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In fact, Ikea's food is so damn good that 30% of the stores visitors just come to the store for a bite to eat. Your days of wrangling Ikea furniture parking just for a serve of meatballs could soon be over. "This might sound odd, but it's nearly something we didn't notice", Michael La Cour, IKEA Food's managing director, adds. Ikea has previously opened dining pop-ups in London , Paris , and Oslo , and this would just be an extension of the meatballs, mashed potatoes, chocolate ...
  • Prince William and Lady Gaga join forces in mental health campaign

    Prince William and Lady Gaga join forces in mental health campaign

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    It's the same as physical health. Even celebrities FaceTime one other from time to time - namely Lady Gaga and Prince William, who have been chatting about mental health as part of Heads Together's #oktosay campaign. "I should be so happy, but you can't help it when in the morning you wake up, you are so exhausted, you are so sad, you are so full of anxiety and the shakes that you can't barely think", she told 34-year-old Prince William.
  • The Fate of the Furious Breaks Records

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    According to The Hollywood Reporter , Furious 8 had the advantage of opening in China, which earned a massive $192.1 million - the biggest three-day opening in history and the top opening ever for a Hollywood title. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures,"While we rejoice over ₹ 100 cr, ₹ 200 cr, ₹ 300 cr, #Furious8 collects $ 188.85 million in its long wknd in China".
  • United to change its policy on police

    United to change its policy on police

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    The announcement Wednesday from the city's Aviation Department comes two days after another officer involved in the Sunday night confrontation was put on leave. His daughter says the 69-year-old is the father of five children. A lawsuit hasn't been filed. United Chief Executive Oscar Munoz on Wednesday apologized to Dao, his family and United customers in an ABC News interview, saying the company would no longer use law enforcement officers to remove passengers from overbooked flights.
  • Michael Keaton and Tim Burton May Reunite for Dumbo

    Michael Keaton and Tim Burton May Reunite for Dumbo

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    Variety reports that Keaton is in negotiations to play the "villain" in Dumbo . DeVito's small circus is the outfit home to Dumbo the elephant and his mother, while Eva Green will play a French trapeze artist. Previously, it was rumored that Tom Hanks had been offered the role of the villain but it seems as if his commitment to the World War II drama Greyhound is what ultimately led to talks falling through.
  • Footwear is trendy weapon on flights: Twinkle on Kapil-Sunil fight

    Footwear is trendy weapon on flights: Twinkle on Kapil-Sunil fight

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    Sunil is popular for slipping into different avatars easily and he is equally amusing in this video. Though he didn't take Sunny's name, he has mentioned Laila and Baby Doll in the video. "It's a prime slot and the show has been popular, though lately, it has suffered a setback due to the Sunil-Kapil fallout", the source added. Sunil's contract with the channel will be up for renewal by the end of April, and the channel has reportedly given Kapil a month to recover his show's falling ratings.
  • 'Teen Wolf' Star Tyler Posey Joins 'Jane the Virgin' Cast

    'Teen Wolf' Star Tyler Posey Joins 'Jane the Virgin' Cast

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    Tyler Posey is set to bid goodbye to his long-running supernatural series " Teen Wolf ". No word yet if Posey will appear in the show as hairy as he does in " Teen Wolf ". Rafael Solano ( Justin Baldoni ), meanwhile, is not likely to be Posey's character's competition for Jane's heart. Of course, Michael can't be back in flesh and blood, considering that he was untimely killed earlier in the season right when he and Jane were ready to start their new life as a married couple.
  • Mel B Granted Restraining Order Against Nanny Allegedly Impregnated By Her Husband

    Mel B Granted Restraining Order Against Nanny Allegedly Impregnated By Her Husband

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    Just one week after being granted a temporary restraining order against her estranged husband, Stephen Belafonte , Spice Girls alum Mel B has filed an additional TRO against her ex-nanny, Lorraine Gilles , TMZ reports . "Should a permanent order be granted, Mel B will be given primary legal and physical custody and Stephen will be at a severe disadvantage for his rights as a father".
  • John Clarke, beloved Down Under for his satire, dies at 68

    John Clarke, beloved Down Under for his satire, dies at 68

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    New Zealand-born comedian and satirist John Clarke has died. John Clarke's satire "spoke truth to power", Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said. His death had people from both countries reminiscing about the skits and songs Clarke performed that often touched on the essence of life Down Under.
  • First poster for Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok

    First poster for Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok

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    It is set for release on October 27th in the United Kingdom and November 3rd in the States. This Monday, Marvel rolled out the first teaser trailer for their upcoming sequel Thor: Ragnarok . "We know each other, he's a friend from work!" " Thor: Ragnarok " lands in theaters on November 3 . Thor is then captured on the planet Sakaar, where he's forced to fight Mark Ruffalo's Hulk for amusement of his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sakar's Grandmaster, played by Jeff Goldblum .
  • Fans to say farewell to rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry

    Fans to say farewell to rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry

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    The head of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Greg Harris, said "anybody who's picked up a guitar has been influenced by him". Simmons' remark about Berry's ability to unite his fans and create a sense of belonging to the same people, rings with marked poignancy both at a time when the world is seeing increasing divides, as well as on Passover.