Researchers have found a “30-foot monster” lurking in Loch Ness and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
The popularity of TV series Charlie’s Angels spawned a number of branded toys, including this Charlie’s Angels Hideaway House from Hasbro.
Diamond Select Toys has paid homage to the classic 1966 Batman TV series with the release of a new vinyl Batmobile bank.
Our whole life is solving puzzles.
Reminisce is a nostalgia-themed magazine from Reader’s Digest Association. The magazine features reader-contributed photographs, stories, and memories of the 1900s to the 1980s.
For over 50 years, the friendly-faced Chatter Telephone from Fisher-Price remains a classic pretend play pull toy for generations of young children.
Mean Girls toys are on the way in from Funko and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
A mashup of educational toy, creative design tool, mathematics lesson, arts-and-crafts project, Spirograph was first marketed in the UK and migrated stateside in 1966.
Move over Sea-Monkeys! California-based BioPop has developed a unique spin on a water-based ecosystem, the Dino Sphere.
The brainchild of independent designer, Daniel Siskind, the Brickmania Toys company is focused on creating LEGO kits that fall outside of LEGO’s official product lines.
Long before their 1995 spy mission in Pixar’s animated hit movie Toy Story, little green army men inspired hours of make-believe war-play for children.
Berlin has a hidden David Hasselhoff museum and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
With Level One Game Pub on the scene, Ottawa-area gamers have one more reason to love the city.
The 1970s was a great decade for inventive party games. Great Moves is no exception!
The Lampster is part superhero-themed sculpture and part retro desk lamp.
Well, most grown-ups forget what it was like to be a kid. I vowed that I would never forget.