Both are apparently getting a lot of action.
"Every bed in the 43,000-square-meter store is occupied, with some children and adults fast asleep under the covers."
Checked-in on Foursquare, we mean.
You will not be getting a $1,000 gift card any time soon.
Carl Icahn is struggling with various projects, Sharon Waxman becomes the latest media lady to start a news-aggregation Website, and — it's official! — most City Council members pay less rent than you do, in our daily roundup of finance, media, real-estate and entertainment news.
Turns out the cast members won't be living on Pier 41 — but they'll still be right near Ikea!
Stuy Town laundry thieves are being surveilled, Carroll Gardens raccoon cheerleaders speak out, Ikea bus riders forego affordable design for methadone, and much more, in our 'Ruby Tuesday' boroughs roundup.
The Belltel lofts marketing plan sputters, things get ugly in Forest Hills, and folks are backed up in Red Hook. That and more in our boroughs-report week-capper.
Regina Spektor moves into Murray Hill, Carroll Gardens' Ivy League hipster types strike back against last week's maudlin anti-yuppie video, and a celeb hip-hop stylist's body turns up in the Bronx. Plus, news from Red Hook, Long Island City, Dumbo, and Coney in today's boroughs roundup.
They're not too gentrified in Greenpoint to transcend the crummy G train, not too Ikea-fied in Red Hook to alienate Santogold, and not too cranky in Brooklyn Heights to bitch about smaller OJ cartons. So we're not too proud to say this: that and more in today's boroughs report!
The writer disses Norman Foster on the Upper East Side, erotic yet "tender" art is nixed in the South Bronx, and more Ikea mania, in our hump-day boroughs report.
We talked to those hardy souls who will wait in line for anything — even a discount Scandanavian sofa.
On this morning's show, everyone in the audience got free $200 gift cards — but the audience didn't seem thrilled. And Whoopi was downright ominous: "Don't forget, you'll be putting it together, too."
Not enough 'Times' newsroom workers are taking the buyouts, BlackBerrys are outlawed at a law firm, and Ikea is finally arriving.