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Articles Written By: Joanna Hauser

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LEGO Art The Rolling Stones

LEGO Group’s LEGO Art series commemorates the 60th anniversary of The Rolling Stones with a new set featuring the iconic red lips and tongue logo of the British rock band.

Twilight Zone Board Game

Ideal Toy Company released The Twilight Zone Game in 1964, a board game based on the classic Rod Serling television series.

The Friday Five: Jennifer Kretchmar

Jennifer Kretchmar is chief digital and merchandising officer at Build-A-Bear Workshop. In this edition of The Friday Five, Jennifer reveals what consumers can look forward to seeing as the company celebrates its 25th anniversary, and describes how the company has evolved over the years.

Kermit’s Coat

Jim Henson’s original incarnation of Kermit was created using a coat belonging to his mother.

Turtle Tracks Podcast

The Turtle Tracks Podcast spotlights the people responsible for bringing the many forms of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) content to life.

The Friday Five: Marck Højbjerg Matthiasen

Marck Højbjerg Matthiasen is CEO of Danish toy company, dantoy. In this edition of The Friday Five, Marck shares the company’s recent product and manufacturing innovations and gives insight into the challenges of developing a more sustainable approach to toy manufacturing.

Alfred Mosher Butts Street Sign

In homage to Alfred Mosher Butts, Scrabble inventor, the street sign at 35th Avenue and 81st Street in Jackson Heights, NY is stylized using letters with their Scrabble values in subscript.