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  1. Blank Canvas Brewery moves into new home in BrewerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    When Blank Canvas Brewery opened last year on Center Street the owners were optimistic that they would see traffic on the one-way street. "No one drove down that street," Stephen Genthner said Friday from behind his new counter at 46 Betton St. , which is almost directly behind his former location but on a busier two-way street with a partial view of the Penobscot River.


  2. The guest's guide to Irish weddings: 20 things to look out for in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago |

    ... on offer are often quickly devoured by adults as well. 9. For a lot of weddings, the party begins with a giant board game. Jumbo-sized Jenga and chess pieces are not unusual at weddings. The games are a good way of breaking the ice for guests who ...


  3. Top Ten Possible Uses For A Waste Of Time MachineRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Daily Caller

    The 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 wasn't the most reliable or attractive car ever made, but it served its purpose as a time machine in 'Back to the Future.' As you might have gathered, I took some time off from writing over the first part of summer.


  4. July 22, 2016A former Washington County resident has created a "magic lantern" gaming system.Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | O-R Online

    ... Township but now a resident of Montreal, Canada, where he lives with his wife and two children, invented a board game called Lark Lamp. Lark Lamp is a “magic lantern gaming system” that consists of a lantern with an LED light and four ...


  5. What we used to do in the school holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nelson Mail

    I've been staring into the eyes of a tiger rather a lot this past week. And the mouth of a leopard.


  6. The Latest (Annoying) Obsession: Pokemon GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Attachment Parenting Blog

    There's a lot about technology that I love, not the least of which is that it lets me earn a living without having to be chained to a cubicle for work or tethered to my couch to watch a favorite movie or TV show. Heck, I'm a gamer too, though my tastes have always run more to board games and interactive social gaming than the typically solo occupation of video or computer gaming.


  7. How popular is Pokemon Go: part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... other games out there that include the word "go" in their title. Counter-Strike: GO, Hitman Go and Go ( a Chinese board game ), for example. Perhaps if they featured augmented reality and collectable monsters they would fare better. The results seem ...


  8. Monopoly-lover Neil in world record bidRead the original story

    Yesterday | West Sussex Today

    ... and says: "Now, it's just got a bit out of hand." He has searched the world for rare examples of the popular board game and now has so many that he's had problems storing all of them. Some have been kept in the loft of his parents' home in Stace ...


  9. Pretty Little Liars' 15 Best Spencer and Toby MomentsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Teen Vogue

    ... first kiss, Spencer and Toby played Scrabble together, so by that, we mean they flirted while sort of playing a board game. They were camped out in a motel, trying to get some answers about "A" and in their spare time, they broke out the Scrabble ...


  10. [Editorial] Gaming cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has come up with a new set of measures to promote Korea's slumping game industry. Dubbed "A Five-Year Plan to Enhance the Gaming Culture," the new measures focus more on creating a healthy gaming culture than supporting game developers.


  11. The final days of the summer reading programRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Freeman-Journal

    Here at Kendall Young Library we've spent the past seven weeks of summer having a blast. In the Children's Library we've marveled over a Bubble Man and his bubble creations, learned how to play chess with a magician, met animal visitors from Blank Park Zoo, and played indoor mini-golf.


  12. Watertown Lyric Theater puts its game face on for a Clue: The MusicalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watertown Daily Times

    After the return of Watertown Lyric Theater's Summer Stock program last year, Jonathan P. Cole became game for another “stock” show this summer. “Clue: The Musical,” based on the popular Parker Brothers board game, will be staged at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 28, through Saturday, July 30, at the Bruce M. Wright Memorial Conference Center, 1291 Faichney Drive.


  13. Monoporead back at the libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Medincine Hat News

    Children's librarian Mary Ellen Packer helps Isabella, Sophia and Alexander Daly play Monoporead Wednesday at the library, a longstanding summer library tradition.--NEWS PHOTO PEGGY REVELL Go directly to the Medicine Hat Public Library, do not pass go, do not collect $200 this summer - it's the summertime, which means the chance for kids to instead collect a book or two, thanks to the well-loved game of Monoporead. "It's a Medicine Hat tradition," said MHPL's head of youth services, Carol Ann Cross-Roen, about the huge board game in the children's section that comes out for the summer months.


  14. Maple Ridge movie store carries the rental torchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    There was a time - not all that long ago - when DVD rental businesses streaming video services such as Netflix and Shomi dropped on the home entertainment landscape. And in doing so, threaten the rental store with extinction.


  15. New Game: NBA 10: The InsideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MobyGames

    ... skee ball. The game also includes the Conquest mode that first appeared in NBA 09: The Inside , as a Risk -like board game, based on the mechanics of mini-games such as Dodgeball, Elimination and Give & Go. By winning games an 'army' of basketball ...


  16. Depot Museum makes changes to attract visitors -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Richmond County Daily Journal

    Big changes are in progress at the Hamlet Depot and Museums, and museum director Stephanie Thornsbury hopes people will come in and tour the updated gift shop - now located in the main entrance. Thornsbury said she believes people who might otherwise stop into the museum don't realize it is open during the week, so she's made some improvements along the sidewalk.


  17. 'A safe place to nerd out' - New game store opens in Rock FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Gazette

    A new retailer will open its doors Friday at 1023 First Ave. in Rock Falls, hoping to not only sell products, but a culture. The store will open with 1,000 tabletop games in stock, and it will carry more after gauging what its clientele wants.


  18. International Games Day CelebrationRead the original story

    Thursday | Tecumseh Herald

    Join hundreds of libraries throughout the country for the ninth annual celebration of gaming in libraries - International Games Day @ your library. Bring your entire family and play your favorite board games, such as Monopoly and Clue.


  19. Pok Party slated Friday in Harlan -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Middlesboro Daily News

    The "Pokemon Go" smartphone game has become a phenomenon since its debut nearly two weeks ago. The appeal stems partly from how easy it is to play.


  20. Sharknado: Bites Back Bringing Sharknado Insanity to Tabletop GamingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    ... . There's already been Sharknado clothing, figures, slot machines, mobile games, etc. Why not a Sharknado board game? With Sharknado: The 4th Awakens poised to premiere in a little over a week, the Sharknado promotional storm is under way; and amid ...