan will keep people from buying too much of any single item. The president did not say when the measure would go into effect, the Associated Press reports.
The Socialist Venezuelan government has struggled with food shortages for over a year.
The first phase of a $40 million project to renovate the Long Island Rail Road's aging Massapequa station and increase the number of trains serving morning commuters is nearly completed and expected to open to the public Monday, officials said.