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2 hrs ago | EDGE
A handsome, very rich man walks into the car dealership where you work and wants to buy several new, fully-loaded cars, one for each of his employees.
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5 hrs ago | Denver Post
Forget about my two front teeth, all I want for Christmas is a video game not focused on blood and gore.
Christmas is never mentioned in Williamston Theatre's current offering, Joe DiPietro's "Over the River and Through the Woods," but this heartfelt story is all about the warmth of family togetherness which is the centerpiece of any holiday.
Don't tell anyone, but I've previously only seen about 20 minutes of The IT Crowd , the British sitcom that built a dedicated fan base mainly comprised of people who as they read this are sorrowfully shaking their head and querying my competence.
In classes of no more than 15, students are given one-on-one attention, voice-to-speech technologies, learning spaces with minimal distractions, hands-on-activities and printed lecture notes, says Shelly Chandler, Beacon's vice president for academic affairs.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Ed Weigand and patrol Dispatcher Diane Holubeck again are collecting toys that will be given this Christmas to patients at Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Matrix Games today issued a new patch for World in Flames , the computer version of Australian Design Group 's classic board game, covering both the European and Pacific Theaters of Operations during World War II.
After playing with several children's toys this holiday season, we decided to purposely stick with low-tech options.
Michelangelo and his turtle mates - high on the wish list of many young ninjas - also have been technologically tweaked, with the plush "practice pal" providing audio cues to help kids practise their Ninjutsu moves.
When school is closed for a teacher workday or there's no school because of weather, it can be challenging finding things to keep the kids busy, especially if they are cooped up indoors.
While her friends dressed Barbie dolls, Lucy Sanders designed and constructed buildings with Lincoln Logs, Tinkertoys, and playing cards.
A few nights ago, Letty Kerai of Mud Puddle Toys and her son enjoyed battling wits at home playing the fast-paced board game Anomia.
Each week, we here at Patch will do the hard work of finding unusual, useful, or great deals on Craigslist that were listed by area residents.
USAoplogy created a festive holiday edition of Scrabble, the popular word making board game.
Each December, when stores along High Street and across the country fill with holiday shoppers, the basement of the Emmaus House, a homeless shelter that sits in a nondescript brick building in the heart of downtown Ellsworth, fills with toys.
Move over, Monopoly. There's a new board game that's sure to be your family's next favorite , thanks to President Obama, Nancy Pelosi and the other delusional Democrats still having fun with our money.