I think Townsquare Media (a.k.a. the radio station) should have a Redbox kiosk sitting out front of its building in Windsor.
Sure, Redbox kiosks are everywhere, but having one at the radio station would be even more convenient to you - picking up movies and games for the kids (or yourself) while running errands and/or picking up a prize at the front desk would be even easier and save you some time
Everything really is awesome in the world of LEGO. After the success of Warner Bros.' 'The LEGO Movie,' the studio quickly signed off on 'The LEGO Movie 2' for a 2017 release. But now, with more than two years until the sequel, two more LEGO movies have been dated!
The recent buzz of toy news brought confirmation that 'The Simpsons' would be going LEGO for an upcoming installment, though few details of the topical concept episode were known. Now, we've learned exactly when "Brick Like Me" will premiere, along with the bizarre twist that leads to Homer finding both himself and the rest of Springfield made entirely of LEGO!
Yep, it's official: we're getting a 'Ghostbusters' LEGO set.
Originally submitted last year as part of LEGO's Cuusoo competition (where fans design their own sets in hopes of them actually getting mass produced), the "Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary" set will include the iconic Ecto-1 vehicle and four figures representing Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddmore. A
Twenty-five seasons on the air, we'd imagine 'The Simpsons' to have covered just about everything under and shielded from the sun, but it seems our favorite Springfield family has at least one new animation style to boldly go: LEGO! Along with the recent announcement of 'Simpsons'-themed LEGO products, it seems the series itself will get the brick and block treatment in 2014!
It's only appropriate that a song about a 'Lego House' should have an accompanying Lego version of the video. That's exactly what the self-explanatory 'Lego Version' of Ed Sheeran's 'Lego House' video is. And it's pretty much the most awesome thing ever.
Although it's something we've never wondered ourselves, engineers at Open University in the UK recently discovered how high a LEGO tower can go before the bricks at the bottom are crushed under the weight. Here's a hint -- it's pretty darn high.
I loved Legos growing up. Heck, a big part of me still does. The thing that always bugged me, though, was looking for that one specially-sized piece that I needed to complete my masterpiece, in a sea of pieces I had absolutely no need for.