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  • Tribeca 2014: In 'Beyond the Brick,' Lego as cultural juggernaut

    Tribeca 2014: In 'Beyond the Brick,' Lego as cultural juggernaut
    NEW YORK -- “The Lego Movie” this winter reawakened many people to the colorful plastic bricks they hadn’t thought about since childhood. But a raft of people inside and outside the Danish company have been clued in to its pleasures...
  • Hot toys for Christmas and Hanukkah

    Hot toys for Christmas and Hanukkah
    Consider the holiday retail race to be in full swing, as both Wal-Mart and Toys R Us moved to stake a claim in the competitive toy market back in September by releasing lists of top toys for Christmas and Hanukkah. Discount behemoth Wal-Mart, which says...
  • Keep West Hartford's Leadership In Place

    Year in and year out, West Hartford is one of the best places in Connecticut to live. That's why those in charge at town hall — a Democratic-dominated town council under the leadership of Mayor Scott Slifka — deserve to be re-elected when...
  • Child's play in Europe

    Child's play in Europe
    When parents tell me they're going to Europe and ask me where to take their kids, I'm sometimes tempted to answer, "To Grandma and Grandpa's on your way to the airport." It's easy to make the case against taking the kids along. A European vacation with...
  • Taking the kids to San Diego during kids free month

    Taking the kids to San Diego during kids free month
    Free is good. Free is really good for traveling families when it's something you want — say free kids admission to SeaWorld, as opposed to something you won't likely use like kids-eat-free from the kids' menu. (Don't you hate those promotions?)...
  • Bill Gates plays Secret Santa to unsuspecting Reddit user

    Bill Gates plays Secret Santa to unsuspecting Reddit user
    Who knew Bill Gates was such a nifty Reddit user? The billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder took to Reddit recently to partake in the online community's Secret Santa Exchange. Gates was matched up with Reddit user NY1227, otherwise known...
  • Meet 'The Simpsons,' now in Lego form

    Meet 'The Simpsons,' now in Lego form
    D'oh! This one was a no-brainer: The Simpsons are now Legos. Lego and Twentieth Century Fox Television announced this week they had reached a much-anticipated deal to turn everyone's favorite dysfunctional family into Lego bricks. There are six mini-...
  • A lesson in raising up a handy young man

    A lesson in raising up a handy young man
    My husband is very handy around the house. It's one of the many reasons I married him besides his Dermot-Mulroney good looks. A woman can't lose if she marries a man who can fix things. If a toilet breaks, he knows how to fix it. He can hang drywall,...
  • 'Devil's Due' evil baby stunt in N.Y.: Funny as a heart attack?

    'Devil's Due' evil baby stunt in N.Y.: Funny as a heart attack?
    Have you seen the "Devil's Due" movie promotion featuring a robotic devil baby in a remote-controlled perambulator? Everyone else has. Posted Monday, the viral video had nearly 9.4 million views on YouTube as of Tuesday afternoon. The stroller...
  • The dreaded words: 'Mom, I need to talk to you about something'

    The dreaded words: 'Mom, I need to talk to you about something'
    My son said to me last night, with a very serious look on his face, "Mom, I need to talk to you about something important." I wondered what it could be. Lately, all the talk has been about his birthday, which is coming up, so I figured it had...
  • Brazen Careerist: Valuable job skill you learned from your (annoying) older siblings

    Brazen Careerist Those of us lucky enough to have siblings know a rewarding, lifelong loving relationship is built upon a firm foundation of taunts, noogies and tattling. Interestingly enough, the mean things your older brothers and sisters inflicted...
  • Where to celebrate New Year's Eve with kids

    Where to celebrate New Year's Eve with kids
    You don't have to celebrate New Year's Eve on your sofa just because you can't get a sitter. Ring in 2014 with kids in tow (in some cases, a little early) at one of these fam-friendly celebrations. "Build it Big" Bubble Bash The DuPage Children's Museum'...