Restoring a ’60s era #4 Stanley plane.
Art of the Brick Lego Exhibit is a fantastic display of using Lego to create impactful art – far more than the sum of its thousands of parts.
CanGames Ottawa 2018: Show Highlights
The Case for Funding Quality Hobby Content, or: The High Price of Free
Let’s open up William Gibson’s graphic novel “Archangel” and see if it’s worth a look.
A year ago I set out to write one post per week about gaming. Mission accomplished! Here’s what I learned from a year of blogging.
From everyone who gathers around my gaming table to all the other gamers and bloggers out there: Merry Christmas! See you again early next year. Stay well!
On Remembrance Day I will remember my father Wilfred Patrick Souter who survived WWII, and parenthood, to become someone I continue to look up to and admire.
Bring on Tangents, a new place on this blog for the eclectic to get some very occasional airtime.
Today, we’re looking at imagination in action. I’m sure the same creative instinct that drives people to re-create history with miniatures on a tabletop also spurred the MosaiCanada Topiary Garden, an art installation that’s part of Canada’s 150 birthday celebration. It literally brings Canada’s history to life through flights of fancy.
Come tour the National Air & Space Museum, Washington, D.C.