We take a headline from other local new sources and LEGOize it. Why? We’re not entirely sure.
You may need to buy some more LEGO sets after your visit.
From Star Wars to moonshine to Christmas music, your friends and neighbors have outdone themselves again, bringing great projects into the world out of nothing. All they need now is your modest financial help.
LEGO are a big deal in my house, so the LEGO KidsFest is an even bigger deal. To celebrate: four mostly useless graphs!
Win tickets to Richmond’s only event featuring copious interlocking plastic blocks.
Leave LEGO-loving, YA-reading adults alone!
Eight ideas to keep your kids busy (and you sane) during winter break here in Richmond.
A traveling LEGO® exhibit makes its only Virginia stop (its only Mid-Atlantic stop, really) at CMoR Chesterfield.
Do something inspiring and creative this weekend! Or, be awed by my most impressive endeavor to date: I culled a list of things to do in and around Richmond that doesn’t involve food trucks.
Sam Davies joins us for the first installment of his fortnightly column exploring life as father to two daughters. Today he’s talking about LEGO…girl LEGO.