#411: $2K Hidden Throughout Baltimore City, Pampers "Smart Diaper" & More!

$2,000 Hidden In Cash Throughout The City

  • The escape room company Breakout Games is hosting a real-life scavenger hunt in Baltimore City this week by hiding $2,000 in cash throughout the city
  • Then, on Thursday from 5-8 p.m., Breakout Games will release the coordinates of where each $100 bill is hidden
  • To win the money, you just have to find it first
  • Sign up for the coordinates and learn more here

Pampers Is Coming Out With A Smart Diaper

  • Pampers is coming out with a smart diaper, Lumi by Pampers
  • The diaper has a sensor that sends information to a mobile app. Pampers says the sensor also will track the baby's sleeping patterns
  • The new line comes with a baby monitor and a ten-day supply of diapers. There's no word yet on how much smart diapers will cost

Coffee Bean Releasing Friends Themed Coffee

  • The iconic sitcom Friends turns 25 this year and Coffee Bean is celebrating with Friends-themed drinks & Central Perk inspired coffee & tea you can make at home
  • They have 6 specialty beverages all named after a Friends character plus 2 coffees and a tea you can brew at home
  • Snag the brew at home items now online or visit your local Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf shop starting next Wednesday to grab a specialty Friends beverage/brew at home items in person


Nicole Kidman Responds To Keith Urban’s Sexy Lyrics

  • Turns out Nicole Kidman doesn’t mind being the topic of Keith Urban’s music, it can just be a little embarrassing
  • During an interview with an Australian radio station, they asked Nicole how she felt about a lyric from the song Gemini off Keith’s 2018 album “Graffiti U”-- “She's a maniac in the bed, but a brainiac in the head"
  • Nicole says, “I don't sensor his art, but it is a little embarrassing, it's better than saying, 'God, I'm so bored. Make an effort, Nicole!"

Mr. Rogers Trailer

  • The first trailer for “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” the Mr. Rogers’ biopic starring Tom hanks dropped yesterday and it’s just what we all need right now 
  • The film, which hits theaters on November 22nd, is inspired by the real-life relationship between the children’s TV icon and Tom Junod, a cynical journalist who embarks on a life-changing experience while writing Rogers' profile for “Esquire” in 1998



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