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Toys"R"Us Closing It's Stores Down
Posted by Richard on March 15, 2018 at 07:03 PM CST:
This morning I heard the news that Toys"R"us will be shutting down for good. While I have mixed feelings about their emphasis of the word "suggested" in MSRP, I have more good memories of the chain than bad. It's not all bad I suppose, maybe we will get some discounted LEGO® sets out of it. Forum link.
Retro News: March 11-20 2007
Posted by Richard on March 14, 2018 at 07:55 PM CST:
Mask Of Destiny welcomes in a new staff member in this Retro News segment, and that's about all that gets posted due to a computer failure. Oddly enough my current PC had a motherboard die not too long ago, strange how some of the Retro News events seem to coincide with recent events.
BrickUniverse Raleigh & OKC Approaches
Posted by Richard on March 14, 2018 at 07:22 PM CST:
The next BrickUniverse Raleigh event takes place on April 14-15th for the public, or 13-15th if you want to bring some stuff in and display your creations at the event. UPDATE: There's also an OKC event taking place even sooner, public days are April 7-8th. And after that, BU is hosting 7 more events in different locations across the U.S.A., have a look and see if any are near you! Forum link.
Check Out Mask Of Destiny On Flickr
Posted by Richard on March 14, 2018 at 06:52 PM CST:
Mask Of Destiny has had it's own Flikr account for some time now. Previously I've been using a personal account to post on the platform. Thanks to the good people at Biomedia Project, the MoD account has picture albums from Brickfair Virginia 2017, as well as my LEGOPalooza 2018 pictures (though they are now sorted properly on the MoD account). Forum link.
Retro News: March 1-10 2007
Posted by Richard on March 4, 2018 at 09:27 PM CST:
The first details of the LEGO® Universe MMO start popping up around the web.
A BIONICLEŽ Song From Another Age
Posted by Richard on March 4, 2018 at 08:12 PM CST:
Paul Hardcastle composed a number of songs for The LEGO Group as part of a deal with Universal Studios. One of these songs, titled "Bionicle Age", was left unused and later published in a stock album under the name "Bionic Age". BioMedia Project has recently archived the song to help it get the attention it deserves. You can see more of Paul's work here. Forum link.
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