Items from the acclaimed show, like Walter White's Aztek and the singed teddy bear, go on the block Sept. 29 to raise money for a charity.
Peet's, Whole Foods and Disney theme parks are among the many that strictly prohibit customers from carrying weapons on premises.
America's middle class has seen its median income drop by $600 since 'The Simpsons' first went on the air.
That's compared with 1 in 8 around the world and is just an extension of America's culture of overworking.
The cartoon cat aims to get Chinese women to buy a low-alcohol brew. If a former boy band and The Simpsons can sell beer, then why not?
The number of struggling Americans and the median US paycheck haven't changed since 2011. How surprising.
The decidedly suburban mall clothing chain needs a bar in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood more than the locals need it, however.
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