8 things we wanted to share this week:
- Here’s the story of how Vince Guaraldi came to compose the music of Charlie Brown.
- A behind-the-scenes look at how Sesame Street puppeteers control their puppets.
- Etsy store Hang Me Official makes the horror-themed piñatas you didn’t know you needed in your life.
- It’s no surprise that they have the process down to a very efficient science: How LEGO bricks are made.
- The IKEA x NASA collaboration has us wondering if the retailer will furnish life on Mars.
- There’s no shortage of anticipation for LEGO’s Voltron set, but fans will have to wait just a bit longer.
- You can now watch the re-mastered 1925 classic ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ on YouTube.
- We’ve lost most classic amusement parks to bankruptcy, decay, or fire but there a few still standing.
Peruse a weekly summary of intriguing articles related to toys, games, and nostalgia that have hit the news this week.